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Arata Isozaki : Architecture

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CityLife skyscraper – endless Tower, Milan, Lombardy, Northwest Italy
Date: 2011-
Design: Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associates
CityLife Milan
image from architects firm

Arata Isozaki : Endless Tower Milan – 25 apr 2013 + 21 Jun 2011
The tower design consists of a modular system which can be repeated indefinitely. The basic module is a long, narrow (24 by 61.5 meters) volume of 6 office floors. The narrow proportions of the plan are intended to make the volume of the tower appear slimmer. The side facades are completely glazed, revealing the glass elevators.

Arata Isozaki Architect – Key Projects

Major Developments by Arata Isozaki, alphabetical:

Mystetskyj Arsenal Cultural-Art and Museum Complex, Kyiv , Russia
Date built: 2008
Mystetskyj Arsenal
image from architects practice
Mystetskyj Arsenal architecture competition : winning design

Art Tower Mito, Mito, Ibaraki, Japan
Date built: 1986-90

Atea towers, Bilbao, Basque Country, North East Spain
Date built: 2008
22 storeys high building

Bond University Campus, Queensland, Australia
Date built: –

D38 Zona Franca Office Complex, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Date built: 2008-09
Design: with Foreign Office Architects

Hotel Puerta America, Madrid, Spain
Date built: 2004-05
Design: various architects – each space designed by a different architecture studio
Hotel Puerta America interior
photograph from HPA
Hotel Puerta America

Kyoto Concert Hall, Kyoto, Japan
Date built: 1991-95

Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California, USA
Date built: 1986
Design: with Gruen Associates
This building is located at 250 South Grand Avenue

Manggha Centre of Japanese Art & Technology, Krakow, Poland

Megaron Concert Hall, Thessalonika, Greece
Date built: 2003-

Nara Centennial Hall, Nara, Japan
Date built: 1992-98

Qatar National Library, Doha, Qatar
Date built: 2002-

St Jordi Sports Pavilion, Hill of Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain
Date built: 1990
Palau Sant Jordi
photo © Adrian Welch
Palau Sant Jordi

Turin Winter Olympics Stadium, Italy
Date built: 2000-06

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Arata Isozaki – Practice Information

Architect studio based in Japan

Portrait Photograph of this Japanese architect:
Arata Isozaki
image from HPA

World Architecture Festival Awards : Super jury leader 2010

This architect worked under Kenzo Tange before establishing his own architecture firm in 1963.

His early projects were influenced by European experiences with a style mixed between “New Brutalism” & “Metabolist Architecture” (Oita Medical Hall, 1959-60) according to Reyner Banham. His style continued to evolve with buildings such as the Fujimi Country Club (1973–74) and Kitakyushu Central Library (1973–74). Later he developed a more modernistic style with buildings such as the Art Tower of Mito (1986–90) and Domus-Casa del Hombre (1991-1995).

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