Architectural Workshop in Hieizan, Japan

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The building workshop is a regional stay workshop for college students majoring in fields such as architecture and environmental design, making works on scales that can not be experienced in usual college life.
Under the guidance of lecturers, mainly from architects who are active in domestic and overseas, while studying the history of the venue and the regional environment, while social interaction with other college students, social real work at the place It is aimed at creating experiences.
In order to connect university students who study architecture nationwide at Hieizan which is the center of Japanese Buddhism and connect the history that has been handed over the past 1200 to the future together with the problems of the present age, Each thing seriously thinks about what to convey, and expresses it as a full-size space.
By exhibiting works in the area centered around the main temple, which is the origin of Enryakuji, creates a small architectural space where visitors can come inside, soothe the soul and pray for them To do.
Students who will lead the future are facing the present era and by doing all we can to do what we can do in this place, we will send messages from the place “from this place” to the world. Students will surely make proposals to make new discoveries with their young sensitivity and to create the future.

SCHEDULE:

Feb.1               :Start register for application to apply.

May.31           : Close for registration

Aug.22-28  :Workshop

FEE                : Approx.35000 Japanese Yan(310USD Approx.)

incl. Accomodation

Excluded foods and transporation to the venue.

NOTE            : Apprication would be treated as first-come-first-serve basis

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