Kishi Waro

岸 和郎

1950 born in Yokohama city, Kanagawa
1973 graduated, Department of Electronics, Kyoto University
1975 graduated, Department of Architecture, Kyoto University
1978 completed Master course of Architecture, Kyoto University
1981 Principal Waro Kishi, Architect & Associates, Kyoto
1981-93 taught architectural design in Kyoto College of Art
1993 organised Waro Kishi + K. Associates / Architects, Kyoto
1993- Associate Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology
2000-2010 Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology
2003 Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley
2004 Visiting Professor, MIT, Cambridge, MA
2010- Professor, Kyoto University

project list

 

2003 HOUSE IN HIGASHI-OTSU, Otsu city, Shiga
2000 KAZURASEI, Bunkyo ward, Tokyo
1999 ICB PARIS, Paris, France
1992 HOUSE AT NIHONBASHI

2003.04

HOUSE IN HIGASHI-OTSU
東大津の家 - Higashi-ōtsu no ie

prinipal use:   private residence
address:   Otsu city, Shiga
Japanese:   滋賀県大津市
site area:   198.37 m²
building area:   118.10 m²
total floor area:   222.39 m²
number of storeys:   3
structure:   W
sources:   [JA] 52 - Yearbook 2003, pages 89-90

2000.03

KAZURASEI

かつらせい・寺町 - Katsura-sei Teramachi

prinipal use:   antique gallery
address:   Bunkyo ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都文京区
site area:   176.10 m²
building area:   121.10 m²
total floor area:   335.72 m²
number of storeys:   3 above ground, 1 penthouse
structure:   RC
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2000/5, pages 110-121

1999.1

ICB PARIS

address:   Paris, France
Japanese:   フランス、パリ
total floor area:   108.90 m²
general contractor:   Takenaka France
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2000/5, pages 122-127

1992

HOUSE AT NIHONBASHI

日本橋の家 - Nihonbashi no ie

sources:   [Kenchiku-chishiki] 700 - 2013/3, pages 122-123

publications

 

日本の建築空間 第3回 大徳寺孤篷庵忘筌  「了解可能」な伝統建築
Nihon no kenchiku kūkan - Dai 3-kai - Daitokuji kohōan bōsen - 'Ryōkai kanō' na dentō kenchiku
'Architectural space of Japan - No.3 - Daitokuji Temple's Kohoan Bosen - Traditional architecture possible to understand'

in: Shinkenchiku, 2005/07

W. Kishi

pages 192-195