Public lecture

December 13th: Open Lecture “Posthuman Architecture – Exploration of TS Studio”

A recent development of information technology and rise of environmental concerns demand us to re-examine our human-centric ideas and to embrace and establish alternative relationship with others that surround us. Architecture that supposed to be catered for people should also engage with animals, plants, air, water, information, things and other beings so that they express their own natures.

The lecture introduces Architectural Design Thesis produced in TS studio from National University of Singapore based on the theme mentioned above. Taking architecture as an assembling discipline par excellence, the thesis explores potential assemblages – political, economic and physical relationship of a variety of things and how people engage with such an assemblage.

Tsuto Sakamoto (National University of Singapore)


[Language used]
Lecture will be in done Japanese.
English notes and information will be provided by speaker.
Speaker is fluent in English and can also take questions in English.


December 13th (Thursday), 2018, 10:30-12:00


1F Room 512, Building 5, Kyushu University Ohashi Campus

4-9-1 Shiobaru, Minami Ward, Fukuoka


Anyone who is interested, including outsiders, can join freely. Please contact us at the following contact address to let us know you are coming, for venue preparation purpose.


Kyushu University, Environmental Design Global Hub

Mail: eghub(a)

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