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Pecha Kucha

Pecha Kucha

BEING A MOST ENGAGING AND ILLUMINATING ENTERPRISE, ABLE TO BRING COLLEAGUES TOGETHER FOR MOST EXCELLENT GOOD TIMES

n. — a strict presentation format displaying twenty slides for twenty seconds each

fm. Japanese, literally “the sound of conversation,” devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of the rather logically named, Tokyo-based architecture and design outfit Klein Dytham (KDa). It aims for fast, unexpected, and creative presentations in a lively, collaborative atmosphere.

This author can attest it’s an aim often met.

first published. 2003

inspiration. my colleagues again, since we held our own team-building PechaKucha not too long ago

featured image. Klein Dytham architecture’s Home-for-All Project, Soma, Japan 2015. Photo credit: klein-dytham.com.

 

Pecha Kucha

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