Sakakura Junzo

坂倉 準三

1901 May 29, born in Hashima, Gifu prefecture, Japan
1927 graduated from Tokyo Imperial University (now the University of Tokyo)
1929-31 went to study at the Ecole Speciale des Travaux Publics, Paris, where he received his diploma
1931-36 one of three Japanese architects who worked under Le Corbusier in Paris (the other two are Mayekawa Kunio and Yoshizaka Takamasa)
1947 established his own office in Tokyo
1948 established his own office in Osaka
1969 September 1, passed away in Tokyo

project list

 

1951/61 L'INSTITUT FRANCO-JAPONAIS, Shinjuku ward, Tokyo
1951 MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Kamakura city, Kanagawa

1951/1961

L'INSTITUT FRANCO-JAPONAIS TOKYO

address:  
15 Ichigaya-Funagawara-cho, Shinjuku ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   2049 m² (817+1232 m²)
maps:   [Yahoo]
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 86

1951

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, KAMAKURA

神奈川県立近代美術館 - Kanagawa-kenritsu Kindai Bijutsu-kan

address:   2-1-53 Yukinoshita, Kamakura city, Kanagawa
© robert baum tokyo, 21.11.2010
© robert baum tokyo, 21.11.2010

exhibitions, presentations, lectures

2009.07.07 - 09.27

2009.05.30 - 07.06