Japanese Junction is an exhibition that was held in Japan from 2010-2016 that showcased work by Japanese and international students studying architecture around the world to help and promote architectural discourse and exchange in Japan. Project reviews and a symposium are also held during the exhibition. Participants had the opportunity to expose their ideas to an audience and had discussions with prominent invited guest critics.
The Hidden dimension was a project completed at GSAPP, Columbia University with project partner Yuko Sono. The hidden dimension was exhibited at the Japanese Junction Exhibition of 2015-2016 in Tokyo, Japan.
What is it like being one of the oldest ethnic Chinese enclaves outside of Asia, At the same time, as one of the ethnically diversifying neighborhoods in Manhattan. one wonders how an area now associated with concepts of gentrification and difficulties of survival maintain it’s own curtural existence today?
The New fabric and landscape is shifting to house new skyscrapers, and extensive mixed use projects, that have further blurred the boundaries of Chinatown ambigious. What we are proposing is a new home for MOCA the Museum of Chinese in America. As a platform for the co-existence of retail culture and art/institutional culture. read more