News

Notice

“Resonance01 The Catalytic Commoning”: A joint event with Leeds Beckett University

We will host an exhibition to introduce the architectural design process using cinematic techniques, which is a concept being theorized and put into practice by Sarah Mills of the Leeds School of Architecture at Leeds Beckett University in the UK.

[Program]
November 26 (Sat)13:00 – 14:30
Talk Session: The Potential of the Filmic Approach
Sarah Mills (Leeds Beckett University, School of Architecture)
Keiichi Ogata (Cinematic Architecture Tokyo [CAT], Architecture and Film)
Kenichi Tagami (Kyushu University Faculty of Design, Architecture)
Tetsu Anzai (Kyushu Sangyo University, Spatial Design)
Minako Ikeda (Kyushu University Faculty of Design, Information Editing)

November 26 (Sat)15:00 – 16:00
Workshop: Experiencing Techniques for Filmic Approach
Demonstration of the filmic approach by Prof. Sarah Mills

[Hosting Organization]
Kyushu University Faculty of Design

[In Partnership with]
Japan Design Promotion Organization (planned)
Cinematic Architecture Tokyo (CAT)

[Planning]
Sarah Mills (Leeds Beckett University, School of Architecture)
Keiichi Ogata (Cinematic Architecture Tokyo)
Minako Ikeda, Tokushu Inamura, Moe Shimomura (Kyushu University Faculty of Design)

Date

November 24 (Thurs) - November 26 (Sat), 12:00 - 20:00. * From 13:00 on November 24 only

Venue

International Design Liaison Center (within Tokyo Midtown Design Hub)

Contact

Minako Ikeda, Kyushu University Faculty of Design

ikeda@design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Recent news

Scrapbook

This is an archive of images, videos and documents recording our activities up until now.
You can download a file by selecting the thumbnail.

View all

Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Design for LGBTs and an Inclusive Society
ハサミムシとプロトエリトロプテランのペーパークラフト
ハサミムシ扇子の作り方
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus
Ohashi campus

Actual results

1

QS Ranking 2017-2020 (Art & Design field), Asia region-Japan: Ranked #1

44

Number of collaborative research results:44

20

Percentage of international students: 20%