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.
At the exhibition venue, visitors were asked to draw rough sketches of their own ideas for Architecture for Dogs.
OCTOBER 25─DECEMBER 21
(Closed on Sundays, Mondays,
and National Holidays except
Oct 27, 28, Nov 3 and 4)
TOTO Nogizaka Bldg., 3F, 1-24-3
Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
DATE: Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 12:00／SPEAKERS: Kengo Kuma × Julia Huang (Imprint Venture Lab) × Kenya Hara VENUE: Tokyo Midtown Hall B／Registration: 140 applicants selected through a lottery will be invited to attend the symposium for free.／Please register online from the TOTO GALLERY·MA