Hiroshi Naito

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Hiroshi Naito (内藤 廣 Naitō Hiroshi?, born 1950) is an architect from Japan. His work includes projects in other countries. He is the principal architect at Hiroshi Naito Architect & Associates.

Naito was born in 1950 in Yokohama, Japan. His practice is based in Tokyo. He is known for his modern architecture.

Naito is Professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo. Naito received a M.Arch from Graduate School of Waseda University. He was chief architect at Fernand Higueras in Madrid, Spain, from 1976-1978 and worked at Kikutake Architects in Tokyo from 1979-1981. Naito established Naito Architect & Associates in 1981.

Naito designed a "dog cooler" for Spitz.[1]

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  1. ^ Architecture for dogs
  2. ^ Manuela Agudo Catalán (2008). El romanticismo en Aragón (1838-1854): literatura, prensa y sociedad. Universidad de Zaragoza. pp. 102–. ISBN 978-84-7733-137-7. Retrieved 14 August 2013. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Hiroshi Naito
  • NAITO, Yoshida, Nobuyuki, Japan Architect #46: Hiroshi Naito, A Special edition devoted to the some 20 years of his career, Publisher: Japan Architect. Year: 2002, Tokyo, ISBN 4786901679, Book Id: 50431

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