In less than a month’s time, I will be giving a lecture at the Barbican  on history of Japanese architecture from the perspective of…well, air.  I’m hoping that it would be an entertaining evening, nothing too  academic, as I flip the Japanese architect Junya Ishigami’s idea of  “Architecture as Air,” which is currently on show at the Curve, and explore,  instead, “Air as Architecture.”

In less than a month’s time, I will be giving a lecture at the Barbican on history of Japanese architecture from the perspective of…well, air. I’m hoping that it would be an entertaining evening, nothing too academic, as I flip the Japanese architect Junya Ishigami’s idea of “Architecture as Air,” which is currently on show at the Curve, and explore, instead, “Air as Architecture.”