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Chief JudgeHiroshi Naito [Naito Architect & Associates]

Profile

1950
Born in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
1974
Waseda University in Tokyo, B.Arch
1974-1976
Graduate School of Waseda University, M.Arch
1976-1978
Chief Architect at Architectural Office of Fernand Higueras (Madrid, Spain)
1979-1981
Worked at Architectural Office of Kiyonori Kikutake (Tokyo, Japan)
1981
Established Naito Architect & Associates
2001-2002
Assoc. Prof. at Tokyo University
2003-2011
Prof. at Tokyo University
2011
Emeritus Professor , The University of Tokyo

Awards

1993
Education Minister's Art Encouragement Prize for Freshman. The Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan for Design. Isoya Yoshida Memorial Prize (Sea-Folk Museum)
2000
Togo Murano Award. World Triennial of Architecture, Grand Prix of the International Academy of Architecture (Makino Museum of Plants and People)
2001
Mainichi Art Awards (Makino Museum of Plants and People)
2006
International Architecture Award (Shimane Arts Center)
2008
Brunel Award (Hyuga city station)
2010
Public Buildings Awards, Special Award (Shimane Art Center)
2017
BCS Prize (The Gymnasium in Shizuoka Prefecture Kusanagi Sports Complex)

Kengo Kuma [Kengo Kuma & Associates]

(C)The Courier

Profile

1954
Born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
1979
Completed the Master Course, Department of Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
1985-1986
Visiting Scholar Graduate School, Columbia University and Asian Cultural Counci (USA)
1987
Established Spatial Design Studio
1990
Established Kengo Kuma & Associates
1994
Lecturer at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University (New York, USA)
1998-1999
Professor at the Faculty of Environmental Information, Keio University
2001-2009
Professor at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University
2007-2008
Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Chicago, USA)
2008
Established Kuma & Associates Europe (Paris, France)
2009-
Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

Awards

1997
Architectural Institute of Japan Award for “Noh Stage in the Forest”
First Place, AIA DuPONT Benedictus Award for “Water/Glass” (USA)
2001
Togo Murano Award for “Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum”
2002
Spirit of Nature Wood Architecture Award (Finland)
2008
Energy Performance + Architecture Award (France)
Bois Magazine International Wood Architecture Award (France)
2009
Decoration Officier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (France)
2010
Mainichi Art Award for “Nezu Museum”
2011
The Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Prize for “Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum”
2012
The 6th ASIAGRAPH Award
Japan Information-Cultuology Society Award
2016
Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2016

Tadao Kamei [Nikken Sekkei Ltd.]

Profile

1955
Born in Hyogo
1977
Graduate from Waseda University
1978
Obtained Master of the University of Pennsylvania
1978-79
HOK New York
1981
Obtained Master of Waseda University
1981
Joined Nikken Sekkei Ltd.
2015
President and Chief Executive Officer, Nikken Sekkei Ltd.

Awards

2014
Association of Railway Architects Prize / Best Association Award
2014
2014 BCS Special Award

Jun Aoki [Jun Aoki & Associates]

(C)Masakazu Yoshiba

Profile

1956
Born in Yokohama, Kanagawa prefecture
1976-1980
Graduated from the University of Tokyo, Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture
1980-1982
Completed the Master Course of Architecture, Master of Engineering in Architecture
1983-1990
Worked at Arata Isozaki & Associates
1991
Established Jun Aoki & Associates

Awards

1994
The Annual Award of Housing Design, Tokyo Society of Architects and Building Engineers (H)
1996
The 8th Kumamoto Landscape Award (MAMIHARA BRIDGE)
1997
The 13th Yoshioka Award (S)
1999
The Architectural Institute of Japan Annual Award (FUKUSHIMA LAGOON MUSEUM)
2004
The 11th Aichi Townscape Award (LOUIS VUITTON NAGOYA)
The 45th BCS Annual Award, Building Contractors Society (LOUIS VUITTON OMOTESANDO)
2004
The New York Store of the Year by Visual Merchandising and Store Design (LOUIS VUITTON NEW YORK)
2005
The Minister o f Education's Art Encouragement Prize
2008
Good Design Gold Award 2008 (SIA AOYAMA BUILDING)
2016
Good Design Award 2016 BEST100 (BUNSHITSU TOKAMACHI)

Goichi Kamochi [Obayashi Corporation]

Profile

1960
Born in Tokyo
1983
Bachelor of Architecture, Waseda University in Tokyo
1983
Joined Obayashi Corporation
1989
Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania
2018-
Executive Officer, Design Division, Obayashi Corporation

Awards

1988
Dales Competition: First Prize
1988
Schenk & Woodsman Design Competition: Finalists
2003
BCS Award
-Canon Headquarters Building
2004
Selected Architectural Design of the AIJ
-Canon Headquarters Building
2013
Good Design Award
-Nakano Branch, Johnan Shinkin Bank
-Flagship Studio, Kadokawa
2015
Good Design Award
-New R&D Center, RIKEN KEIKI Co.,Ltd

Yoshiharu Tsukamoto [Atelier Bow-Wow]

Profile

1965
Born in Kanagawa
1987
Graduate from Tokyo Institute of Technology
1987-1988
Guest Student of L'ecole d'architecture, Paris, Bellville (U.P.8)
1992
Established Atelier Bow-Wow with Momoyo Kaijima
1994
Graduate from Post-graduate school of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dr.Eng.

Hold visiting professor of Harvard GSD, UCLA, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Barcelona Institute of Architecture, Cornell University, Rice University

2015
Professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology

Awards

1999
Gold prize of house architecture from Tokyo Architect Society (Mini House)
2000
16th Yoshioka Prize (Mini House)
2012
RIBA International Fellowship
2013
Good Design Award (Tama Machiya)

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