Japanese architects

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KUROKAWA Kishô
黒 川紀章
1934  born in Kanie, Aichi prefecture
1957  graduates at Kyôto University
1959  receives magister at the University of Tôkyô
1960  one of the founder of the metabolism, a post-war
          Japanese architectural movement
1962  founds his own office in Tôkyô
          student of TANGE Kenzô
2007  candidate for the position of governor of Tôkyô
2007  passed away in Tôkyô
» Nagakin Capsule Tower - Tôkyô 1972
» Fukuoka Bank - Fukuoka 1975
» Sony Tower - Ôsaka 1976
» Kumamoto City Museum - Kumamoto 1978
» National Bunraku Theater - Ôsaka 1984
» Roppongi Prince Hotel - Tôkyô 1984
» Wacoal Kojimachu Building - 1984
» Chôkaso - Tôkyô 1987
» Nagoya City Art Museum - Nagoya 1987
» Kishô Kurokawa Building - Fukuoka 1988
» Museum of Contemporary Art - Hiroshima 1988
» Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Building -Nagoya 1989
» Health and Welfare Center - Himeji 1994
» Museum of Modern Art  - Wakayama 1994
» Wakayama Prefectural Museum - Wakayama 1994
» National Museum of Ethnology - Ôsaka 1996
» Toyota Bridge - Toyota 1999
» Toyota City Stadium - Toyota 2001
» Japanese Nursing Association Bldg. - Tôkyô 2004
» Tôken Headquarters Marunouchi - Nagoya 2004
» National Art Center - Tôkyô 2006

NAGAKIN CAPSULE TOWER
Tôkyô 1972





FUKUOKA BANK
Fukuoka 1975





SONY TOWER OSAKA
Ôsaka 1976


KUMAMOTO CITY MUSEUM
Kumamoto 1978





ROPPONGI PRINCE HOTEL
Tôkyô 1984





NATIONAL BUNRAKU THEATRE
Ôsaka 1984



WACOAL KOJIMACHI BUILDING

Tôkyô 1984







CHÔKASO

Tôkyô 1987





NAGOYA CITY ART MUSEUM

Nagoya 1987


MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY
ART HIROSHIMA

Hiroshima 1988





KISHO-KUROKAWA BUILDING
SEASIDE MOMOCHI
Fukuoka 1988


SOMPO JAPAN NIPPONKOA BUILDING

Nagoya 1989





HEALTH AND WELFARE CENTER
Himeji 1994


MUSEUM OF MODERN ART WAKAYAMA

Wakayama 1994





WAKAYAMA PREFECTURAL MUSEUM

Fukuoka 1994


NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ETHNOLOGY
Ôsaka 1996





TOYOTA BRIDGE
Toyota 1999




TOYOTA STADIUM

Toyota 2001






JAPANESE NURSING ASSOCIATION
BUILDING

Tôkyô 2004




TÔKEN HEADQUARTERS MARUNOUCHI

Nagoya 2004




NATIONAL ART CENTER

Tôkyô 2006