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Tadao Ando Biograpy

Tadao Ando (Ando Tadao 安藤 忠雄?, Born 13 September 1941 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese architect. Professor Emeritus University of Tokyo. Pritzker Architecture Prize winners. Movement consultant for Parliamentary Forum for New Japan (Congressional Forum for New Japan or 21 Seiki Rinchō). Characteristic of his work in the form of construction of concrete walls and exposed without finishing.

Born in the district of Minato, Osaka as the twin sons. Raised grandfather and maternal grandmother in the district of Asahi, Ando earned the surname of his mother's family. Twin brother named Takao Kitayama, has a consulting and design firm, Kitayama & Company in Tokyo. Kojiro Kitayama architect Peter Eisenman was collaborating with his youngest brother.

Ando once night lectures at the Department of Architecture Osaka Institute of Technology Junior College, but not to completion. Great Ando is the name of the ring as a professional boxer. Prize money from boxing to wear to wander into the United States, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Architecture is often said to be learned by self-taught by reading books and watching the works of architecture in the way in many countries. However, after graduating from technical secondary schools, Ando had enrolled in art school Setsu Setsu Mode Seminar, founded Nagasawa. In addition, he worked for a firm of architects, interior as well as a course in writing. Before designing the building, Ando had handled the interior a number of cafes in the Kansai region.

In 1969, Ando founded the architect Tadao Ando Architects & Associates in Osaka. His office has received orders residential buildings. The works originally included in the Rose Garden district Ikuta, Kobe (1977) worked with Yasuhiro Hamano Hamano of the Team.

Japan Institute of Architects received the award for residential design is simple in Osaka, Sumiyoshi No Nagaya (Azuma House) in 1979. Since then, Ando developed a style of architecture in the form of geometric shapes of concrete exposed without finishing.

In the 1980's, Ando's work keeps popping up in the Kansai region (including the Permit Kitano Kitano-cho, Kobe, and the area of ​​Shinsaibashi, Osaka), shopping centers, temples, and churches. Building public facilities and generates a lot of art museums in the 1990s. Ando was also invited as a visiting professor in foreign countries, such as Yale University (1987), Columbia University (1988), Harvard University (1889), and the University of South California (2002). Since 1997, Ando became a lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, and after retirement gets the title of Professor Emeritus (2003), as well as an Tokubetsu eiyo kyōju (Extraordinary Honorary Professor University of Tokyo) in 2005.

the work of selected

Tomishima house, Osaka (now offices architect Tadao Ando)

No Nagaya Sumiyoshi (Azuma House), Osaka

Koshino house, Ashiya, Hyogo Prefecture

Rokko Housing One, the district Nada, Kobe
Time's Building I, Kyoto
Festival, Naha, Okinawa Prefecture
Chapel on Mount Rokko, Nada district of Kobe
Kidosaki home, Setagaya, Tokyo

Guest House Old / New Rokko, Hyogo Prefecture

Chapel on the Water, Hokkaido

Church of the Light, Ibaraki, Osaka
Raika Headquarters, Osaka
Kodomo no Yakata (children's museum), Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture

Museum of Literature Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture
Time's House II, Kyoto
Water Temple (Honpuku Mizudō-ji), Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture

Japanese Pavilion at Expo 92, Sevilla, Spain
Kumamoto Prefecture Museum of Ancient Tomb
Hoshinoko Yakata (inn owned by the city of Himeji), Hyogo Prefecture
Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture

Vitra Conference Pavilion, Weil am Rhein, Germany - the first work abroad
Two Rokko Housing, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture
Nursing University of Hyogo, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture
Kanazu Kahoku City Elementary School, Kahoku, Ishikawa Prefecture

Chikatsu-Asuka Museum, Osaka Prefecture
Suntory Museum, Tempozan, Osaka
Wood Culture Museum, Hyogo Prefecture
Garden of Fine Arts, Kyoto Prefecture
Nariwa Art Museum, Okayama Prefecture
Building Kiyo Bank, Branch Sakai, Osaka Prefecture

Meditation Space, UNESCO headquarters, Paris
Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum Annex, Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
High Plains Art Museum Koumi, Nagano Prefecture
Nagaragawa Convention Center, Gifu, Gifu Prefecture

Asahi Beer Arts Museum Ōyamazaki Sanso, Ōyamazaki city, Kyoto Prefecture

Fabrica (Benetton's research center), Treviso, Italy
Toto Seminar House, the city of Awaji, Hyogo Prefecture

Daylight Museum, Shiga Prefecture

Nishinomiya Shell Museum, Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture
Library Toyosaka Niigata, Niigata, Niigata Prefecture

Awaji Yume Butai, Awaji, Hyogo Prefecture
Kiseki no Hoshi Greenhouse, Yumebutai Awaji, Hyogo Prefecture
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, St. Petersburg. Louis, Missouri

Hyogo Prefecture Museum of Art, Kobe
Teatro Armani Armani headquarters, Milan, Italy
Ryotaro Shiba Memorial Museum, Higashiosaka, Osaka Prefecture
Museum Sayamaike Osaka Prefecture, Higashiosaka, Osaka Prefecture
Universal City station, Osaka

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas
Reading International Children's Library, the district Taito, Tokyo
Nishida Kitaro Museum of Philosophy, Kahoku city, Ishikawa Prefecture
Shikokumura Gallery, Kochi, Kochi Prefecture

Onomichi Art Museum, Onimichi, Hiroshima Prefecture
Kinjō Junior High School, Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture
Tokyo Art Museum, City House Sengawa, Chofu city, Tokyo
Chichu Art Museum, the city of Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture
Secondary school Kuzuzuka Niigata, Niigata, Niigata Prefecture

Omotesando Hills, district of Shibuya, Tokyo
New Tokyo Tower, Shinjuku district, Tokyo (in development)

21 21 Design Sight, district of Minato, Tokyo
Museum Saka No Ue No Kumo, Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture


1979: awards Architectural Institute of Japan - no Nagaya Sumiyoshi (Azuma House)
1983: Japan Cultural Design awards (Rokko Housing)
1985: Alvar Aalto Medal of the Finnish Association of Architects
1989: Gold Medal of Architecture, French Academy of Architecture
1992: Carlsberg Architectural awards, Denmark
1993: Japan Art Academy awards
1995: Pritzker awards
1995: Chevalier de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France
1997: Royal Gold Medal, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
2002: AIA Gold Medal, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
2005: UIA Gold Medal, Union Internationale des Architectes


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Tadao Ando. Tadao Ando dītērū genzushū: Rokko no Shugo jūtaku, Sumiyoshi No Nagaya. Shokokusha, 1984. ISBN 4-395-11044-4
Tadao Ando. Kokan surudezain. Rikuyosha, 1985. ISBN 4-89737-041-8
Nihon no kenchikuka henshūbu. Tadao Ando - Chōhatsusuru Hako, Maruzen, 1986. ISBN 4-621-03044-2
Ando Tadao.Tabi - Indo, Toruko, Okinawa (Sumaigaku taikei 20), 1989. ISBN 4-7952-0880-8
SD Henshūbu. Tadao Ando 2: 1981-1989, Kajima shuppan kai, 1990. ISBN 4-306-04275-8
Tadao Ando. Tadao Ando hōkō toshi no. Magajin thirsty, 1992. ISBN 4-8387-0359-7
Henshūbu SD, ed. Tadao Ando 3: Anbiruto purojekuto (1975-1991). Kajima shuppan kai, 1993. ISBN 4-306-04315-0
Tadao Ando, ​​Yukio Futagawa, ed. Tadao Ando Details (Tadao Ando ditēru-shu), ADAEdita Tokyo, 1991 -. ISBN 4-87140-551-6, ISBN 4-87140-555-9, ISBN 4-87140-556-7
Tadao Ando, ​​Riichi Miyake. Suntory Museum Tempozan. Kajima shuppan kai, 1995. ISBN 4-306-04339-8
Tadao Ando. Tadao Ando Koso no yume: jishin fukkō to Osaka-wan Bay Area Project, Asahi Shimbunsha, 1995. ISBN 4-02-258620-6
Tadao Ando, ​​Atsushi Shimada, et al. O Manabu dezain Gendai no hito ni TAME. Sekaishisosha, 1996. ISBN 4-7907-0594-3
Tadao Ando. Ie 1969-96 (Sumaigaku taikei 76), Sumai no Kyoku shuppan toshokan, ISBN 4-7952-0876-X
Tadao Ando, ​​Riichi Miyake. Naoshima Contemporary Myūjiamu Ato. Kajima shuppan kai, 1996. ISBN 4-306-04348-7
Tokyo Daigaku Kenkyu Tadao Ando Kōgakubu Kenchikugakka Shitsu. World Architects in their Twenties: no 20-dai.Toto Kenchikukatachi shuppan, 1999. ISBN 4-88706-177-3
Tadao Ando. O Kenchiku kataru. Tokyo Daigaku shuppan kai, 1999. ISBN 4-13-063800-9
Tadao Ando. Awaji Yumebutai: Sennen no kiroku Teien, Shinkenchikusha, 2000. ISBN 4-7869-0154-7
Nishi Kazuo, Tadao Ando, ​​et al. Daiku kara sekai ga dōgu mieru: kenchiku, minzoku, rekishi soshite Bunka. Gogatsu Shobo, 2001. ISBN 4-7727-0341-1
Tadao Ando. Rensen renpai. Tokyo Daigaku shuppan kai, 2001. ISBN 4-13-063804-1
Tadao Ando. Kenchiku ni yume o Mita. (NHK library 149). Nihon Hoso shuppan kai, 2002. ISBN 4-14-084149-4
Tadao Ando. Tadao Ando: Light and Water. New York: Monacelli Press, 2003. ISBN 1-58093-113-8
Waga Kakutō kenchiku: Tadao Ando: Tadao Ando (DVD), NHK Software-Columbia Music Entertainment, ISBN 4-930873-38-X
Tadao Ando. Le Corbusier yuki no aru jūtaku, Shinchōsa, 2004. ISBN 4-10-602119-6
Tadao Ando, ​​et al. Hikari no iro. Phaidon, 2004. ISBN 4-902593-01-7
Tadao Ando, ​​Yukio Futagawa. Tadao Ando kenchiku shuhō. A.D.A Edita Tokyo, 2005. ISBN 4-87140-663-6
Arata Isozaki, Tadao Ando, ​​et al. Jūtaku no shatei. Toto shuppan, 2006. ISBN 4-88706-274-5

Azuma House

Suntory Museum, Tempozan, Osaka

Water Temple (Honpuku Mizudō-ji)


Tadao Ando Biograpy
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