In Japan, which is facing all the problems of a shrinking society ahead of the rest of the world, our laboratory explores new possibilities through multifaceted research, investigation, analysis, and visualization of how architecture in its broadest sense and the architectural thinking that supports it should play a role in future society, cities, and living spaces. In particular, he sees local and global issues in parallel, and through overseas research, international workshops, and practical design, he tries to cultivate an international perspective and knowledge, which he reflects in his research on information and spatial design.

小林恵吾 KOBAYASHI Keigo


Architect. Associate professor at Waseda University. After graduating from Waseda University and Harvard University Graduate School, he worked at the Rotterdam office of OMA/AMO led by Rem Koolhaas from 2005 to 2012, where he participated in major projects. He has worked on large-scale architecture and urban planning projects in the Middle East and North Africa, and in 2014 he designed the exhibition for the Japanese Pavilion at the 14th Venice Biennale.