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Foto: Said Karlsson

On the 25th of April, the grand opening of the exhibition Woodland Sweden in Japan took place at Archi-Depot in Tokyo. And right here on arkitekt.se we have the pleasure of showing you a film (length: about 2 hours) from the event – almost as good as being on site! Sit back and enjoy the inauguration – from the opening by Swedish minister of Housing and Digital development Peter Eriksson to a series of short lectures on the theme of wood-building today. The exhibition at Archi-Depot, was shown until the 7th of May, 2017.


Filmed by: Said Karlsson

Program for the opening at Tuesday 25th of April (also seen in the film):

18:00 Opening and Inauguration of the exhibition by
Peter Eriksson, the Swedish Minister for Housing and Digital Development
and
Tobias Olsson, Director, Architects Sweden
Sumito Takashina, Chairman, JIA International Committee,
Sandra Frank, Marketing Director, Folkhem

19:00–20:30 Opening lectures and talks on the theme of wood as a building material:
Sandra Frank, Folkhem, Stockholm, Sweden
“Why wood?” short presentation on building in wood

Followed by project presentations by the architects:

Gustav Appell, Gustav Appel arkitektkontor, Stockholm, Sweden
Therese Kreisel, Skellefteå Municipality
Anna Graaf, White arkitekter, Gothenburg
Astrid Klein + Mark Dytham, Dytham-Klein Achitects, Tokyo
Manuel Tardits, Mikan architects, Yokohama
Katsuya Fukushima, FT Architects, Tokyo
Aya Utsumi, KUS architects, Tokyo
Toshihiko Suzuki, ATELIER OPA + Takao Nishizawa, buildinglandscape, Tokyo

The event Woodland Sweden in Tokyo is hosted by Architects Sweden, with support from the Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo and the Japan Institute of Architects (JIA). The exhibition Woodland Sweden has been produced by Architects Sweden for the Swedish Institute. The event will take place at Archi-Depot. Address: Warehouse Terrada, Main Storage Center 1F, 2-6-10, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku.