Harrison Lecture: Ryunoshin Hirai

November 8, 2019
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

About this event

As part of its fall Harrison Lecture Series, Mississippi State's School of Architecture is sponsoring a free presentation by Tokyo native Ryunoshin Hirai. With architecture degrees from the University of Washington in St. Louis and the State University of New York, Delhi College, he is a senior designer for the internationally renowned design practice of Klein Dytham Architecture, founders of Pechakucha Night. Projects completed under his direction include the Picchio Visitors Center, Daikanyama T-site, Ginza Place, and BMW Group Tokyo. His design efforts focus on the union of digital design methods and analogical associations of recreational architecture and lifestyle branding.


Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium on the second floor of Giles Hall - 889 Collegeview St., Mississippi State, MS 39762
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Hans Herrmann
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The Harrison Lecture Series is sponsored through a generous gift by Freda Wallace Harrison and Robert V.M. Harrison, FAIA, FCSI.