Architecture and Design Workshops at Terasaki Budokan

Please note: we prioritize the health and safety of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic and plan to take all necessary precautions to protect students, staff, and volunteers.

Architecture and Design Workshops

at Terasaki Budokan

Architectural Tour
Bring your glasses, mask, camera, and walking shoes! This architectural tour will begin at the newly constructed Budokan Community Center and make its way to significant architectural projects in the area, including the Walt Disney concert hall, Bradbury Building, and The Broad. This tour includes a well-deserved bento box and your cardio exercise for the day.

Saturday, June 12, 2020
Time: 10am – 2pm
Registration: $20 (includes a lunch bento from local restaurant, Azay)

Crash Course in Interior Design Workshop
If the pandemic has made anything obvious, it’s that you need to enjoy the space you occupy the most, your home! In this workshop, you will bring images of different spaces in your home where you will get to brainstorm and discuss with a designer on how to spruce up that space using basic principles of design while embedding your unique style.

Location: Community Room
Saturday, June 26 , 2020
Time: 10:00am – 12pm
Registration: $20

Facilitator Bio

Justin Sasada – Architect

Justin Sasada is a full time architectural designer and a part time professor at the community college and university level. Justin got his Bachelors of Architecture from University of Southern California. Justin grew up in the Asian basketball community, and enjoys giving back to the communities that raised him.

 

Instagram – @Jayjay.sader

For additional inquiries, please contact Kim Kawasaki at kkawasaki@ltsc.org 

We are excited to offer our programs at the new Terasaki Budokan in Little Tokyo. Supporting the physical, emotional and social health of young people in Little Tokyo and neighboring communities.

Terasaki Budokan is a facility in Downtown Los Angeles for youth, families and seniors for sports, community activities, and connections between Japanese American culture and the Little Tokyo neighborhood.