Japanese architects

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TANGE Kenzô 丹下健三
TANGE ASSOCIATES


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1913        born in Sakai / Ôsaka
             childhood in
Imabari / Shikoku
1938        graduated from Tôkyô University
1938-41 
worked for MAEKAWA Kuniô
1961
        established Kenzô Tange + URTEC
1963-74
  Professor at Tôkyô University -
             his most famous students are
             ÔTANI Sachio, KUROKAWA Kishô,
             ISOZAKI Arata und MAKI Fumihiko
1987        receives Pritzker Architecture Price
1993        receives arts prize Praemium Imperiale
             awarded by the imperial family of Japan
2005        passed away in Tôkyô
» Peace Memorial Museum - Hiroshima 1952 / 1994
» Kagawa Prefectural Government Hall - Takamatsu '58

» Rikkyô University Library - Tôkyô 1960
» Kurashiki City Hall - Kurashiki 1960
» Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium - Takamatsu 1964
» National Gymnasiums for Tôkyô Olympics - Tôkyô 1964
» St. Mary' s Cathedral - Tôkyô 1964
» Yamanashi Broadcasting & Press Center - Kôfu 1966
» Shizuoka Press & Broadcasting Center - Tôkyô 1967
» Yukari Nursery School - Tôkyô 1967
» Dentsu Company - Tôkyô 1967
» Kuwait Embassy - Tôkyô 1970
» Sôgetsu Art Center - Tôkyô 1977
» Hanae Mori Building Aoyama - Tôkyô 1979
» Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka - Tôkyô 1982
» Yokohama Museum of Art - Yokohama 1989
» Tôkyô Metropolitan Government Building - Tôkyô 1991
» Fuji Sankei Building / Fuji TV HQ - Tôkyô 1991
» United Nations University - Tôkyô 1992
» Park Hyatt Tokyo - Tôkyô 1994
» Ôtsu Prince Hotel - Ôtsu 1995
» Tôkyô Fashion Town Building - Tôkyô 1996
» Tôkyô Dome Hotel - Tôkyô 2000
» Salvatore Ferragamo Ginza Store - Tôkyô 2003
» Tôkyô Mode Gakuen - Tôkyô 2009

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