Seng Kuan is an architectural historian with teaching appointments at Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He holds a PhD in architectural history from Harvard University. He was volume editor of Kenzō Tange: Architecture for the World and contributed to Kiyonori Kikutake: Between Land and Sea. Among the exhibitions on Japan’s postwar architectural culture he has curated are “Utopia Across Scales: Highlights from the Kenzō Tange Archive” (Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2009) and “On the Thresholds of Space-Making: Shinohara Kazuo” (Kemper Art Museum, 2014; ETHZ 2016).