Japanese architects

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ANDÔ Tadao 安 藤忠雄
1941       born in Ôsaka
                 elder brother of KITAYAMA Kôjirô
1962-69  travels through United States, Asia + Europe
1969       forms own office in Ôsaka
1985       receives Alvar Aalto Medal
1987       teaches at Yale
1988       
teaches at Columbia
1989      
teaches at Harvard
1995      
receives Pritzker Architecture Price
1996       receives arts prize Praemium Imperiale
                 awarded by the imperial family of Japan
2010       receives "Order of Culture" 文化勲章 bunka-kunshô
» Rose Garden - Kôbe 1977
» Rin's Gallery - Kôbe 1981
» Jun Port Island Building - Kôbe 1985
» B-Lock Kitayama - Kyôto 1988
» La Collezione - Tôkyô 1989
» Raika Headquarters  - Ôsaka 1989
» Wall Avenue - Kôbe 1989
» Himeji Museum of Literature - Himeji 1991
» Times I + II - Kyôto 1984 + 1991
» Benesse House Museum - Naoshima 1992
» Vitra Conference Pavilion - Weil am Rhein 1994
» Garden of Fine Arts - Kyôto 1994
» Inamori Auditorium - Kagoshima 1994
» Suntory Museum Ôsaka - Ôsaka 1994
» Nagaragawa Convention Center - Gifu 1995
» Himeji Museum of Literature II - Himeji 1996
» Internat. Library for Children's Literature - Tôkyô 2002
» Cocue - Tôkyô 2002
» Langen Foundation - Neuss / Germany 2004
» hhstyle.com / casa - Tôkyô 2005
» Omotesandô Hills - Tôkyô 2006
» 21_21 Design Sight - Tôkyô 2007
» Shibuya Subway Station - Tôkyô 2008
» Stone Sculpture Museum - Bad Münster / Germany 2010
» Lee Ufan Museum - Naoshima 2010

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