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S U G I B E R R Y and Schenk Hattori: towards a Belgian-Japanese architecture

As part of the ‘Back from Japan’ theme the Flanders Architecture Institute will be exhibiting the work of two young architectural firms with offices both in Belgium and Japan. S U G I B E R R Y, founded by Mayu Takasugi and Johannes Berry (2016), is based in both Brussels and Tokyo, Schenk Hattori, founded by Steven Schenk and Daisuke Hattori (2015), in Antwerp and Kyoto.
(29.10.2020 - 10.01.2021 | deSingel, Antwerp)

"If a tree falls and there is no one to hear it, does it then make a sound? S U G I B E R R Y believes that it does not"
‐ Johannes Berry , architect S U G I B E R R Y


production Flanders Architecture Institute en deSingel
curators Steven Schenk, Johannes Berry, Hera Van Sande, Sofie Coose
scenography  S U G I B E R R Y and Schenk Hattori
with the support of the Flemish Government, KU Leuven, Van Den Weghe

Thu 29 October 2020 → Sun 10 January 2021
deSingel, Desguinlei 25, 2018 Antwerp
expo and courtyard
open Wed→ Sun / 14 → 19 h and during evening performances until 22 h
free entrance, visits to the exhibition by registration only

Thu 29 October 2020 – 20 h

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Egon Verleye
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Flanders Architecture Institute
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