PREMIO PRITZKER 2014_SHIGERU BAN










1957    
Born in Tokyo

1977-1980  
Southern California Institute of Architecture

1980-1982  
Cooper Union School of Architecture

1982-1983  
Worked for Arata Isozaki, Tokyo, Japan

1984    
Received Bachelor of Architecture from Cooper Union School of Architecture

1985    
Established private practice in Tokyo, Japan

1993-1995  
Adjunct Professor of Architecture atTama Art University

1995 
Established the NGO, Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN)

1995-1999  
Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Yokohama National University

1995-1999  
Consultant of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

1996-2000  
Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Nihon University

2000    
Visiting Professor of Columbia University

2000    
Visiting Fellow of Donald Keen Center at Columbia University

2001-2008  
Professor of Keio University

2004    
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (HFAIA)

2005    
International Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects (IFRIBA)

2005    
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Amherst College

2006    
Honorary Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (HRAIC)

2006-2009  
Jury of Pritzker Architecture Prize

2009    
Honorary Doctorate of Technical University of Munich

2010    
Visiting Professor of Havard University GSD

2010    
Visiting Professor of Cornell University

2011-    
Professor of Kyoto University of Art and Design






CURTAIN WALL HOUSE - Tokyo, Japan, 1995












PAPER CHURCH - Kobe, Japan, 1995-2005 (disassembled)








NAKED HOUSE - Saitama, Japan, 2000











PAPER LOG HOUSE - Turkey, 2000 / Bhuj, India, 2001








Centre Pompidou-Metz - France, 2010















PAPER EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR HAITI - Port-au-Prince , Haiti, 2010










HAESLEY NINE BRIDGES GOLF CLUB HOUSE - Korea, 2010













TAMEDIA NEW OFFICE BUILDING - Zurich, Switzerland, 2010















TAMEDIA CARDBORD CATHEDRAL - Christchurch, New Zealand, 2013







 (c) Bridgit Anderson







+info:

web SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS: http://www.shigerubanarchitects.com/

The Pritzker Architecture Prize: http://www.pritzkerprize.com/















































































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