Futurescape Tokyo is
a study in urban
fantasies and speculative
cartography. The project aims
to explore potential future
scenarios of the world's
largest megalopolis Tokyo,
which is expected to
during the next 86 years.
THE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION FOR STUDIES OF JAPANESE SOCIETY
The Futurescape Tokyo Project is funded with help from The Scholarship Foundation for Studies of Japanese Society (Japanstiftelsen).
For more information about the foundation visit their site here.
Amanda is an architect and an employee at Joliark in Stockholm. Amanda graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Architectural School in Copenhagen in 2011. She has previously studied for Professor Mark Burry at RMIT in Melbourne, where her interest was piqued for the time and scale aspect within architecture and urban planning. Amanda has been a great support in our research for this project and she has also contributed in some of the interviews. Her ideas have been very helpful in our working process. Visit her site here!
Akane is an architect and textile designer based in Stockholm. We are very grateful for Akane's valuable advice and her help with interpreting the interview with Hideyuki Nakayama. By crossing both disciplines of her professions Akane is creating unique qualities of space. Her first commission A Curtain for O House (architect: Hideyuki Nakayama) was in 2009, and has been followed by numerous commissions and installations in the fields of design, architecture and art. To visit Akane's site, please click here.