Architectural Regenaration Design Conference
Architectural Regeneration Design Conference
〜First Meeting in Nagasaki〜
"Death Bed and Rebirth of Architecture Considered"
■ Conference Objective:
First meeting of ARDC will focus on Nagasaki Aquarium (circa 1959) which was built with the atomic bombing rehabilitation funds from the Nagasaki Urban Cultural Construction Act. One of the important buildings in the history of Modern Japanese Architecture, the aquarium has been closed, since 1998, waiting for a verdict as to its future. ARDC will look back at the 40-year life of this building and discuss the meaning of the architecture and its existence.
(Note) Nagasaki Aquarium: Designed by Professor Motoo Take who is a native of Nagasaki, and was operated by the semi-public management company. The aquarium was loved by the people of Nagasaki for many years, but was closed in the spring of 1998,due to long-term financial problems. Presently owned by Nagasaki Institute of Applied.
■ Time and Date:
Wednesday, May 3, 2000 (National Holiday)
10:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Intermission : 12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM)
NIB Nagasaki Kokusai Television Dejima Hall
(11-12 Dejima, Nagasaki City)
[Part I] 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon 〈Keynote Report〉
Title: "Architecture of 21st Century
(From Technological Civilization towards the Architecture of Culture)
・--Slide presentation of the Nagasaki Aquarium--
Photography by Satoshi Asakawa
・ Shigeru Aoki
Title: "Methodology of Refined Architecture"
・ Nobuaki Furuya
Title: "How is architecture born and how does it complete its mission?"
・ George Kunihiro
Title: "Ocean, Dream, Strength, Japan
( Nagasaki Aquarium as an Architectural Form)
[Part II] 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM (Public Session)
Theme: "Life and Life Span of a Building"
Guest: Noriuki Ueda (Cultural Anthropologist),
Horyu Koyama (Buddhist monk), Mari Kawara (Editor),
Takashi Takeda (3-D Vision Researcher)
▲Participants: ARDC members
▲Coordinator: Nobuaki Furuya, Kazuma Hayashi
* Seating Capacity: 200 persons, Admission: Free
* General Admission:
For ticket and information. contact ARDC Management Office
by Fax (092) 726-2117 or E-mail: email@example.com
Admission tickets are limited to 200 tickets.
* A reception is planned after the session at separate location
(5:30 PM - 8:00 PM) Admission to the reception is open to
public and with a cover charge.
-Sponsor: Architectural Regeneration Design Conference
-Joint Sponsors: Advanced Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University
/The Institute Regional Science, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science
-Supporters: Nagasaki Prefecture, Nagasaki City, Architectural Institute of Japan,
Japan Institute of Architects, Japan Structural Consultants Association
-Cooperation: Fukusaya Co. Ltd., YKK AP, Nomoto Co. Ltd., ,Alam,
-Consultant: Delphi Research Laboratory
■ Architectural Regeneration Design Conference
Chairperson: Takekuni Ikeda
Vice Chairpersons: Nobuaki Furuya, Kyoichi Nakamura
Nagasaki Conference Organizing Committee Chairperson: Kazuma Hayashi
Shigeru Aoki, Michiko Akiba, Satoshi Asakawa, Toshio Aramaki, Masaharu Okada, Chika Kijima, Kazumi Kudo, Osamu Goto, George Kunihiro, Kazuko Fujie, Kyoko Matsuoka, Kiyoshi Miisho, Yoshihisa Motomura, Teruo Moriyama, Ken Yokogawa, Hiroyuki Wakabayashi
■ ARDC TOP