Join us at our latest building, BMW GROUP Tokyo Bay flagship showroom and brand experience centre, for a guided tour AND a fabulous PechaKucha Night in collaboration with MINI. It should be a night to remember so please SAVE THE DATE - 20TH JULY and and we look forward to seeing you there. Tour the building from 6pm, PechaKucha Night from 7.30pm. The first drink is on us - so best take public transport! Tokyo Teleport Station is only 17 minutes from Shibuya then it's a 7 minute walk. Which makes it quicker to get to than our usual location SuperDeluxe.
See you all there!
KDaの最新プロジェクトBMW GROUP Tokyo Bayの内覧会とPechaKucha Night x MINIのイベントを7月20日に行います。特別な夜になること間違いなしなので、ぜひ遊びにきてください！内覧会は午後6時から、PechaKucha Nightは午後7時30分からです。ファーストドリンクは無料ですので、交通機関を利用して楽しんでください。最寄りの東京テレポート駅は渋谷から約17分、会場は駅から歩いて7分ほどです。
Astrid is travelling to Adelaide to speak at the National Architecture Conference 'How soon is now?' She joins a world class set of speakers for what will be definitely a conference not to be missed. Get your tickets now! More details here - http://wp.architecture.com.au/howsoonisnow/
Join us for our Tokyo's biggest PechaKucha's Night of the year at Tokyo Design Week on Wednesday 28th October. Doors will open at 6.00pm giving you a chance to look around the Tokyo Design Week grounds before the 20x20 presentations start at 7.30pm. We have an amazing line up of presenters to match the occasion. You can find out more details over on the main Pechakucha website here.
See you there!
We will be supporting the Fukushima Fest in Roppongi Hill Arena this weekend. Drop in if you have a moment a make your very own cute Akabekko that we have designed for the event. It's a symbol of good luck an prosperity in the Tohoku region.
Last year we built a full size Akabekko and people decorated it with messages of good luck and love! Over the last 12 months it has been travelling around the region and it will be on display again this weekend. Come and add your message to it too!
昨年は 2.5m x１.５mの大きな赤べこをダンボールで作りみんなにメッセージを書いてもらいました！この１２ヶ月の間、各地方をまわりまわって今週末に六本木ヒルズアリーナに再び現れます。
The festival is always really fun... and for a great cause - helping the region get back on its feet after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear issues. It's a long recovery process and it is great to bring into focus once a year like this.
There are some great food and craft stalls - and some of Japan's top bands, with roots in the Tohoku region, will be playing on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Last year both evenings were insanely good!
Congratulations to Yasuyuki Taminaga from Black Bath who does a brilliant job helping coordinate this festival all year. Keep it up Tame-chan!
Mark will be in London for the Design Festival, catch him here:
Wednesday 23rd September, 3.00pm
100% Design, Earls Court - Main Auditorium
"How does colour make you feel"
Why are we attracted to certain colours? Is it instinctive, or are there deeper psychological reasons? Shouldn't think about how colour makes us feel rather than simply how it looks? Architect Mark Dytham, from Tokyo-based Klein Dytham, known for bold use of colour speaks, alongside colour psychologist Angela Wright, while neuroscientist Gabriele Jordan explains how we all see colours differently. Paul Finch, editorial director of the Architects' Journal, chairs.
Thursday 24th September, 6..00pm
100% Design, Earls Court - Main Auditorium
PechaKucha x 100% Design "Colour"
Hosted by the inimitable Mark Dytham, founder of Pecha Kucha, speakers include, Sebastian Conran, Custhom, Patternity, Sue Kreitzman, Christian Male, Esther Patterson and architects SimpsonHaugh and David Kohn, who will present 20 slides in 20 seconds on the topic of colour. Expect a fast-paced, fun-packed evening.
Friday 25th September, 3.00pm - 4.00pm
New London Architecture x Design Junction
A Powered by PechaKucha Event
Designjunction, The College, 12-42 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4AP
If the stars align Mark will be making a presentation about "Why design" at Powered by PechaKucha event along with
Sally Lewis, Founding Director, Stitch
Andrew Harland, Director, LDA Design
Ben Adams, Founder, Ben Adams Architects
Jane Wernick, Founder, Jane Wernick Associates
Join us at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo for a very special event Powered by PechaKucha to coincide with the beautiful Oscar Neimeyer exhibition. We have an amazing line up of presenters including Pritzker Prize winning architect Ryue Nishizawa from SAANA, André Corrêa do Lago, Brazilian Ambassador to Japan and Etsuko Watari, Director of The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo.
In addition to the brilliant PechaKucha Night you will be able to see the exhibition for free and there will be complementary drinks and Brazilian refreshments. What more could you ask for!
Join us for Tokyo finest presentation event at SuperDeluxe, is our last PechaKucha Night before we break for the summer and we have an amazing line up of speakers already