MDC - Junya Ishigami: How Small? How Vast?

Presented by: Junya Ishigami

AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.0 Hours

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Course release date: April, 2016.

In this 60-minute course filmed live at the AIA California Council's 2015 Monterey Design Conference, Japanese architect Junya Ishigama introduces us to an entirely different style of architecture. Is it biophilia? Or magical props?

His designs facilitate the movement of nature along with the movement of people, inviting trees and clouds and rain inside. In varied projects, from house to university hall to port buildings, an unlikely collaboration can be seen -- habitats for the elements as well as for people. Here are materials that fool the eye, and structures so light and airy that they disappear before your eyes

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Course Prices: $30 AIA members, $40 non-members (or purchase the series and save 20%)

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