STUDENT LECTURE SERIES: Masahiko Yendo

Thursday, March 06, 2014, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

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SPRING 2014 STUDENT LECTURES SERIES

Masahiko Yendo: "Fictitious"

Introducation by Michael Webb
 

Masahiko Yendo 1957, Tokyo. Yendo has his Bachelors degree from Rhode Island School of Design and Masters in Architecture from Pratt Institute. He has been affiliated with Research Institute of Experimental Architecture since its inception in Onionta New York in 1987 and his monogram 'Ironic Diversion" was published by Institute in 2001. His experimental projects continue to unearth the boundary of how we interface with architecture beyond what science or empiricism can offer. His research projects have generated international interest over the past decade, and published and exhibited in countries including France, Germany, Thailand, Austria, Czech Republic Croatia, England, India And Uruguay.

RM 315F at 6:30PM

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