Ryue Nishizawa

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Ryue Nishizawa
Born 1966 (age 47–48)
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Alma mater Yokohama National University
Awards Rolf Schock Prizes in Visual Arts (2005)
Pritzker Prize (2010)

Ryue Nishizawa (西沢 立衛 Nishizawa Ryūe?, born 1966, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese architect based in Tokyo. He is a graduate of Yokohama National University, and is director of his own firm, Office of Ryue Nishizawa, established in 1997. In 1995, he co-founded the firm SANAA (Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates) with the architect Kazuyo Sejima. In 2010, he became the youngest recipient ever of the Pritzker Prize, together with Sejima.[1]

Projects[edit]

  • Weekend House - 1997 to 1998 - Gunma, Japan
  • Takeo Head Office Store - 1999 to 2000 - Tokyo, Japan
  • House at Kamakura - 1999 to 2001 - Kanagawa, Japan
  • Apartment Building at Ichikawa - 2001 to Present - Chiba, Japan
  • Eda Apartment Building - 2002 to Present - Kanagawa, Japan
  • Funabashi Apartment Building - 2002 to 2004 - Chiba, Japan
  • Moriyama House - 2002 to 2005 - Tokyo, Japan
  • Love Planet Museum - 2003 - Okayama, Japan
  • Video Pavilion - 2003 to Present - Kagawa, Japan
  • House in China - 2003 to Present - Tianjin, China
  • Office Building, Benesse Art Site Naoshima - 2004 - Kagawa, Japan
  • A House - 2004 to 2007 - Tokyo, Japan
  • Naoshima Museum - 2005 to Present - Kagawa, Japan
  • Towada Art Center - 2008 - Aomori, Japan
  • Teshima Art Museum - 2010 - Kagawa, Japan
  • Garden and House - 2013 - Tokyo, Japan

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Pritzker Prize 2010 Media Kit, retrieved 29 March 2010

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