Tomoko Azumi is taking part in a talk in London on 21 June.
Four practices from London and Tokyo are exchanging their ideas, experiences and processes - across borders. Ryo Abe, a leading architect from Tokyo, supported by Will Alsop & All Design, initiated this stimulating talk and discussion. Abe has invited Studio Weave, a multi cultural studio in London, whilst his old friend Tomoko Azumi, interior and furniture designer, has invited Max Lamb, a global product designer, to extend the diversity of debate. Grant Gibson, chief editor of CRAFT magazine, is moderating the session with a view to examining where 'crossing borders' is heading.
venue: Doodle Bar, 33 Parkgate Road, London SW11 4NP
start: 7.30 pm, 21 June 2012
Speaker's detail and map to the venue are attached below.
東京からLondon Festival for Architectureのためにロンドンを訪れる安部良氏と一緒にトークをやります。場所はデザイナーや建築家が集まるところとして知られるDoodle Bar。4組のデザイナーの20分ずつのスライドショーの後、全員でのセッションもあります。
The exhibition of finalisted chairs was held at St. John Hyde Park on 14 June, award was announced to public in the same place.
BBC Radio4 Six O'clock news has broadcasted the announcement - iPlayer is available until 21 June. The related broadcast is 41 mintes from the beginning of the program.
Our submission for the Church Chair Design Competition run by the Church of England and the Church Buildings Council has shortlisted for final 5. All the names of designers and a few images of designs are shown on design week online.
Prototypes will be exhibited at one of their churches in London on 14 June. Press view is available by request - please refer a pdf attached below, for contacting detail.