Shinohara Kazuo

篠原 一男

1925 April 2, born in Shizuoka
1947 graduated from the Tokyo Institute of Physics (now Tokyo University of Science)
1953 graduated from the Architecture Department, Seike Kiyoshi lab, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1954 established his office
1970 became Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, students include Ito Toyo, Sakamoto Kazunari, Hasegawa Itsuko, Yasuda Koichi
2006 July 15, passed away in Kawasaki

awards

 

2005 Grand Prix from the Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ)
2010

special commemorative Golden Lion, Venice Biennale

project list

 

1990 Kumamoto North Police Station, Kumamoto
K2 BUILDING, Osaka
1988 Hanegi-complex, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
Tenmei House, Tsurumi ward, Yokohama
CLINIC IN HANAYAMA, Kobe city, Hyogo
1987 CENTENNIAL HALL, TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Meguro ward, Tokyo
1984 House in Yokohama, Kohoku ward, Yokohama city, Kanagawa
1982 JAPANESE UKIYO-E MUSEUM, Matsumoto city, Nagano
Higashi-Tamagawa complex, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
1981 House under high-voltage lines, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
1980 House in Hanayama No.4, Osada ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
1978 House at a curved road in Uehara, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1977 House in Hanayama No.3, Osada ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
ASHITAKA SUSONO RESIDENCE, Numazu city, Shizuoka
1976 House in Itoshima, Itoshima-gun, Shima-cho, Fukuoka
House in Uehara, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
1975 Residence at Karuizawa Kyuudo, Kitasaku-gun, Karuizawa-cho, Nagano
1974 Prism House, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanakako, Yamanashi
Tanikawa Residence, Naganohara-cho, Gunma
1973 House in Higashi-Tamagawa, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
House in Seijo, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
1972 House in Kugahara, Ota ward, Tokyo
1971 Cubic Forest (at present Nakamura Masayoshi Art Museum), Tama ward, Kawasaki
Dousou no tani, Ota ward, Tokyo
Stairs in the sea, Nerima ward, Tokyo
Empty rectangle, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
1970 Incomplete House, Suginami ward, Tokyo
Shino Residence, Nerima ward, Tokyo
1968 South House in Hanayama, Osada ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
Suzusho Residence, Hayama-cho, Kanagawa
1967 Yamashiro Residence, Isogo Ward, Yokohama city, Kanagawa
1966 Asakura Residence, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
HOUSE IN WHITE, Suginami ward, Tokyo
House on ground, Nerima ward, Tokyo
1965 North House in Hanayama, Osada ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
1963 House with earth floor, Kitasaku-gun, Miyota-cho, Nagano
1961 Umbrella House, Nerima ward, Tokyo
House with large roof, Ota ward, Tokyo
1960 House in Komae, Tokyo
House in Chigasaki, Komae, Tokyo
1958 House in Kugayama No.2, Suginami ward, Tokyo
Tanigawa Residence, Suginami ward, Tokyo
1954 House in Kugayama, Suginami ward, Tokyo

1990

K2 BUILDING

address:   2-9 Higashi-noda-machi, Miyakojima ward, Osaka
total floor area:   9,913 m²
sources:   [The Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 34

1988

CLINIC IN HANAYAMA

address:   2 Hanayama-cho, Nagata ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
total floor area:   2,766 m²
sources:   [The Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 301

1987.09

CENTENNIAL HALL, TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

address:   2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   2,687 m²
sources:  

[The Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 270

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 250-253

1982

JAPANESE UKIYO-E MUSEUM

日本浮世絵博物館 - Nihon Ukiyo-e Hakubutsu-kan

address:   2206-1 Shimadachi Koshiba, Matsumoto city, Nagano
Japanese:   松本市島立小柴2206-1
© robert baum tokyo, 4 October 2010
© robert baum tokyo, 4 October 2010

1977.10
ASHITAKA SUSONO RESIDENCE

address:   Numazu city, Shizuoka
total floor area:   212 m²
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 1978/7 pages 139/150

1966

HOUSE IN WHITE

白の家 - Shiro no ie

address:   Suginami ward, Tokyo
structure:   wood
sources:   [Kenchiku-chishiki] 700 - 2013/3, pages 66-67

publications

 

1964

"Residential Architecture"

1970

"Theories on Residences"

1971

"16 Houses and Architectural Theory"

 

JA 93, Spring 2014

opinions about Shinohara

 

Thomas Daniell

“a key figure who has explicitly refused Western influences and who is nevertheless present in almost every aspect of contemporary Japanese architecture (…). The influence of his work as theoretician, architect and academic has been enormous”

[source: www.labiennale.org/en/architecture/news/koolhaas.html]