in search of urban intensities

Tokyo Dérive: In Search of Urban Intensities 「東京漂流ー都市の強度を探して」

My research on Yanagihara published in the Mn’M Workbook 2, following the Situationist-style dérive fieldwork at the ‘Measuring the Non-Measurable’ Symposium, held in November 2012 at the International Keio Institute for Architecture and Urbanism (IKI). This was the second in a series of workbooks organized by Prof. Darko Radovic and Prof. Heide Imai at Keio University.

Participants in the symposium and contributors to the publication included, Jorge Almazán, Rafael A. Balboa, Davisi Boontharm, Oriol Clos, Zoran Djukanović, Kim Dovey, Tamaho Hashimoto, Heng Chye Kiang, Yasushi Ikeda, Heide Imai, Akiyoshi Inasaka, Ayako Ishikawa, Hajime Ishikawa, Aleksandar Ivančić, Silvestre Joaquim, Nuttinee Karnchanaporn, Apiradee Kasemsook, Masami Kobayashi, Charles Lemonnier, Milicia Muminović, Darko Radović, David Sim, Sidh Sintusingha, Takumi Saikawa, Satoshi Sano, Pega Sanoamuang, Wataru Minegishi, Raffaele Paloscia, Julian Worrall and myself.

You can read more about the publication series on the co+labo blog: http://colaboradovic.blogspot.jp

The Workbook should be available on Amazon Japan shortly: (http://www.amazon.co.jp/MnM-Workbook1-Intensities-10の都市における都市の強度-Non-Measurable/dp/4904894065/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371608709&sr=8-1&keywords=Mn%27M)

Mn'M Workbook 2 cover showing the tangent of investigation from Yokohama to Kita-Senju.

Mn’M Workbook 2 cover showing the tangent of investigation from Yokohama to Kita-Senju.

Introduction to Yanagihara and its post-disaster urbanization.

Introduction to Yanagihara and its post-disaster urbanization.

A study of architectural and urban space typologies in Yanagihara.

A study of architectural and urban space typologies in Yanagihara.

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