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
» National Museum of Ethnology - Ôsaka 1977
» 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
» Toyota Bridge - Toyota 1999
» Toyota City Stadium - Toyota 2001
» Japanese Nursing Association Bldg. - Tôkyô 2004
» Tôken Headquarters Marunouchi - Nagoya 2004
» National Art Center - Tôkyô 2007

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