Tripti Joshi

Hiroshi Hara (architect)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Name  Hiroshi Hara
Role  Architect
Education  University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Hara (architect) Hiroshi Hara architect Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Structures  Kyoto Station, Umeda Sky Building, Sapporo Dome

Hiroshi hara and roland on austrian tv


Hiroshi Hara (原 広司, Hara Hiroshi, born 9 September 1936) is a Japanese architect and author on architecture. His major works, including Kyōto Station, the Umeda Sky Building in Osaka, the Yamato International building in Tokyo, the Sapporo Dome in Hokkaidō, and other important structures in Japan, have earned many awards. With a doctorate in engineering, he was a professor at the University of Tokyo until 1997, and has held an emeritus position since that time.

Contents

Hiroshi Hara (architect) Hiroshi Hara ArchiTravel

Raiding project star architect hiroshi hara and artists at birthplace of franz liszt


Education

Hiroshi Hara (architect) Kyoto StationDesign by Hara Hiroshi

Hiroshi Hara graduated from the University of Tokyo with a BA in 1959, and subsequently earned an MA in 1961 and a PhD in 1964, also from the University of Tokyo. He became an associate professor in the Faculty of Architecture at Toyo University in 1964 and an associate professor at the Institute of Industrial Science at the University of Tokyo in 1969. He attended Harvard University's Summer Seminar in 1968. He collaborates with Atelier Φ for design practices from 1970. In 1982, Hara became Professor at the Institute of Industrial Science at the University of Tokyo, and in 1997, Professor Emeritus at the University of Tokyo. He changed the designation to "Hiroshi Hara + Atelier Φ" from 1999.

Publications

Hiroshi Hara (architect) RaidingFoundation HARA HOUSE

Hiroshi Hara is not only known as an architect but also as an author of theoretical essays on architecture and cities, amongst others the essay "Discrete City".

Hiroshi Hara (architect) Kyoto Contemporary Architecture Flickr Photo Sharing
  • Hiroshi Hara (2009). Yet: Hiroshi Hara (in Japanese) (1st ed.). Tokyo, Japan: TOTO Pub. ISBN 9784887063075. 
  • Works

    Hiroshi Hara (architect) 3bpblogspotcomxYIe933NOtgTnnM25XYlyIAAAAAAA
  • 1974 : Hara House, Tokyo
  • 1986 : Tasaki Museum of Art, Karuizawa, Nagano
  • 1987 : Naha Municipal Josei Primary School, Naha, Okinawa
  • 1987 : Yamato International, Ōta, Tokyo
  • 1987 : Kenju Park 'Forest House', Nakaniida, Miyagi Prefecture
  • 1988 : Iida City Museum, Iida, Nagano Prefecture
  • 1992 : Uchiko Municipal Ose Middle School, Uchiko, Ehime
  • 1993 : Umeda Sky Building, Kita-ku, Osaka
  • 1997 : Kyoto Station Complex, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
  • 1998 : Miyagi Prefectural Library, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture
  • 2000 : Hiroshima Municipal Motomachi High School, Hiroshima
  • 2001 : Sapporo Dome, Sapporo, Hokkaidō
  • 2001 : University of Tokyo, Komaba II Campus, Tokyo
  • 2003 : Tokamachi Stage, Tokamachi, Niigata
  • 2004 : Casa Experimental, Montevideo, Uruguay
  • 2005 : Casa Experimental, Cordoba, Argentina
  • 2005 : Shimokita Snow-Resistant Dome, Mutsu, Aomori
  • 2007 : Aizu Gakuho Middle School and High School, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture
  • 2010 : Casa Experimental, La Paz, Bolivia

  • Hiroshi Hara (architect) RaidingFoundation HARA HOUSE

    References

    Hiroshi Hara (architect) Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Annabelles Wish
    Rychard Bouwens
    José Luis Muñoz
    Topics