American architect, one of the New York Five, a group of five New York City architects (Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Charles Gwathmey, John Hejduk and Richard Meier) whose photographed work was the subject of a CASE (Committee of Architects for the Study of the Environment) meeting at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by Arthur Drexler and Colin Rowe in 1969, and featured in the subsequent book Five Architects, published by Wittenborn in 1972, then more famously by Oxford Press in 1975.
|1932||born in New York, the USA|
|1992||NUNOTANI BUILDING (N.C. BUILDING), Edogawa ward, Tokyo|
KOIZUMI SANGYO HQ BUILDING, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
NUNOTANI BUILDING (N.C. BUILDING)
|address:||1-21-12 Chuo, Edogawa ward, Tokyo|
|total floor area:||3,967 m²|
[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 284
[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 32-35
The building was renovated in 2003 and reverted to a rather ordinary building.
KOIZUMI SANGYO HQ BUILDING (KOIZUMI LIGHTING THEATER / IZM)
|address:||3-12 Kanda-Sakuma-cho, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo|
|total floor area:||4,338 m²|
[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 99
[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 52-53