An expert in shell structures and a pioneer of the morphogenesis in the field of architecture and civil engineering, Mutsuro Sasaki is a professor at Tokyo's Hosei University. He is also one of the founders of Sasaki Structural Consultants since 1980 and of SAPS / Sasaki and Partners since 2002. In extending the research work of Antoni Gaudi, Heinz Isler and Frei Otto, Sasaki's work has helped shape contemporary architecture in Japan and other countries. Mutsuro Sasaki is a long-standing structural engineers of Toyo Ito, Sejima and Nishizawa of SANAA, and of Arata Isozaki.
Prof. Sasaki will be putting an end to his professorship at the end of this academic year 2015. In honor of his achievement and contribution to the world of structural design and engineering, Hosei University will be hosting a series of final lectures this fall.
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TitleProf. Mutsuro Sasaki Final Lecture Series
FromOctober 06, 2015 06:30 PM
UntilFebruary 27, 2016 02:00 PM
VenueHosei University, Tokyo, Japan