A new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT) aims at isolating and identifying how environmental and urban problems have given birth to to new lifestyles and forms of public space. Now in it’s 2nd year, “Architectural Environments for Tomorrow” was co-curated by SANAA and features 28 architects and artists from 14 countries. Below are some images of the exhibition, which is on display through January 15, 2012.

unless otherwise noted, all images courtesy jiku | Architectural model of Tetsuo Kondo‘s “Path in the Forest” (2011) which was completed in Estonia.

The Morning Line” (2011) by Matthew Ritchie with Aranda\lasch and arup

Rolex Learning Center” (2007) by SANAA

“Glass Bubble” (2011) by Junya Ishigami

One of the highlights of the show is “Contact Lens” (2011), a eye-catching installation in which artist Haruka Kojin uses numerous warped lenses to create a contorted environment.
Images courtesy designboom.

“(from) OURShELVES” (1999-2011) by  selgascano

“Golden Dome” (2011) by AMID.cero9

source: MOT | jiku | designboom