The A+D Architecture and Design Museum > Los Angeles is pleased to announce the forthcoming symposium on deCoding Asian Urbanism in collaboration with Harvard University and the Bengal Foundation. The symposium will be held on October 28 and 29, 2016 at Harvard University TSAI Auditorium CGIS South. The symposium explores the current discourse and creation of innovative architecture and urban interventions that are effectively transforming the spatial and operational landscape of the complex Asian city. The focus is to highlight efforts that strategically embrace the rapid growth and the cultural and physical complexity of the built environment in Asia.  The symposium builds on an exhibition at the A+D Architecture +Design Museum>Los Angeles, curated by Kenneth Frampton, Ken Yeang and Farooq Ameen. The comprehensive effort including the exhibition, this symposium, and accompanying publication stimulates a dialogue between designers, policymakers and public officials who are shaping the Asian city today. The exhibition is designed by Los Angeles based wHY Architecture.