Universal Principles / Unique Projects: Architecture Re-Setting the Agenda, Sky Gallery 3, Tokyo, 2018
July 7 to August 26, 2018
UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES / UNIQUE PROJECTS: Architecture Re-Setting the Agenda, Sky Gallery 3, Tokyo
The design of the Bligh 1 high-rise in Sydney, completed by ingenhoven architects and architectus in 2011, was part of a group exhibition held from July to August 2018 in Tokyo.
Under the title "UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES / UNIQUE PROJECTS: Architecture Re-Setting the Agenda", visitors to the exhibition experienced the range of contemporary Australian architecture.
The show was part of Australia's Australia Now Program, which highlighted the continent's "breakthrough innovation, eco-friendly lifestyle and thriving creativity". Architect Wendy Lewin curated the exhibition, which examines how architecture can be environmentally friendly, resource saving and context-aware.
A total of 12 Australian architectural projects were presented in the gallery through drawings, miniature models and videos. The exhibition was specially organized for Australia with the support of Mori Building Co. Ltd, the Chiba Institute of Technology, the Tokyo University of the Arts and NHK Enterprises Inc.