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磯崎 新 Arata Isozaki

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Arata Isozaki (磯崎 新, Isozaki Arata; born 23 July 1931 in Iiata) is one of the most iconic Japanese architects. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1954. Isozaki worked under Kenzo Tange before establishing his own firm in 1963. In 2005, Arata Isozaki founded the Italian branch of his office: Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associates.

1986-An architecutural drawing by Arata Isozaki featured in Japan Architect magazine, issue 61, July 1986, p. 9.

Oita Medical Center, 1960.

An early stage sketch for the Fukuoka Hotel Il Palazzo.

Kitakyushu Art Museum

Arata Isozaki on the cover of BLUEPRINT magazine May 1988 Issue. Arata Isozaki. Photograph: Phil Sayer. Art editors: Simon Esterson & Stephen Coates.

Tsukuba Civic Center

West Japan General Exhibition Center in Fukuoka City by Arata Isozaki. 1977

Oita Prefectural Library designed by Arata Isozaki in 1966. Photo: Sergio Duran

Fukuoka Mutual Bank

Japan Fukuoka Hotel Il Palazzo Contextural view

Kitakyushu International Conference Center.

Arata Isosaki, Re-Ruined Hiroshima Prject Hiroshima, Japan.

Montjuic Olympic Stadium was designed by Isozaki for the Barcelona Olympics 1992.

Exterior view of Isozaki's Sports Facility Japan Fujimi Fujimi Country Club.

The Museum of Contemporary Art on Grand Avenue, Los Angeles designed by Isozaki Arata. 1986

Museum of Modern Art, Gunma in Takasaki, Gunma, 1974. The Gunma Museum of Fine Arts is an Art Muesum designed by Arata Isozaki, using aluminium cladding as the construction material.

Team Disney Building

Team Disney Building

Bass Museum of Art in Miami was designed by Arata Isozaki in 2001.