Kohki Hiranuma Tokyo Architects, Building Photos, News, Design Projects, Office
Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates, Japan : KHAA
Contemporary Japanese Architect Practice – Architect Studio Japan
post updated 28 Apr 2021
Kohki Hiranuma – Key Projects
‘Space Lab’, University of Tokyo Building, Japan
Date built: 2008
photo © Satoshi Shigeta
Space Lab University of Tokyo Building
More design projects by Kohki Hiranuma online soon
Location: Tokyo, Japan, eastern Asia
Tokyo Architecture Practice Information
Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates – studio located in Japan
Born in Osaka, Japan in 1971. Graduated from Osaka Institute of Technology. Studied at the AA School (Architectural Association School of Architecture, London). Established Hs WorkShop-ASIA in 1999. and Established Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates.
His experimental design proposals on its conceptual works are appraised highly in countries.
He has been given prizes, Japan Federation of Architects & Building Engineers Associations Award, Grand prize of Japanese Society of Commercial Space Designers Award and the rest in Japan, Grand Design international Architecture Award (Great Britain), Innovative Architeuture international Prize (Itary) and the rest outside Japan.
He teaches at Osaka University , Kyoto City University of Arts and other Universities.
Furusaki Tokyo Office, Nakano-ku
Design: Hiroyuki Niwa with Yuki Imafuku
photographer: Hiroyuki Hori
Furusaki Tokyo Office Building
Within this small building with less than 300㎡ area, all functions required for a construction company are densely packed in, including an office, meeting room, factory, loading area for trucks, and bedroom. The small site was fully utilized to form the complex facility.
Ota Art Museum & Library, Gunma Prefecture
Architects: akihisa hirata architecture office
photo : Daici Ano
Ota Art Museum & Library Building
For people to easy to walk though and stop by, the architects office aimed for architecture that the town is continuing to the inside. Specifically, we proposed a configuration surrounding the slopes of steel frame rims around five RC construction boxes. People can walk around on each floor like walking in the city.
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