Lecture: Go Hasegawa, "Revisiting Organic Architecture"
Lecture: Go Hasegawa, “Revisiting Organic Architecture”
Respondent: Jayne Kelley
Friday, October 21, 5:30pm
In the next installment of the fall public lecture series, Tokyo-based architect Go Hasegawa will discuss his practice, followed by a response by Jayne Kelley, Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Events and Publications.
Go Hasegawa is an architect based in Tokyo. He graduated with a Master of Engineering from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2002 and established Go Hasegawa and Associates in 2005 after working at Taira Nishizawa Architects. Hasegawa received a PhD in engineering from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2014. He has been a visiting lecturer at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (2009–11) and visiting professor at the Academy of Architecture of Mendrisio (2012–14), Oslo School of Architecture and Design (2014), University of California, Los Angeles (2016), and Harvard University Graduate School of Design (2017 and 2019). Publications featuring his work include Go Hasegawa Works (TOTO Publishing, 2012), Go Hasegawa Conversations with European Architects (LIXIL Publishing, 2015), A+U 556 (2017), El Croquis 191 (2017) and Besides, History: Go Hasegawa, Kersten Geers, David Van Severen (CCA/Koenig Books, 2018).