Yuriage Renaissance Project

Rehabilitation Concept of Yuriage District of Natori City after the Earthquake Disaster 311 Natori / Japan / 2011

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We would like to invite you, for the first time in Europe, to the symposium "Towards a new re-construction after 311 tsunami in North-East Japan", hosted by RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) at 66 Portland Place, London, on 8th May at 18:30PM. We present to you a culmination of over a year’s work by dedicated Japanese architects working closely with local communities in areas worst affected by the disaster. This is our opportunity to share with you our ideas and proposals for building a safe and sustainable future for those whose lives and communities were devastated on 11th March 2011. Schedule: 6th May: Bozar (Brussels) Public Lecture : 14:30 – 15:30: Symposium : 15:30-18:30 8th May: RIBA (London) Workshop : 15:00 – 18:00: Public Lecture : 18:30-20:00 Panelists and participants JIA (The Japan Institute of Architects) Key lecture: Shoichi Haryu (the head of reconstruction team in Miyagi area) Junichiro Matsumoto (the head of reconstruction team in North-East) Yoko Yanagisawa (member of JIA and Yuriage Renaissance Project) Hiroyuki Sakurai (the director of Yruiage Market, representing local victims) British Architects and specialists: RIBA Florian Beigel (Architect ) Baca Architects (Architects Prof:London Metropolitan University) Matthew Barac (Architecture Sans Frontière, Lecturer South Bank University) Noel Witts (Prof. Performing Arts) Moderator: William Mann Europe BOZAR Architecture (BRUSSELS) Paul Robbrecht (Architect) Kelly Shannon (Urbanist) Laurent Ney (Engineer) Nicolas Prignot (Philosopher) Modetator: Shin Hagiwara Curation: SHSH / Shin Bogdan Hagiwara & Shizuka Hariu Architecture + Scenography in collaboration with RIBA and BOZAR Architecture Produced: RIBA, BOZAR ARCHITECTURE A+ revue belge d’architecture and JIA Supported: Japan Foundation, Embassy of Japan in Belgium, Vlaamse Overheid, Fédération, Wallonie-Bruxelles and Act for Japan Belgium Sponsors: YKK AP, KONICA MINOLTA, VINOWA, SHSH Contact Shizuka Hariu [email protected] http://www.shsh.be
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    We would like to invite you, for the first time in Europe, to the symposium "Towards a new re-construction after 311 tsunami in North-East Japan", hosted by RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) at 66 Portland Place, London, on 8th May at 18:30PM. We present to you a culmination of over a year’s work by dedicated Japanese architects working closely with local communities in areas worst affected by the disaster. This is our opportunity to share with you our ideas and proposals for...

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    • Year 2011
    • Main structure Mixed structure
    • Status Unrealised proposals
    • Type Waterfront / Port Areas / Marinas / Bridges and Walkways
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