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Itsuko Hasegawa – Key Projects

Major Designs by architect Itsuko Hasegawa, alphabetical:

Fuefukigawa Museum of Fruit, Yamanashi, Japan
Dates built: 1993-94/95
Yamanashi Fruits Museum, Yamanashi, Japan

Yamanashi Fruits Museum building
photographs : Mitsumasa Fujitsuka and Itsuko Hasegawa

Imai Newtown, Japan
Date built: –

Namekawa Housing, Japan
Date built: 1998

Niigata City Performing Arts Centre, Japan
Date built: –

Shonandai Bunka Center, Kanagawa, Japan – Cultural Centre
Date built: 1990
Shonandai Cultural Centre, Kanagawa, Japan

Shonandai Cultural Centre Kanagawa building
photograph : Shuji Yamada

Sumida Culture FactoryTokyo, Japan
Date built: 1994/97
Sumida Culture Factory, Tokyo, Japan
photograph : Mitsumasa Fujitsuka and Itsuko Hasegawa

Suzu Performing Arts Centre, Ishikawa, Japan
Date built: 2006
Suzu Performing Arts Centre, Ishikawa, Japan
photograph : Shigeru Ono

T-house, Japan
Date built: –

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Itsuko Hasegawa – Practice Information

This architect was born in Shizuoka, Japan, 1941

Architectural Education:
Kanto Gakuin University – graduated 1964

Architect studio set up in 1979

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Cultural Center Kadare Building
photograph © 2012 Taisuke Ogawa

After graduating from the Department of Architecture at Kanto Gakuin University, Itsuko became a research student in the Department of Architecture at Tokyo Institute of Technology, according to the architecture firm’s website.

In 1979 she established Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier. Her projects include a variety of houses and public buildings.

In 1986 she received the Design Prize from the Architectural Institute of Japan for her Bizan Hall project. Her residential projects also earned a Japan Cultural Design Award. She won first prize in the open competition for the Shonandai Cultural Center.

In 1997 she was elected as one of the Honorary Fellows of RIBA. She has completed her winning entry for the Niigata City Performing-Arts Center and Area Development. In 2000 she received the Japan Art Academy Award.

In 2001 she received the Honorary Degree Award at University College London. In 2006 she was elected as one of the Honorary Fellows of AIA.

Selected Architectural Awards for this Japanese Architecture firm:

2000: Japan Art Academy Award

2000: Gold Honourble Mentions on the 12th Belgrade Triennail

2000: Public Building Award on the 7th for Oshima-machi Picture Book Museum, Toyama, Japan

2001: The Honorary Degree Award at University College London (UCL), England, UK

2001: First Prize, The plaza International Design Competition, Taipei, Taiwan

2002: First Prize, Competition of Pachinco Hall Design Competition, Tokyo, Japan
Program: Pachinko Hall, Shop, Restaurant
Structural System: Steel Frame
Height: 2 Storeys
Completion Date: Feb 2002

2004: Public Building Award on the 9th for Niigata Performing Arts center, Niigata, Japan

2006: BCS Prize for SUZU Performing Arts Center, Ishikawa, Japan

2008: First prize, competition of Point d’Issy, France

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