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Wood Program exhibition opened in Tokyo, Japan

The wood program as curriculum of Aalto University is introduced in Gallery A4, Tokyo Japan.

The exhibition is open until 5 August 2015.

 Gallery A4 have introduced architecture schools in the world. The exhibition presents panels, miniatures and films. There was also a panel discussion on possibility of wood program in 8 June. Aalto was represented by Lecturer Philip Tidwell and Professor Pekka Heikkinen. Professor Hiroto Kobayashi represented Keio University SFC.

The exhibition will continue to South Korea where it is a part of the Nordic Spirit exhibition at the Gwangjun Museum of Art. The exhibition is open from 1 September to 23 November 2015.

For more information

Professor Pekka Heikkinen
+358 50 377 3786
[email protected]

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