Exhibition Concept
About this exhibition
, and then

This exhibition consists of several films.
Each of the films mainly features how each architecture we had built in the past spent a period of time we architects knew nothing about.
Maybe it would be more accurate to call this a "screening" of ", and then" rather than an "architectural exhibition." We architects cannot interfere with the flow of time or ", and then" what goes on in architecture after completion. Each film was therefore shot and edited by other persons and not by us.
Perhaps we can say that this is an exhibition like a small film festival showing films with inconsistent themes.

We naturally know everything about these architectures featured in the films––from curtain operating mechanisms to quotes by film directors that inspired the design.
Since the gallery turns into a small theater during this period, we would certainly provide a lobby that displays these things.

One more thing.

Because films begin and end at the fixed time, they may cause inconvenience at an "exhibition" where one can usually walk around at his/her own pace. I would be happy if you could come to this exhibition as if coming to a film theater.
Hideyuki Nakayama
Architect Profile
Hideyuki Nakayama
1972  Born in Fukuoka
1998  Graduated from Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
2000  Master of Architecture, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
2000-07 Worked at Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects
2007 Established Hideyuki Nakayama Architecture
2014- Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts

2006 2004, Nagano, Japan
2009 O House, Kyoto, Japan
Y Building, Tokyo, Japan
2012 Y House, Hiroshima, Japan
2013 My Thread - New Dutch Design on Films Exhibition, DESIGNEAST 04, Osaka, Japan
2013-14 Christian Bonnefoi Exhibition, Ginza Maison Hermès, Tokyo, Japan
2016 Chinese restaurant Reikasai, Tokyo, Japan
Stone Island’s Stone (ART SETOUCHI 2016), Shodo Island, Kagawa, Japan
2017 Curves and Chords, Tokyo, Japan
2018 mitosaya botanical distillery, Chiba, Japan
2019 Printmaking Studio/ Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium (Cooperated with List. 2019)

2004 SD Review 2004 Kajima Prize
2007 The 23rd Yoshioka Award
2014 D&AD Award
Red Dot Design Award (Best of the Best)

2010 Hideyuki Nakayama:Sketching/ Shinjuku Shobo
2018 Hideyuki Nakayama:1/1000000000 / LIXIL Publishing

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