Leave Your Mark at Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong

Leave Your Mark | Intangible Landscape is the latest edition of participatory kinetic works which are both physical and digital exploration of spatial design. This conceptual interactive installation is activated by the mobile device and invites people to connect through the shared experience of exploring our perception of landscape in the digital era. The project…… Continue reading Leave Your Mark at Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong

Culture Masseur Talking Heads Series “Art X Climate Change”

Yutaka and SKY, together with Cesar Harada, will be joining Chill-chat Salon with concept artist Yuki Tazaki following Online Hackathon co-led by Joel Kwong, Programme Director of Microwave International New Media Arts Festival. The event is organised by Hong Kong Art Centre. More information on website below:http://www.culturalmasseur.hk/en/content/art-x-climate-changeDATE AND TIME27 Feb 2021 (Sat) 10:00-13:00 Online Hackathon27…… Continue reading Culture Masseur Talking Heads Series “Art X Climate Change”

CUHK Lecture Series

As part of design studio for undergraduate programme at The School of Architecture The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Yutaka gave online talk entitled “Transportation Transformation” reflecting on his preoccupation about history of architecture and landscape design and some of selected SKY YUTAKA’s recent project. Date: 4th February 2021

Garden Museum

Garden Museum (Stage One entry), Founders Memorial Design Competition, Singapore On 10 Jan 2019, Singapore launches International Architectural Design Competition for Founders Memorial. The competition invites interested architects to submit design proposals for the Founders Memorial which honour Singapore’s pioneer leaders. Website: https://www.foundersmemorial.gov.sg/design-competition/sky-yutaka Status: International competitionGFA: 13,500sqmLocation: SingaporeProgramme: National Memorial, Exhibition space, visitor centreScope: Masterplan,…… Continue reading Garden Museum

The 16th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Hong Kong Response Exhibition

SKY YUTAKA’s Living Tower is now exhibiting as part of ‘Vertical Fabric: Density in Landscape 100 towers 100 architects’ (垂直肌理:密度的地景100個建築師 100個塔樓).Responding to the Hong Kong Pavilion curatorial theme, SKY YUTAKA took the opportunity to re-think the design of the tower typology and today’s global challenges in technology, environment and society. In exploring the urban conditions…… Continue reading The 16th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Hong Kong Response Exhibition

Construction Plus Asia

SKY YUTAKA together with Tsoi Wai Kuen (Atelier J-AR), Rick Lam (Architecture Commons), Sarah Mui (One Bite Design), Howard Chung & Irene Cheng (HIR Studio) and Manfred Yuen (Groundwork Architects) are featured in the current edition of Construction Plus Asia: The bi-monthly publication focusing on Hong Kong’s construction industry for the local professionals.

SKY YUTAKA exhibits as part of the Hong Kong Pavilion at 16th Venice International Architecture Biennale

Responding to the theme of freespace, the Hong Kong pavilion exhibition curated by Weijen Wang with Thomas Chung and Thomas Tsang celebrates the unique building typology and urban conditions of Hong Kong’s urban form with Vertical Fabric: Density in Landscape.The exhibition provides Hong Kong’s slender towers with a platform of dialogue with the world, framing…… Continue reading SKY YUTAKA exhibits as part of the Hong Kong Pavilion at 16th Venice International Architecture Biennale

Exploring Boundaries

SKY YUTAKA would like to congratulate WilkinsonEyre on the ‘Exploring Boundaries’ exhibition. 11 projects are encapsulated in laser engraved glass blocks which explores design process, craftmanship and architectural representation. In a partnership between UK and HK offices, SKY YUTAKA assisted with local coordination for the preparation and implementation of the exhibition. Venue: Anita Chan lai-ling…… Continue reading Exploring Boundaries

Learning from Japanese Architecture

Yutaka has been invited to deliver the monthly seminar in the Comparative Asia Research Network on issues and research in the Asian Region at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Under the title ‘Learning from Japanese Architecture’ the lecture will provide personal insights and research in follow up to earlier teaching seminar series in the…… Continue reading Learning from Japanese Architecture