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Architectural Ethnography: Atelier Bow-Wow

  • 17 Jan 2017
  • 05 Mar 2017
  • Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall Gallery, 42-48 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA

Architectural Ethnography: Atelier Bow-Wow

January 17, 2016–March 5, 2017

Gund Hall Gallery

Atelier Bow-Wow investigates the living condition of people through various fieldwork and design practices. They observe architecture and its environments from a behaviorological point of view and always invent unique visual representations specific to the subject and scope at hand, like the book Graphic Anatomy (Toto, 2007). Their interests range broadly from the relationship between house typologies and urban fabric to the relationship between public space and unlocked common resources. This approach has enabled Atelier Bow-Wow to rediscover architecture as a central means of practicing livelihood and to develop the concept of “architectural ethnography.” The show will guide you to experience their ecological thought on life and architecture.

Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima
2016 Dunlop Visiting Professors, and Yoichi Tamai

Sponsored by the John T. Dunlop Professorship for Housing and Urbanization


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