Van Gogh Museum Building: Kisho Kurokawa Holland

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Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

Dutch Arts Development by Kisho Kurokawa in The Netherlands, Europe

Van Gogh Museum – Exhibition Wing

Date built: 1990-98/99

Design: Kisho Kurokawa, Japanese architect

Location: south west of the city centre, easy to find, just follow the main pedestrian route from Dam Square out to the museum quarter.

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This Van Gogh Museum building is the most important European building by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, whose work is mostly located in Japan.

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Van Gogh Museum building : original by Gerrit Rietveld

Van Gogh Museum – Exhibition Wing architect : Kisho Kurokawa

Building seen in distance from southwest across the park:
Van Gogh Museum
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Kisho Kurokawa (born 1934 in Nagoya ; died 2007 in Tokyo ) was a Japanese architect, a representatives of Metabolism. Winner of Gold medal of the Academy of Architecture, France (1986) and The Chicago Athenaeum Museum International Architecture Award (2006).

Key buildings include Pacific Tower, La Défense ; Museum of Contemporary Art Hiroshima City ; German-Japanese Center, Berlin ; Capsule Hotel, Osaka ; and the Museum in Nagoya, Nagoya.

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