Saturday 20th August & Sunday 21st August 2011

Takaharu Tezuka
Tezuka Architects, Tokyo

Takaharu and Yui Tezuka established Tezuka Architects in 1994. Both completed a BArch at Musashi Institute of Technology. Takaharu also holds a MArch from University of Pennsylvania and worked with Richard Rogers Partnership and Yui studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. In 2009 Takaharu was appointed Professor of Architecture at Tokyo City University. With spatial designs that are skillfully integrated with the outside environment, their designs range from private houses to community buildings. Their most important works are the Roof House, in which daily life expands onto the roof, and the Echigo-Matsunoyama Museum of Natural Sciencspace. Recent works include the highly awarded Fuji Kindergarten and the compelling Woods of Net.

Echigo-Matsunoyama Museum of Natural Science_Tezuka Architects
Photo_Kats Kida

Fuji Kindergarten_Tezuka Architects
Photo_Kats Kida