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NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: ATELIER BOW-WOW : ARCHITECTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY (THE INCIDENTS SERIES) (2017)

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of the Tokyo-based firm Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as guest professors, in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to deeply consider their surroundings and record their reactions as a large pencil drawing. In this “public drawing” time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement.

Tsukamoto and Kaijima later spoke about the project with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and reflected on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood,” wherein shadowless figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacities” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.

The Incidents is a series of publications based on events that occurred at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design between 1936 and tomorrow.
Book series designed by Åbäke

Available via our website and in the bookshop tomorrow.
#worldfoodbooks #atelierbowwow #theincidents #sternbergpress

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When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to look deeply at their surroundings, and to record their reactions as a “public drawing.” In it, time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement. Returning a few weeks later, Tsukamoto and Kaijima spoke with K. Michael Hays, reflecting on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood” wherein shadow-less figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacity” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.
Architectural Ethnography is the fourth title in the book series The Incidents, based on uncommon events at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Co-published by the GSD and Sternberg Press (@sternbergpress).
#harvardgsd #gsdpublications #theincidents #atelierbowwow #architecturalethnography #YoshiTsukamoto #MomoyoKaijima

NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: ATELIER BOW-WOW : ARCHITECTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY (THE INCIDENTS SERIES) (2017)

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of the Tokyo-based firm Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as guest professors, in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to deeply consider their surroundings and record their reactions as a large pencil drawing. In this “public drawing” time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement.

Tsukamoto and Kaijima later spoke about the project with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and reflected on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood,” wherein shadowless figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacities” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.

The Incidents is a series of publications based on events that occurred at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design between 1936 and tomorrow.
Book series designed by Åbäke

Available via our website and in the bookshop tomorrow.
#worldfoodbooks #atelierbowwow #theincidents #sternbergpress

The Incidents en la mítica Mardi Gras. Noche súper especial para nosotros. Gracias por acompañarnos. Nos vemos en la carretera !!!!
#theincidents #salamardigras #coruñasemueve #coruñarocks #livemusic #coruñamola #coruñeando

Exhausted, bank account in junk status and blisters on every single toe... but thanks to these troopers it is all 100% worth it!! What an amazing trip to Rome 😁 #takemeback #travellers #weekendlife #theincidents #fromLangebaantoRome #newfriends #oldfriends @raheel54 @akshar_s @tarinmudaly

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NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: ATELIER BOW-WOW : ARCHITECTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY (THE INCIDENTS SERIES) (2017)

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of the Tokyo-based firm Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as guest professors, in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to deeply consider their surroundings and record their reactions as a large pencil drawing. In this “public drawing” time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement.

Tsukamoto and Kaijima later spoke about the project with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and reflected on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood,” wherein shadowless figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacities” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.

The Incidents is a series of publications based on events that occurred at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design between 1936 and tomorrow.
Book series designed by Åbäke

Available via our website and in the bookshop tomorrow.
#worldfoodbooks #atelierbowwow #theincidents #sternbergpress

NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: ATELIER BOW-WOW : ARCHITECTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY (THE INCIDENTS SERIES) (2017)

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of the Tokyo-based firm Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as guest professors, in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to deeply consider their surroundings and record their reactions as a large pencil drawing. In this “public drawing” time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement.

Tsukamoto and Kaijima later spoke about the project with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and reflected on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood,” wherein shadowless figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacities” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.

The Incidents is a series of publications based on events that occurred at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design between 1936 and tomorrow.
Book series designed by Åbäke

Available via our website and in the bookshop tomorrow.
#worldfoodbooks #atelierbowwow #theincidents #sternbergpress

NEW IN THE BOOKSHOP: ATELIER BOW-WOW : ARCHITECTURAL ETHNOGRAPHY (THE INCIDENTS SERIES) (2017)

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of the Tokyo-based firm Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as guest professors, in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to deeply consider their surroundings and record their reactions as a large pencil drawing. In this “public drawing” time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement.

Tsukamoto and Kaijima later spoke about the project with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and reflected on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood,” wherein shadowless figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacities” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.

The Incidents is a series of publications based on events that occurred at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design between 1936 and tomorrow.
Book series designed by Åbäke

Available via our website and in the bookshop tomorrow.
#worldfoodbooks #atelierbowwow #theincidents #sternbergpress

When Yoshi Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow-Wow arrived at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in the winter of 2016, they challenged students to look deeply at their surroundings, and to record their reactions as a “public drawing.” In it, time is suspended and expanded; futures, presents, and pasts converge; and the act of drawing becomes an instrument of dialogue and engagement. Returning a few weeks later, Tsukamoto and Kaijima spoke with K. Michael Hays, reflecting on representation, occupation, and the democracy of architecture. They unfolded their concept of an “ecology of livelihood” wherein shadow-less figures, objects, and spaces coexist with construction details. Explaining their belief in the “behavioral capacity” of humans, architecture, and nature, Tsukamoto and Kaijima revealed the generosity of spirit in their work, and the importance of pushing such capacities to their most yielding limits.
Architectural Ethnography is the fourth title in the book series The Incidents, based on uncommon events at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Co-published by the GSD and Sternberg Press (@sternbergpress).
#harvardgsd #gsdpublications #theincidents #atelierbowwow #architecturalethnography #YoshiTsukamoto #MomoyoKaijima

The Incidents en la mítica Mardi Gras. Noche súper especial para nosotros. Gracias por acompañarnos. Nos vemos en la carretera !!!!
#theincidents #salamardigras #coruñasemueve #coruñarocks #livemusic #coruñamola #coruñeando

Exhausted, bank account in junk status and blisters on every single toe... but thanks to these troopers it is all 100% worth it!! What an amazing trip to Rome 😁 #takemeback #travellers #weekendlife #theincidents #fromLangebaantoRome #newfriends #oldfriends @raheel54 @akshar_s @tarinmudaly

Os contamos cosas para este finde .... el domingo abriremos también por la noche desde las 20 , y el lunes 1 hemos organizado una sesison vermut con The Incidents.
Os recordamos para reservas 981 903 005.
Nos vemos en Troncoso 12
#lateresacoruna #coruñamola #coruñarocks #troncososemueve #sesionvermut #musicaenvivo #theincidents

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