We are very pleased to share that Hiroko Kikuchi of Creative Ecology Partners will be participating in the Environmental Innovators Symposium at Keio University in Japan, organized by TPF2 & Architecture for Humanity Tokyo.
The Panel is titled “Really Resiliency – Reconstruction After Disaster and the Shift From Small Scale Reaction to Large Scale Transformation” and below is the description and a list of an amazing group of speakers! If you are in Tokyo and Yokohama area, please stop by!
Rebuilding communities and nations after disaster is challenging in itself. In such a situation can reconstruction be used as catalyst for rebuilding nations and preparing for a future filled with change? This session explores the possibility of crossing disciplines to find a way to scale solutions in order to have a significant impact at the scale of nations while working at the scale of communities.
- Eric Cesal – Director of Reconstruction and Resiliency studio, Architecture for Humanity
- Thaddeus Pawlowski – Associate Urban Designer, Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations, NYC Department of City Planning
- Chiaki Hayashi – Founder, creative agency Loftwork Inc.; Co-founder ofFabCafe Tokyo; Advisory Board, Creative Commons Japan
- Wilhelm Klauser – Architect, Rural revitalization strategies
- Keiko Iwasaki – PhD researcher, The University of Tokyo – Social Capital and Mental Health in Fukushima
- Misato Uehara – Assistant Professor, Shinshu University – Integrated Landscape Urbanism
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