The 16th International Docomomo Conference Tokyo Japan 2020
Inheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities
Docomomo Japan, hereby, is holding the 16th International Docomomo Conference in Tokyo, Japan.
Between July and September 2020, Tokyo will host the 32nd Olympic and Paralympic Games with the theme "Connecting to Tomorrow".
In 1964, the Olympic Games, held in Tokyo, transformed urban spaces of the city, the lifestyle and the mindset of the citizens around the country. Today, we must gather to evaluate this legacy and propose a methodology to critically pass-on “Resilient Inheritable Wisdom”.
Based on this spirit and its ideas, we hereby propose “Inheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities” as the main theme of the 16th International Docomomo Conference.
VIRTUAL TOUR WITH DR. NAHOO + MOMO
Dr. Nahoo has a career as a guide of Access Point: Architecture-Tokyo. She decided to share her unique experiences as virtual tour. Especially she picks up the DOCOMOMO Japan Selection as a program of the DOCOMOMO 2020 + 1 Tokyo for the next year. The character “doco-MOMO” is her assistant of virtual tour.
- Modernism is Frozen Discussion is Opened
- The Gallery of MOMO Origamic Architecture
- Full paper submission deadline is extended.
- Abstract submission deadline is extended
- DOCOMOMO2020 Tokyo excursion program
- DOCOMOMO 2020 Scholarship
- DOCOMOMO Mini Event
Dates to Remember
|15 March - 14 September 2019||Call for papers|
|Early November 2019||Call for papers’ notification of acceptance.|
|31 January 2020||Full paper submission deadline (1st version).
Registration deadline for speakers and session chairs.
|10 March 2020||Deadline for session chairs to return papers with comments to the speakers.|
|15 April 2020||Full paper submission deadline (final version).
Full submission of the key lecture of the session.
|6-10 September 2020||Docomomo Student Workshop|
|10-13 September 2020||16th International Docomomo Conference|
|14-15 September 2020||Doco Tours|
Kunio Mayekawa, Ueno, Tokyo, 1926
Le Corbusier, Ueno, Tokyo, 1959
Mayekawa Kunio, Ueno, Tokyo, 1961
Tange Kenzo, Shibuya, Tokyo, 1964
- Workshop for Students
- 6th-10th September 2020
|10th||Opening / Evening Lecture / Welcome Party|
|11th||Academic Presentation / Evening Lecture / Conference|
|12th||Academic Presentation / Night Tour|
|13th||Academic Presentation / Evening Lecture / Round Table|
|14th||Excursion / Symposium / Closing / Farewell Party|
Ueno Park Area, TOKYO
Ana Tostoes (Docomomo International)
Louise Noelle (ISCs Representative)
Yoshiyuki Yamana (Docomomo Japan)
Zara Ferreira (Former Secretary-General of Docomomo International)
- Ana Tostoes (Docomomo International)
- Changmo Ahn (South Korea)
- France Vanlaethen (Canada)
- Franz Graf (Switzerland)
- George Kunihiro (Japan)
- Johannes Widodo (Macau)
- Jose Manuel Pozo (Iberia)
- Kenji Watanabe (Japan)
- Ken Tadashi Oshima (US)
- Louise Noelle (Mexico)
- Miles Glendinning (Scotland)
- Ola Uduku (Ghana)
- Richard Klein (France)
- Ruth Verde Zein (Brazil)
- Sangeeta Bagga (India)
- Scott Robertson (Australia)
- Shin Muramatsu (Japan)
- Uta Pottgiesser (Germany)
- Wessel de Jonge (Netherlands)
- Yoshiyuki Yamana (Japan)