Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Preparative works - on the theme "imagining the core of Split/Diocletian's Palace"

Here come the "imagining Split A3" individual works, from the Japanese students and their gaijin peers. First concrete steps of our coming work in the palace...

Feel free to download the files from the links below! - online storage by Dropbox.

To have your own work published on the blog, send your pdf file to lemonnier.charles@gmail.com and I will upload them on the storage space.

By Wataru Hashida
By Katsu Komatsu
By Wataru Minegishi
By Shigeru Rakuman
By Masato Shinohara
By Pega Sanoamuang
By Milica Muminovic
By Yoshiaki Kato
By Ken Akatsuka
By Bojan Koncarevic
By Rafael A Balboa
By Haruka Tomoeda
By Yuta Naito
By Ling Zhang
By Yao Chen
By Charles Lemonnier
By Mitsuharu Yoshisato

I think we're done! Thank you everyone and we'll discuss on the works at the exhibition.

See you tomorrow.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Who's who ?

Hello everybody !
Pozdrav svima ! (is it correct?)
Salut tout le monde !

This is a free space for everyone to introduce oneself, or sharing whatever one may find interesting for the WS, so we can get to know each other a bit before all meeting in Split!

My name is Charles, or Charuru as my japanese fellows would call me. I'm about to start my M2 at Darko Radovic's laboratory, Keio.
Obviously I'm French. Living in Yokohama for two years.
Before I began my urban studies in Keio last year, I've studied mathematics, physics and engineering for four years in France (Rouen and then Nantes for those who might know).

I'm really happy to come and spend one week in Split. I hope we will have good time working and drifting in the city together!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011



Dear all,

In the name of the organisers of the Split2O11 urban and architectural design workshop  - Laboratory Radović (Keio University), Kuma Laboratory (University of Tokyo) and of the host, FGAG Split, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to our official blog. 

This is an inaugural message, addressed to the participants of the Split2O11workshop. 

As the countdown to 12 September begins, I want to encourage you all to start using this page, at this stage primarily to get to know each other informally. Use it to share your ideas, material, plans, photos, start thinking together.

Approximately one week before the workshop starts, we will post detailed workshop programme. In the meantime, enjoy the summer and - get ready for Split2O11.

With regards, 

Darko Radović

Professor of Architecture and Urban Design
Keio University, Department of Systems Design Engineering, 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, 223-8522, Japan
Visiting Professor at United Nations University, Institute for Advanced Studies, Tokyo/Yokohama