Lecture and exhibition opening: Moving Materials - Hiroshi Sambuichi
Join the lecture and opening ceremony, when we open the exhibition ‘Moving Materials – Hiroshi Sambuichi’ by the world known Japanese architect, Hiroshi Sambuichi.
Photo: Hiroshi Sambuichi, Rokko Shidare Observatory, Japan
On April 28th 2017 we have the honor of opening the exhibition 'Moving Materials - Hiroshi Sambuichi' at the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC). Before the opening, The Royal Danish School of Architecture in close collaboration with DAC and the Embassy of Japan host a lecture with Mr. Hiroshi Sambuichi.
Hiroshi Sambuichi is one of the primary architects when it comes to sustainable architectural experimentalists. Sambuichi's architecture is inspired by the forces of nature - by the movements in water, light and air. His approach illustrates how sustainable and poetic life in interaction with nature meets the challenges we are facing in the 21st century.
The exhibition and opening programme is a part of the official celebration of 2017 being the 150 year of diplomatic collaborations between Denmark and Japan.
2 pm - 4 pm: Lecture by Mr. Hiroshi Sambuichi at the Royal Danish School of Architecture
5 pm - 6 pm: Exhibition opening at the Danish Architecture Centre, speakers:
- Kent Martinussen, CEO, Danish Architecture Centre
- Anne Skovbro, CPO, Realdania
- Mr. Hiroshi Sambuichi
6 pm - 7 pm: Opening reception and refreshments
The event and registration consist of two different parts:
- Lecture at KADK 2 - 4 pm
- Opening at DAC 5 - 6 pm
This event will be conducted in English.
About the exhibition
Hiroshi Sambuichi - Moving Materials is curated by Hiroshi Sambuichi in collaboration with the Danish Architecture Centre. The exhibition is supported by Realdania.
The lecture by Mr. Hiroshi Sambuichi has been made possible in corporation with the Japanese Embassy and the Royal Danish School of Architecture.
From March 21st 2017 - Febuary 2nd 2018, you can experience Hiroshi Sambuichi's total installation 'The Water' in The Cisterns in Copenhagen.
NB: The entry ticket to the Danish Architecture Centre exhibition includes 20 % discount on the entry ticket at The Cisterns
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Last updated Tuesday, April 18, 2017