Riken Yamamoto, Yokohama Architects Office

Riken Yamamoto & Fieldshop, Yokohama Architects, Design Office Japan, Building, Photos

Riken Yamamoto : Japanese Architecture Studio

Architects Office Japan – Yokohama Design Studio Information

post updated 28 Apr 2021

Riken Yamamoto & Fieldshop – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Riken Yamamoto & Fieldshop, alphabetical:

Fujii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Date built: 1988

Fussa City Hall
Date built: 2008
Location: Fussa City, Japan

Riken Yamamoto & Fieldshop Fussa City Hall
photograph : Sergio Pirrone

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photos : Sergio Pirrone

Client: City of Fussa
Use: City Hall
Site Area: 4757.94 m2
Gross Floor Area: 10228.77m2
Structure: Reinforced Concrete, Pre-cast Concrete, Steel Reinforced Concrete

Future University Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan
Date built: 2000

Hiroshima West Fire Station, Hiroshima, Japan
Date built: 2000

Namics Techno Core
Date built: 2008
Location: Niigata-city, Japan

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photos : Koichi Satake

Client: Namics Techno Core co.
Use: Research center
Site Area: 21367.37 m2
Gross Floor Area: 8844.83 m2
Structure: Steel Frame

Saitama Prefectural University, Saitama, Japan
Date built: 1999

Tianjin Library, Tianjin, northeastern China
Date built: 2012

Yokohama Public Housing, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Date built: 2000

Yokosuka Museum of Art
Date built: 2006
Location: Yokosuka city, Japan

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photos : Sergio Pirrone

Client: City of Yokosuka
Use: Museum of Art
Site area: 703646.71 m2
Gross floor area: 12095.15 m2
Structure: reinforced concrete, partly steel frame

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Location: Yokohama, Honshu, Japan, Eastern Asia

Riken Yamamoto Practice Information

This architects studio is based in Yokohama, Japan.

Japanese Architects

Japanese design studio previously known as Riken Yamamoto & Fieldshop.

The architects have several projects in progress in Asia:
– Tianjin Library, China
– Pangyo-housing, Korea

Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop office located in Yokohama, Japan

Born in Beijing, China, this Japanese architect completed his bachelor’s degree from Nihon University in 1967 and his master’s degree from the Tokyo University of the Arts in 1971, after which he continued his studies at the University of Tokyo under Hiroshi Hara. He started his own architecture practice in 1973. He was a professor at Yokohama National University from 2000-11. He currently teaches at his alma mater Nihon University.
source: wikipedia

Japanese Buildings

1945 Born in Beijing, China
1968 BA from Department of Architecture, College of Science and Technology, Nihon University
1971 MA from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Architecture
Hara Laboratory at Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo as a research Student
1973 Founded Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Co., Ltd.
2002 Kogakuin University Department of Architecture Professor (-2007)
2007 Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture, Yokohama National University(Y-GSA) Professor (-2011)
2011 Graduate School of Architecture, Yokohama National University Visiting Professor
Graduate school of Engineering, Nihon University Special-appointment Professor
source: http://riken-yamamoto.co.jp

New Japanese Architecture

Tokyo Building Designs

The Clearwater Building, Niseko, Hokkaido, Northern Japan
Design: Seshimo Architects + Peter Hahn Associates
The Clearwater Building
photography : Junji Kojima / 45gPhotography, Aaron Jamieson
The Clearwater Building in Hokkaido

Ninja Black Kyoto Hotel, centre of Kyoto
Architect: Eastern Design Office
Hotel Ninja Black in Kyoto City
photography : Koichi Torimura, Jeffrey Friedl, Takashi Inaizumi
Hotel Ninja Black in Kyoto City

Architectural Walking Tours

Toyota Woven City, Susono City, Shizuoka
Architect: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
Toyota Woven City, Susono City, Shizuoka, Japan
image : Squint Opera
Toyota Woven City, Susono, Shizuoka

Kasho Gyoen Hotel Accommodation, Minami-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, northern Japan
Architects: Hiramoto Design Studio
Kasho Gyoen Hotel in Hokkaido - Japanese Architecture News
photography: Koji Fujii / Nacása&Partners Inc
Kasho Gyoen Hotel in Hokkaido

Architecture Studios

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Website: http://riken-yamamoto.co.jp