The UIA2011 Tokyo: The 24th World Congress of Architecture, held in conjunction with UIA2011 Tokyo, will take place in Tokyo, Japan from September 25 to October 1, 2011. This will be the largest international architectural congress in the history of Japanese architecture, bringing together an estimated 10,000 architects from 128 countries around the world.
To mark the significance of this event, we are hosting the 10,000 World Architects Exhibition. Symbolizing UIA2011 Tokyo, this exhibition will convey the messages of architects from around the world through the medium of one project image per architect. Japanese and international architects are invited to participate in the creation of this exhibition, which is open to all architects regardless of affiliation. The exhibition seeks to promote understanding of cultures in different countries through architecture, as well as to convey the architectsﾕ messages and their works across a broad spectrum of society.
The 10,000 World Architects Exhibition will open to the world as a web exhibition beginning with the start of registration on January 13, 2011. Its scale will continue to grow as more and more architects register for the exhibition.
Posters for participating architects will be produced in sequential order and shown prior to UIA2011 Tokyo at various venues around Japan. POSTERS are designed to communicate architects' messages to the general public and promote the publicity of UIA2011 Tokyo.
From September 25 2011, all available space for display at Tokyo International Forum, the main venue of UIA2011 Tokyo, will be dedicated to the poster exhibition.
You are invited to take part in the 10,000 World Architects Exhibition, which may be accessed online anywhere in the world 24 hours a day. Online registration must be completed prior to entry. Voluntary participation, self-responsibility and self-judgment on the part of the registering participant will be the overriding principle for all registrations and data uploads.
10,000 World Architects Exhibition Committee Secretariat (in the JIA Kanto Koshin-etsu Capter)
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