Architecture in the Floating World
|Location:||Tokyo and the Tokaido Corridor, Japan|
|Eligible Students:||U of M Students|
|Open to:||Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students|
|Language Prerequisite:||No Language Prerequisite|
|Credit Type:||Resident Credit|
This May 2013 program is a traveling design studio in Japan with a focus on contemporary architecture, urbanism, and materiality within Tokyo and the Tokaido corridor. There will be two weeks in Tokyo with biweekly studio sessions and local tours, and one week of active travel to other sites in Japan. The course is taught by University of Minnesota School of Architecture Assistant Professor Blaine Brownell.
The application deadline for this program is January 30, 2013.
Participants must be graduate students or upper division undergraduates in the College of Design. The program is particularly appropriate as a pre-thesis tour prior to students' final year of studies.
For additional information please visit the School of Architecture or contact Professor Brownell via email at email@example.com or via telephone at 612.626.1040.