Held for the first time in Japan for about two months at TOTO Gallery・Ma beginning on October 25, 2013, this time the event included D-TUNNEL’s Bolero-like Development: multiple variations of KENYA HARA’s D-TUNNEL, based on his initial idea of changing dogs’ heights so they can be face-to-face with a person, in addition to 13 existing pieces. On the first day of the exhibition, the book ARCHITECTURE FOR DOGS was published by TOTO Shuppan. On November 2nd, a symposium featuring architect Kengo Kuma, Julia Huang, co-planner and representative of Imprint Venture Lab, and Kenya Hara was held and well attended.