Intercommunion: With the Oslo School of Architecture and Design

An intercommunion with Studio B3 in the Oslo School of Architecture and Design Professor Rolf Gerstlauer with his students and Cinématic Architecture Tokyo begun with the contact by the assistant Mr. Chungkun Ma originally from Shanghai. They also studies the theories of something between film and architecture. We get acquainted through exchanging things in common. The impressive words by Mr. Gerstlauer who is used to work for Peter Zumthor was ‘outcome nowadays as architectural consequence should be re-generated taking outside contents and it’s important to be careful to the inconspicuous things*. Taking those discovered things, we should create as an intellectual challenge’. He also uses film theories with the idea. We felt we have very similar vision as we have like without consumptions and preoccupation it’s important to intuitively discover something in each part of the process using the pieces of expressions we’ve been generating. We felt we have the connection even we study unique subject. They kept on moving to Kyoto then Chugoku area of Japan to research relationship between Japanese traditional architecture and people’s behavior after the meeting.

* Inconspicuous: It is similar idea to Internationale Situationniste’s methodology ‘dérive’ in which Mr. Masaru Senda mentioned several times in Café Cinématique presented by Cinématic Architecture Tokyo.