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100 Times World in a Room

27 March - 11 April, 2021

Spring 2020. Under the unprecedented situation with global COVID-19, we at Hideyuki Nakayama Laboratory, Department of Architecture, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts were no exceptions but started the year with no time for face-to-face seminars or field surveys for research. This is a year-long production record of three first-year master's students from different schools.

When we had to spend most of our time in a small room where we lived alone, we thought about the architectural imagination that begins there. If we think of architecture as a line drawn through a world that already exists, then there is a wide variety of worlds in this small room. Wouldn’t there be? When I opened the refrigerator, the eggs and ice in there looked like minuscule structures of endless fascination!


Using the familiar "scale," I see myself as 1/100th the size. Welcome to the small and big world by observing the world enlarged 100 times and the architecture as lines added to it.

*Due to the state of emergency, we kindly ask you to make an appointment for visiting.


100 Times World in a Room


27 March - 11 April, 2021

Closing on

29th March, 2021 / 5th April, 2021

Opening Hours

12:00 - 18:00


The 5th Floor: Hanazono Alley 5F 3-3-9 IkenohataTaito-ku Tokyo


Free (Appointment required)

Organised and curated by

Hideyuki Nakayama Lab ,Tokyo University of the Arts(Haruka Seki  Shodai Fujimoto  Daichi Matsubara)


Daichi Matsubara (M1 student of Hideyuki Nakayama Lab Tokyo University of the Arts)

Tel: 08038078294

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