The winner of the Royal Academy’s inaugural Architecture Prize for lifetime achievement on being a woman in a male-dominated field. After graduating from the Department of Architecture at Kanto Gakuin University, Itsuko Hasegawa became a research student in the Department of Architecture. archINFORM homepage of Itsuko Hasegawa (*) – Japanese architect, active in Tokyo [contains a list of buildings].
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Itsuko Hasegawa wins first Royal Academy architecture prize Japanese architect is the first rewarded by Royal Academy. Shonandai Basegawa Centre, Kanagawa, Japan, From then untilshe worked with Kiyonori Kikutake and then spent two years studying at Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Photograph by Mistumasa Fujitsuka. From she worked under Kazuo Shinohara at the institute. In she established Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier.
She has won istuko prizes and contests both in Japan and abroad.
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Views Read Edit View history. Hasegawa buildings have light, using simple materials and dynamic forms. Moscow, Rotterdam, Oslo and Berlin.
Her residential projects also earned a Japan Cultural Design Award. The project contains a 1,seat concert hall, a seat theatre, and a seat Noh theatre, and is surrounded by an eight-hectare landscape. After the metabolic experience, Hasegawa then continued to work with Shinoara on traditional Japanese architecture: Her buildings exude an optimism that could be interpreted as utopianism.
Read more Read less. This page was last edited on 20 Octoberituko Hasegawa won an open competition for the design of the Niigata Performing Arts Centre. In February, the Japanese architect Itsuko Hasegawa won the inaugural Royal Academy Architecture Prize, honouring her inspiring and enduring contribution to the culture of architecture. Art, coffee and conversation sessions for people living with dementia InMind Free for Accessible.
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His work has been exhibited in London, Paris. Farshid Moussavi new Royal Academician.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Photograph by Shuji Yamada.