The project of Pecha Kucha [pečakuča:] invented and introduced in the life in 2003 in Tokyo, architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, founders of the architectural studies, Klein Dytham Architecture.
Their intention was to create a space for the meeting of architects, designers, graﬁků, artists, theorists, actors, ﬁlmařů and musicians in one place at one time in this departmental mix. Space for speaking about what is new, what is going to or already carried out, what he thinks about the dream of …
Because they had experience only with the architectural lectures, that very often last for hours, looking for how to prevent unnecessary rozvleklosti. And the solution was given the name Pecha Kucha – the Japanese term for the sound of conversation: each speaker prepares for its output of 20 images, and each of them can comment on your desktop for 20 seconds; 6 minutes and 40 seconds it divided from the onset of his follower.