Tom Daniell Women in Japanese ArchitectureBack
Tom Daniell gave an excellent lecture at Auckland University on Monday 7 October, and those in Wellington are advised not to miss his presentation while there; Tom Daniell - Women in Japanese Architecture Friday 11 October 2013 5.30pm - Drinks in the Atrium 6.00pm - Public Lecture LT2
A lecture on the work, thought, and influence of prominent women architects in twentieth and twenty-first century Japanese architecture. Based in Japan since 1992, Tom Daniell is currently Head of Architecture at the University of St Joseph in Macau, Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong, Visiting Fellow at the RMIT Spatial Information Architecture Lab, Adjunct Professor at Victoria University of Wellington, and director of his own architectural practice. Widely published, he is a contributing editor for the architecture journals Mark, Volume, and Interstices, and was previously on the editorial board of the Architectural Institute of Japan Journal. His books include FOBA: Buildings (2005), After the Crash: Architecture in Post-Bubble Japan (2008), Houses and Gardens of Kyoto (2010), and Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + Amorphe (2011).