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Terunobu Fujimori Architects – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Terunobu Fujimori, alphabetical:

Akino Fuku Art Museum, Japan
Date built: 1997
Design with Yoshio Uchida, Shusakusha

Hot Spring House, Japan
Date built: –

Ichiya-tei : One-Night Teahouse, Japan
Date built: 2003
Design with Nobumichi Ohshima, Ohshima Atelier

Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum, Japan
Date built: 1991
Design with Yoshio Uchida, Shusakusha

Nemunoki Museum of Art, Kakegawa, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
“Acorn” at Nemu no Ki Children’s Museum:
Nemunoki Museum of Art by Terunobu Fujimori Architect
photography by Tawashi2006 – Tawashi2006, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3258938

Takasugi-an : Too-High Teahouse, Japan
Date built: 2004

Tanpopo House – Dandelion House, Japan
Date built: 1995
Design with Yoshio Uchida

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Location: Nagano, Japan, eastern Asia

Japanese Architects Practice Information

This architect office is based in Japan

Japanese Architects

Exhibited at Venice Biennale 2006 – 10th International Architecture Exhibition

This practice is run by a Japanese architect and architectural historian who was born in 1946.

During the 1970s and 80s he made studies of the city about early Western buildings and unusual occurrences and did not turn to architecture until he was in his forties. His work is considered by many to be eccentric but is characterised by his use of natural materials.

Although he is well known in Japan as a cultural commentator he was not widely known in the West until he represented Japan at the 2006 Venice Biennale.

In 1986 Fujimori formed the Roadway Observation Society with Genpei Akasegawa, Shinbo Minami, Joji Hayashi, Tetsuo Matsuda. The group records unusual but naturally occurring patterns in the city, for example the pattern left by a tree on a concrete wall or a rubbish bin that has been bent over to form a seat.

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House in Muko, Japan
Muko Building
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