Lecturer in Architecture
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design

Seng Kuan teaches at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the University of Tokyo. He has written extensively on modern architectural culture in East Asia, most notably on Tange Kenzō, the Metabolists, Shinohara Kazuo as well as on the relationship between architectural design and structural engineering. Seng’s research projects have been recognized with grants from the Graham Foundation, the Japan Foundation, and the Association for Asian Studies. He received a PhD in architecture from Harvard University and holds advisory positions at the journal a+u and at Toto Gallery MA.

Speaking at the Following:

May 26

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Young Japanese Designers/Architects – Community x Creativity x Artistry

1:30pm – 2:15pm
Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Grand Ballroom

We highlight three emerging Japanese architects to watch for and look at the next generation of promising practices.