Hiroyuki Wakabayashi

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Hiroyuki Wakabayashi (若林広幸, Wakabayashi Hiroyuki, 1949-) is a Japanese architect.[1]

One of his first major notable works was a pickle shop in his native Kyoto in 1990, followed by Humax Pavilion in Tokyo's Shibuya. His 1995 design for the Rapi:t express train that links Osaka's Namba Station with Kansai International Airport won the Blue Ribbon Prize. He has also designed Keihan Electric Railway's Uji Station (1995) and the Mainichi Shimbun's offices in Kyoto (1999).

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  1. ^ Kestenbaum, Jackie; Gallery, Wallach Art; d'architecture, Centre canadien (1991). Emerging Japanese architects of the 1990s. Columbia University Press. pp. 52–. ISBN 978-0-231-07501-5. Retrieved 22 April 2011.