Maki Fumihiko

槇 文彦

© robert baum tokyo, 3 November 2010
© robert baum tokyo, 3 November 2010
1928 September 6 born in Yamanote district, Tokyo
1952 graduated Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo;
belonged to Tange Kenzo laboratory after graduation
1952-53 completed Master Course, Cranbrook Academy of Art
1953-54 completed Master Course, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, one of 16 members in the first class of Josep Lluis Sert.
Josep Lluis Sert had worked in Le Corbusier’s atelier on rue de Sèvres in his youth like Mayekawa Kunio and Sakakura Junzo
1954 Junior designer under Gordon Bunshaft at the New York office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)
1955-56 worked in Josep Lluis Sert's New York office
1956-62 Associates Professor, University of Washington
1958-60 Graham Foundation Fellowship
1960

one of the seven founding members of the Metabolist group together with the architects Kikutake Kiyonori, Kurokawa Kisho, Otaka Masato, the critic Kawazoe Noboru, the industrial designer Ekuan Kenji and the graphic designer Awazu Kiyoshi; participated in the World Design Conference in Tokyo and Team X’s Bagnols-sur-Cèze conference

1962-65 Associate Professor, Urban Design Faculty, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
1965 established Maki and Associates
1979–89 Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo

former employees

 

1969-77 Nakamura Ben

project list

 

2003 TV ASAHI HEADQUARTERS, Minato ward, Tokyo
2002 FUKUI PREFECTURAL LIBRARY & ARCHIVES, Fukui city, Fukui
2000 FUKUSHIMA GENDER EQUALITY CENTER, Nihonmatsu, Fukushima
1998

KAZE-NO-OKA FUNERAL SITE, Oita

HILLSIDE WEST A + B, Shibuya ward, Tokyo

1995 TOKYO CHURCH OF CHRIST, Tokyo
1990 TOKYO METROPOLITAN GYMNASIUM, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1989

THE DAI-TOKYO FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE SHINJUKU BUILDING, Shibuya ward, Tokyo

TEPIA, Minato ward, Tokyo

1988 TSUDA HALL, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1985 SPIRAL, Minato ward, Tokyo
1984 CEDER STONE VILLA, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1983 DENTSU INC. OSAKA BRANCH OFFICE, Kita ward, Osaka
1979 THE ROYAL DANISH EMBASSY, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1972 OSAKA PREFECTURAL RINKAI SPORTS CENTER, Takaishi city, Osaka
LOW-COST HOUSING, Lima, Peru, jointly designed with Kikutake Kiyonori and Kurokawa Kisho
1960 STEINBERG HALL, Washington, University campus, St. Louis, USA

2003.03

TV ASAHI HEADQUARTERS
テレビ朝日 - Telebi Asahi

principal use:   TV station, office, shop
address:   6-9-1 Roppongi, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区六本木6-9-1
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
site area:   16,368.18 m²
building area:     9,469.74 m²
total floor area:   73,700.43 m²
number of storeys:   3 basement, 8 above ground, 1 storey penthouse
structure:   SRC / S / partly RC
general contractors:   Takenaka Corporation
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 38

[JA] 52 - Yearbook 2003, pages 47-48

2002.08

FUKUI PREFECTURAL LIBRARY & ARCHIVES
福井県立図書館・文書館 - Fukui-kenritsu toshokan, monjokan

principal use:   library, archives
address:   Fukui city, Fukui
Japanese:   福井県福井市
site area:   70,246 m²
building area:   12,919 m²
total floor area:   18,436 m²
number of storeys:   1 basement, 4 above ground, 2 storey penthouse
structure:   S / RC / partly SRC
sources:  

[JA] 52 - Yearbook 2003, pages 81-82

2000
FUKUSHIMA GENDER EQUALITY CENTER

address:   Nihonmatsu, Fukushima
sources:   [The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture]

1998

KAZE-NO-OKA FUNERAL SITE

風の丘葬祭場

address:   3032-16 Oaza Aihara, Nakatsu, Oita

1998.11

HILLSIDE WEST A + B

address:   13-13, 13-4 Hachiyama-cho, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区鉢山町13-13、13-4
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   2,958 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 48

[JA] 36 - Yearbook 1999, pages 44-49

1995.09

TOKYO CHURCH OF CHRIST

address:   1-30-17 Tomigaya, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区富ヶ谷1-30-17
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   2,243 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 30

1990.03

TOKYO METROPOLITAN GYMNASIUM

address:   1-17-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区千駄ヶ谷1-17-1
lat, long:   35°40'47.00N 139°42'45.30E
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   43,971 m²
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 84

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 150-153

1989.03

THE DAI-TOKYO FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE SHINJUKU BUILDING

address:   3-25-3 Yoyogi, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区代々木3-25-3
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   48,510 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 76

1989

TEPIA

address:   2-8-44 Kita-Aoyama, Minato ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   13,810 m²
sources:  

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 144-145

1988.07

TSUDA HALL

address:   1-18-24 Sendagaya, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区千駄ヶ谷1-18-24
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   4,699 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 84

1985.10

SPIRAL

address:   5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区南青山5-6-23
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   10,560 m²
general contractors:   Takenaka Corporation
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 22

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 140-143

[Agematsu, Yuji: Japanese Architecture Today; in: Gatti, Franco: Rethinking Japan - Literature, visual arts & linguistics] page 44

1984.08

CEDER STONE VILLA

address:   15-5 Hachiyama-cho, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
maps:   [Yahoo]
total floor area:   988 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 70

1983

DENTSU INC. OSAKA BRANCH OFFICE

address:   2-4-5 Dojima, Kita ward, Osaka
total floor area:   22,866 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 20

1979.10

THE ROYAL DANISH EMBASSY

address:   29-6 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   1,896 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 71

1972

OSAKA PREFECTURAL RINKAI SPORTS CENTER

address:   6-1 Takashinohamacho, Takaishi city, Osaka
total floor area:   11,930 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 107

exhibitions, presentations, lectures

2010.11.03

publications

 

 

Shinkenchiku 2008/5 Special Issue

 

JA 16, Winter 1994

Flickr tag : fumihikomaki

 

Toronto, Canada
Toronto, Canada
Toronto, Canada
Toronto, Canada
Ottawa, Canada
Ottawa, Canada
Toronto, Canada
Toronto, Canada
AKFC 01
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Kaze-no-oka crematorium
Toyota Hall, Nagoya Univ.
Toyota Hall, Nagoya Univ.
Toyota Hall, Nagoya Univ.
Toyota Hall, Nagoya Univ.
Toyota Hall, Nagoya Univ.
Kemper Art Museum, Washington University, St Louis, Architect Fumihiko Maki
Steinberg Hall, Washington University, St Louis, Architect Fumihiko Maki
Steinberg Hall, Washington University, St Louis, Architect Fumihiko Maki
Steinberg Hall, Washington University, St Louis, Architect Fumihiko Maki

Flickr Group : Fumihiko Maki/槇文彦

 

Northern Gymnasium (basketball)
Adminstration building
Northern stair, connecting upper grassy area to grade.