time - space - identity

02 April 2006

Museum of Applied Art

28th Salon of Architecture

(April 2nd  – 30th 2006)
as the host and organizer of the guest lecture given by the famous Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma

Invites you to attend

the exclusive lecture given by
Kengo Kuma

at the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University
73/II  Kralja Aleksandra str.
Saturday, April 29th at 6PM
(the lecture will be presented in English)
press conference at 5:30PM

“I want to erase architecture”, writes Kengo Kuma,
“that’s what I’ve always wanted to do and it’s unlikely I’ll never change my mind.”

Kengo Kuma
a Japanese architect
born in Kanagava, Japan, in 1954
attends the Faculty of Architecture, Tokyo University up to 1968, after which he moves on to New York’s Columbia University
in 1987 he founds a special design studio
in 1990 he founds “Kengo Kuma & Associates”
up to 1999 he teaches at the Keio University (Faculty of Environmental Information)

Winner of numerous awards and merits, including:

2002 Spirit of Nature Wood Architecture Award, Finland
2001 International Stone Architectural Award 2001 for Stone Museum, Italy
2000 Grand Prize, Prize of AIJ, Tohoku Chapter, for Desig