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NEWS | July 2020

A Passion for Sculpture

Podcast Series by Stuart Lochhead

  We are grateful to have been asked by Stuart Lochhead to participate to his podcast series where I was asked to describe my thoughts on space in relation with art and architecture for the London Art Week Digital.

Yuichi Kodai spoke about his first encounter with Sir John Soane Museum in London immediately after he arrived in London at the age of 18. 

To listen to the podcast please click below or visit

www.stuartlochhead.art/podcasts/

NEWS | May 2020

AIT “Öffentliche Bauten - Public Buildings”

Article on GYRE in Omotesando, Tokyo.

  The works at GYRE GALLERY, by Yuichi Kodai & Thomas Hildebrand | HILDEBRAND have been published on AIT, a well known interior magazine in Germany.  We thank Hildebrand Studios AG for all his efforts in arranging the publication of this article.

NEWS | 7th - 15th March 2020


TEFAF 2020 Maastricht

(The European Fine Art Fair)

  We are proud to announce the opening of London based galleries HAZLITT and STUART LOCHHEAD SCULPTURE's art fair stand at TEFAF Maastricht 2020 fine art fair. We are privileged to develop their joint exhibition space which displays masterpiece artworks from 14th to 19th century sculptures and paintings. 

  The works on display will include a painting by Cavalier d’Arpino previously unseen in public and a rare sculpture by Jean-Joseph Carriè, as well as a sculpture by Auguste Rodin, a 14th-century late-Gothic marble of St. John the Baptist by the Italian artist Nino Pisano.

Hazlitt

www.hazlitt.co.uk

Stuart Lochhead Sculpture

www.stuartlochhead.art

TEFAF 2020

www.tefaf-com

NEWS | 16th December 2019


 «Japan Night» – Pecha Kucha

  Nine Japanese architects were invited to present projects of their choice in Pecha Kucha format on the theme of "Contemporary Japanese Architecture". Thanks to Thomas Hildebrand and Architecture Forum Zurich, the event was held once again in HILDEBRAND STUDIOS, at Wasserwerkstrasse 129 / Tanzhaus, promoting architectural exchange between the two countries. This event is part of a fixed series to be repeated it every year in mid-December.

Architecture Forum Zurich

www.af-z.ch

HILDEBRAND STUDIOS

www.hildebrand.ch

NEWS | 25th July 2019


Japanese Museums, 日本の博物館

Sophie RICHARD in conversation with KODAI Yuichi

 

  In conjunction with the publication of ‘The Art Lover’s Guide to Japanese Museums’ in July 2019, Japan House hosted a talk on Japanese museums by its author, art historian and researcher Sophie RICHARD. While explaining the methodologies and scope of her research, she was joined in conversation by Swiss-based architect KODAI Yuichi to discuss museum design with a focus on one particular building, the art pavilion KOHTEI. Designed by SANDWICH INC (of which Kodai Yuichi is a member) and contemporary artist Kohei Nawa, the award-winning KOHTEI was built in the Shinshoji Zen Museum and Gardens in Fukuyama in 2017. In conversation with Kodai, Sophie discussed why the building was chosen as the cover for her new book, providing a catalyst to explore why museums should be telling stories and how it is possible to unravel them.

Japan House London

www.japanhouselondon

NEWS | 19th April 2019

 

“Crafting Architecture”

GYRE in Omotesando, Tokyo.

 

  Japan Swiss Architectural Association (JSAA) promoted a talk event “Crafting Architecture” by Thomas Hildebrand and Yuichi Kodai of HILDEBRAND STUDIOS AG. This show happened on the occasion of the new gallery opening in GYRE in Omotesando, Tokyo. This talk was featured in Swiss Architects and Japan Architects.

 

Japan Swiss Architectural Association

www.js-aa.org

EYE OF GYRE は GYRE GALLERY と名前を変えリニューアルオープン。

www.gyre-omotesando.com


“Crafting Architecture”
トーマス ヒルデブラント氏×古代 裕一氏トークイベント開催

www.gyre-omotesando.com

古代裕一+トーマス・ ヒルデブラント/HILDEBRANDによる表参道の GYRE GALLERY

www.japan-architects.com

NEWS | 14th September 2018

'Smart Art \ Smart Cities - Part 1'

New London Architecture

 

  Art plays a role of crucial importance in the creation and delivery of our cities’ places and spaces. What new approaches to art in public realm are being explored and what effect are they having on our
cities? In this special two-part series, in association with FuturePace, NLA explores the opportunities for greater collaboration between the arts and the built environment sector, to create, regenerate and maintain successful, thriving and inspiring places for all Londoners. A debate from a series of world-renowned artists on some of the most successful collaboration projects in London and abroad and lessons learnt for future areas of change.

'Smart Art \ Smart Cities - Part 1'

New London Architecture

www.newlondonarchitecture.org

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Kyoto | Zürich

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