みなさんご存知、PechaKucha FounderのMark Dytham & Astrid Klein！なぜ今回のPKN Osakaが枚方T-SITE開催なのか、理由を知っているでしょうか。建築家である二人が手がけた建築と、二人が生みだしたPechaKuchaのムーブメント。本人たちの言葉で綴られるストーリーをぜひ楽しんでください。
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