Jun Mitsui

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Jun Mitsui
Jun Mitsui 2010.jpg
Jun Mitsui (2010)
Born
NationalityJapan
OccupationArchitect
PracticeJun Mitsui & Associates Architects
BuildingsThe Jewels of Aoyama, 2005

De Beers Ginza Building, 2007
The Ice Cubes, 2008

HongDae Project:Yellow Diamond, 2010

Jun Mitsui (born 1955 in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan) is a Japanese architect known for designing high-rise buildings and high-end retail buildings in Japan and other countries.[1]

After graduating from Tokyo University, Jun Mitsui worked for Architect Shinichi Okada in Japan until 1982.

After he received his Master of Architecture from Yale University in 1984, he practiced at Cesar Pelli & Associates, Inc. until 1992.

He returned to Tokyo as a principal of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects Japan and went on to found Jun Mitsui & Associates, Architects in 1995.

Jun Mitsui is a member of AIA (American Institute of Architects), JIA (Japan Institute of Architects) and Japan Architects Academy, and is a licensed architect in both Japan and the United States. In 2007, he served as a president of AIA Japan. He and his firm have been honored with numerous architectural awards.

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  1. ^ Hasanovic, Aisha (2006). 2000 Architects. Images Publishing. p. 332. ISBN 9781920744939. Retrieved 11 October 2014.

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