Japanese architects

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KUMA Kengo 隈 研吾
1954   born in Kanagawa Prefecture
1979   completes a major in architecture at the
          University of Tôkyô
          works for Nihon Sekkei and Toda Corporation
1985-86 visiting researcher at Columbia University NY
1987   founds Spatial Design Studio
1990   founds his studio Kengo Kuma & Associates
1998-99 visiting professor at Keiô University in Tôkyô
2008   founds Kuma & Associates Europe in Paris
2009~ Professor for architecture / University of Tôkyô
» M2 - Tôkyô 1991
» Doric - Tôkyô 1991
» ADK Shôchiku Square - Tôkyô 2002
» One Omotesandô - Tôkyô 2003
» Baisôin Temple - Tôkyô 2003
» Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum - Nagasaki 2005
» Suntory Museum of Art - Tôkyô 2007
» ABC Hall - Ôsaka 2008
» Nezu Museum - Tôkyô 2010
» Miele Center / Aoyama Showroom - Tôkyô 2011
» Asakusa Culture Tourist Information - Tôkyô 2012
» Wisdom Tea House - Tôkyô 2012
» Ryôguchiyakorekiyo Higashiyamaten - Nagoya 2013

DORIC
Minami-Aoyama / Tôkyô 1991




M2
Kinuta / Tôkyô 1991




ADK SHÔCHIKU SQUARE
Tsukiji  / Tôkyô 2002


ONE OMOTESANDÔ
Jingûmae / Tôkyô 2003






TEMPEL BAISÔ-IN
Aoyama / Tôkyô 2003


KUNSTMUSEUM DER
PRÄFEKTUR NAGASAKI
Nagasaki 2005






TÔKYÔ MIDTOWN
SUNTORY KUNSTMUSEUM

Akasaka / Tôkyô 2007


ABC HALLÔSAKA

Ôsaka 2008



NEZU MUSEUM

Minami-Aoyama / Tôkyô 2010






MIELE CENTER / AOYAMA SHOWROOM (Interior)
Minami-Aoyama / Tôkyô 2011



ASAKUSA CULTURE
TOURIST INFORMATION

Asakusa / Tôkyô 2012


WISDOM TEA HOUSE
Minami-Aoyama / Tôkyô 2012




RYÔGUCHIYAKOREKIYO
HIGASHIYAMATEN

Nagoya 2013