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Name  Tokutoshi Torii

Role  Architect
Tokutoshi Torii

Tokutoshi Torii (鳥居 徳敏, Torii Tokutoshi, born 1947 in Toyokawa) is a Japanese architect and writer. He has lived for more than ten years in Zambia, researching Spanish architecture, especially the architecture of Gaudi, on which he has published several studies.

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  • Jizo Tower of Hatagaya, Tokyo 1971–73
  • Reconstruction of Gaudi's project of the Catholic Missions for Africa in Tangiers (1892–93) 1981–82
  • Casa de España (project), Tokyo 1984
  • Asahiya Hotel, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 1986–87 (Mugito Architects)
  • Sinkong Life Insurance Group Headquarters (project), Taipei 1986–87 (KMG *Architects & Engineers)
  • Association of East Asian Relations, Tokyo, 1987–89 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Club House, Uchihara Country Club, Uchihara, Ibaraki 1989–90 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Takatsu Hotel, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 1989–90 (Mugito Architects)
  • Club House, Higashi-Chiba Country Club, Togane, Chiba, 1990–93 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Club House, Tong Hwa Country Club, Taipei 1990–93 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Club House, Kozaki Country Club, Kozaki, Chiba, 1992–93 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Taiwan Cement Building, Taipei 1991–97 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • Cathay Financial Center, Taipei 1995–97 (KMG Architects & Engineers)
  • References

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