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About Syuko Kato

Architect
Japanese

Syuko Kato

For me architecture is a process of realising a site’s potential, exploring possibilities and instigating actions which come from questioning the assumptions that are made in the traditional disciplines of design. I endeavour to find fresh approaches to design which go beyond these traditional disciplines. From a viewpoint of “interactive design,” which gave birth to my thought processes, these cases of experimental design suggest that the concept of space design could be extended far beyond conventional boundaries. Thus interactive communication may be encouraged in a variety of fields thereby creating a fusion of disparate disciplines, which may previously have been considered to be irreconcilable.

Projects By Syuko Kato

Posts By Syuko Kato

Fabricating Performance: The interaction of dance and construction

May 30, 2016 |

The following article is a copy of our paper for the upcoming Architecture InPlay Conference in Lisbon July 2016.  The Interactive Architecture Lab is launching a new Masters programme (MArch Design for Performance & Interaction) in October in 2017 where research … Read More

Notating the spatiotemporal

July 15, 2015 |

What might be the value of notation as choreographic method in dance? In the search for a new choreographic work, conventional notation suggests a requirement for tracing an unstable segment with a time frame onto a stable and frozen two-dimensional … Read More

Measuring Architecture with Dance Choreography

May 6, 2015 |

Could the intention of a dance be measurable? Through my notation research in architecture and dance choreography at IALab, tools that architects and choreographers gradually developed through their collaborative activities provided new words for dance choreography with architectural … Read More

Digital Notation as a Tool of Thought

April 13, 2015 |

Designing a tool has been a constant influence in the way we think. In the last 10 years, this phenomenon is uniquely shared on the crossovers of Architecture and Dance choreography, where reciprocal exchanges of common words regarding the body, geometry … Read More