Japan Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition, the Venice Biennale in 2014

The Japan Foundation is proud to organize Japan's national participation at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, held from 7 June through 23 November 2014.

Photo of project membersPress Conference
Photo: Kenichi Aikawa

Outline of the Biennale

Outline of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition
Exhibition Dates June 7 to November 23, 2014
Venues Giardini di Castello, Arsenale, etc.
Director Rem Koolhaas
Theme Fundamentals
Theme for
national pavilions
“Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014”
Web site http://www.labiennale.org
Outline of the Japanese Participation
Theme A Storehouse of Contemporary Architecture
Commissioner Kayoko Ota (Exhibition Organizer / Editor)
Project Member Director: Norihito Nakatani (Professor, Dept. of Architecture, Waseda University)
Executive Adviser: Hiroo Yamagata (Translator/Critic)
Keigo Kobayashi (Architect, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Architecture, Waseda University)
Jin Motohashi (Research Associate, Dept. of Architecture, Waseda University)
Organizer The Japan Foundation
Press Release Japan Pavilion for the 14th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale (2014)
Kayoko Ota appointed Commissioner
The theme: “A Storehouse of Contemporary Architecture”(PDF:218KB)
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