Season’s Greetings

Thank you for your continuous support of the Arakawa + Gins Tokyo office / Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka. We wish you all the very best and happy holidays! *We will be closed from December 29, 2020 through January 11, 2021. Arakawa+Gins Tokyo Office / Coordinologist, Inc.

Distraction Series

  Distraction Series 10: A round-the-world armchair vacation with Arakawa and Madeline   1. Madeline poses as Arakawa casually leans on Toltec warrior statue in Tula, Mexico.   Given the current limitations on travel, Distraction Series 10 is here to bring you on a round-the-world armchair vacation with Arakawa and Madeline. From Mesoamerican ruins in Tula, Mexico, to Italy, France, Japan, and various locations in New York state, join us as we travel through time and space from the point of view of our two founders. We’ve pulled around twenty photographs from our archive for your viewing pleasure – scroll down for the images with descriptive captions. Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn, you’ll find Arakawa and Madeline posing, taking photographs, examining their environment, and planning their day over breakfast. Enjoy!   Yours in the reversible destiny mode,   Reversible Destiny Foundation and ARAKAWA+GINS Tokyo Office     2. Arakawa and Madeline all bundled up in front of snowy, thatched cottages in Japan.     3. While Arakawa photographs his environment from a boat in Venice, Italy, someone else turns the lens on him and Madeline.     4. Madeline poses in front of a field of haystacks in France, as

Cerebrating the re-launch of the AG3: Online – The Third international Arakawa and Gins Philosophy and Architecture Conference We are pleased to announce you that the all the record of the conference AG3: Online is re-launched in our website; We have received a message from Jondi Keane, the co-organizer of the conference then, on the occasion of relaunching this long-awaited archival website below. We hope this valuable resources could be used to enhance the Arakawa + Gins studies more and more! About the launched the new AG3 archival site It is with great pleasure we can announce that the AG3: Online―The Third international Arakawa and Gins Philosophy and Architecture Conference archival website is ready to be launched. The new AG3 archival site found at: Originally hosted by Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and decommissioned in 2015, the GCSCR has kindly provided the original AG3 data to reconstruct an archival site. Although the interactive aspect of the site could not be retained, all the Keynote video presentations, Introductions, and Conference Stream presentations were preserved and faithfully reconstructed by Takeyoshi Matsuda from the Arakawa+Gins Tokyo Office, which will be housed on their web presence thanks to Momoyo Homma, director of Arakawa+Gins Tokyo Office and Reversible Destiny Foundation, NY. The availability of these resources comes at