CH-JP: Building in Context - Exhibition
Organised with the support of the Geneva University of Art and Design and in cooperation with the Maison d’Architecture Geneva and the Consulate of Japan in Geneva, the exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Japan. It will depict a series of sketches, models and critical research of projects built in Switzerland and designed by Japanese architects, such as SANAA and Kengo Kuma.
The exhibit showcased part of my research developed at The Bartlett about the special qualities and social patterns analysed at the Rolex Learning Centre in Lausanne, designed by SANAA. This research was awarded with the UCL Turner Prize for best dissertation of the MSc Spatial Design: Architecture & Cities in 2014.