What is the future of the built environment if we are cannibalizing each other? If we don’t know what the future society looks like with or without landscape architects? What the philosophy is that we are building for the future? How we can communicate globally to act for one aim: securing the future?
The 2016 RMIT Upper Pool Design Research Studio Affective Geometries will be working with Keikan Lab to bring a global perspective to these questions.
Persons in the video:
Osamu Shinohara Sensei – Professor Emeritus Tokyo Civic Landscape Lab
Yu Nakai Sensei – Professor Tokyo University Civic Landscape Lab
Yoshiyuki Kawazoe – Associate Professor The University of Tokyo, fellow alumnus Keikan Lab
Hiroshi Naito – Professor Emeritus Tokyo University Civic Landscape Lab, Architect