ORGATEC TOKYO2022
SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Creative Creation
Design x Management x Life x Culture x Technology x…
HYBRID WORK opens the possibility for creative creation. One encounter can set in motion multiple ideas for innovation. Chart unknown territories by meeting and talking with experts in the field.
Get ready to be inspired. At ORGATEC TOKYO 2022, creativity will be unlocked, creating the next generation of hybrid work innovations.

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DAY 1

26th April Tue

11:00〜12:00

Key note
Future Architecture That Fosters "Hybrid Work"

The future architecture of hybrid workspace is a blend of location, occupation, and values. It is a continuity of new possibilities and creations to seamlessly support different societal needs. Join internationally acclaimed architect Sosuke Fujimoto as he elucidates his fresh architectural approaches in designing hybrid workplaces that enhance creativity without compromising the physical and mental wellbeing of workers.

Sosuke Fujimoto
Sosuke Fujimoto/Architect, President of Sou Fujimoto Architects

After graduating from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering at Tokyo University, he established Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000. Among his renowned projects is the 1st prize for the 2014 International Competition for Second Folly of Montpellier, France ("L'Arbre Blanc"). Additionally, in 2015, 2017, and 2018, he won several international competitions with 1st prize in various European countries. He was chosen as the Master Architect for Tsuda University Kodaira Campus Master Plan development in Japan in 2019. In 2020, he was the Expo site design producer for the 2025 Japan International Exposition (Osaka/Kansai Expo). And he also won the 1st prize for the Design Proposal for Oita Airport Sea Access Passenger Terminal recently in 2021.
His notable works include: “Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013” (2013), “House NA” (2011), “Musashino Art University Museum & Library” (2010), “House N” (2008), and many more.

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14:00〜15:15

SESSION 1
Engaging through Beautiful Architectural Designs

Great storytelling design inspires people emotionally and transports them into the story. It connects, unites, and forms long-lasting impressions among the audience. In this session moderated by Kotaro Watanabe, the legendary Mazda car designer Ikuo Maeda will discuss how the combination of design context, clear yet engaging narratives, and human-centric designs can have a tremendous impact on growing organizations’ productivity.

Ikuo Maeda
Ikuo Maeda

Managing Executive Officer, Mazda Motor Corporation
Responsible for Design and Brand Style

Kotaro Watanabe
modertorKotaro Watanabe

Takram Contextual Designer
Specially invited professor at Keio University SFC

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DAY 2

27th April Wed

11:00〜12:15

SESSION 2
Well-being as a way of life - the future of society and living

Seeking the joy of living a healthy life, both physically and mentally, and achieving true happiness. In this talk session, business and lifestyle experts will discuss how well-being can change the way we work and live. You can see a prosperous future with flowers and greenery.

Takeshi Natsuno
Takeshi Natsuno

KADOKAWA Co.President and Representative Director
Director, Institute of Informatics, Kinki University Special Invited Professor

Yuki Maeda
Yuki Maeda

Flower Artist

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14:00〜15:15

SESSION 3
Unprecedented Value Formation from the Metaverse

The creation of new realities, cities, and living spaces where people can gather virtually- that is the promise of the Metaverse. Join our panel of speakers as they explore the use of this exciting space, and its unprecedented impact on business, communication, art, and social development. Without physical limitations, what possibilities will emerge?

Kazuhiko Chuma
Kazuhiko Chuma

Business Creation Division, KDDI Corporation
Business Incubation Promotion Dept.

Keisuke Toyoda
Keisuke Toyoda

Specially Appointed Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo
noiz / gluon

Daito Manabe
Daito Manabe

Representative of Raizomatics
Artist / Programmer / DJ

Nobuyuki Hayashi
moderatorNobuyuki Hayashi

Journalist / Consultant

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DAY 3

28th April Thu

11:00〜12:15

SESSION 4
A diverse society is a key solution for various problems in the modern world

What kind of impact will diverse working styles have on our future society? Join Mr. Ryusuke Naka, and Dr. Nobuko Nakano, as they explore the value of creating organizations embedded with inclusive working styles influenced by various cultures and ways of thinking, by bringing together different fields such as brain science, design and architecture.

Ryusuke Naka
Ryusuke Naka

Kyoto Institute of Technology Graduate School of Craft Science
Professor of Design and Architecture

Nobuko Nakano
Nobuko Nakano

Brain Scientist / Medical Doctor / Cognitive Scientist

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14:00〜15:15

SESSION 5
Architectural Design: Sustainability in Decisions

With sustainable architecture shaping our era, many suppliers and developers are trying to reduce the environmental burden. How can architects deal with this? Will the efforts in creating sustainable architecture change design? This dialogue between the influential architect, Yuko Nagayama, and Brand Director of Elle Decor, Takako Kida, will unfold workspace designs and architectures that balance sustainability and the holistic needs of employees.

Yuko Nagayama
Yuko Nagayama

Architect

Ryuko Kida
moderatorRyuko Kida

Brand Director of "Elle Decor
(Hearst Digital Japan Co., Ltd.)

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※Program contents are subject to change.