May 9, 2018
Ken Oshima (left) with
Arata Isozaki (right)
We discuss the
complexities of practicing architecture and architectural history
across cultures, nationalities, and aesthetic regimes
with Ken T. Oshima, Professor of Architecture at the
University of Washington, Chair of the Japan Studies Program, and
recent President of the Society for Architectural Historians.
Topics include: the Edo period, Antonin Raymond, Frank Lloyd
Wright in Japan, the post-War modernists, Japanese global
architects, as well as Professor Oshima's involvement in museum
curation and architectural history.