K.Associates, Architects – Waro Kishi

K.Associates, Architect, Japan, Kyoto Design Studio, Japanese Buildings, Images

Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES/Architects, Kyoto

Japanese Architecture Practice: Design Studio Information + Photos

Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by K.Associates, alphabetical:

House in Fukaya, Japan
Date built: 2001
Fukaya House
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES/Architects – key design
This house is located in Fukaya, Saitama Prefecture on the north Kanto plain. Despite its proximity to megalopolitan Tokyo, the site is encompassed by monotonous, semi-urban surroundings, typical of north Kanto a setting that discourages description as a “city suburb.”
The house has a rectangular plan that is tripartite in function. The south part contains the private elements the garage and bedrooms on two levels. The north part contains the living/dining area. A court with a pool is placed between them in the center of the building.

Glashaus / Utsubo, Japan
Date built: 2007
Glashaus / Utsubo
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Glashaus / Utsubo

House in Higashi-Otsu, Japan
Date built: 2003
House in Higashi-Otsu
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
House in Higashi-Otsu

House in Kurakuen II, Japan
Date built: 2001
Kurakuen II House
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Kurakuen II House

House in Nipponbashi, Japan
Date built: 1992
House in Nipponbashi
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
House in Nipponbashi

Memorial Hall in Yamaguchi, Japan
Date built: 1997
Memorial Hall in Yamaguchi
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Memorial Hall in Yamaguchi

The Meridian line Akashi Ferry Terminal, Japan
Date built: 2003
Akashi Ferry Terminal
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Akashi Ferry Terminal

Stadium600, Japan
Date built: 2001
Stadium600
photo © Hitoyuki Hitai
Stadium600

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Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES Practice Information

Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES/Architects studio based in Kyoto, Japan

2016-
Professor, Kyoto University of Art and Design

2010-16
Professor, Kyoto University

2004
Visiting professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

2003
Visiting professor, University of California, Berkeley

1993-2010
Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Taught Architecture Design in Kyoto Institute of Technology

1993-
Established this architects office in Kyoto, Japan.

Japanese Architects Practices – key contemporary design studios in Japan.

Recent Awards:

2014
Honorable Mention, 6th Kenchikujin Awards
Special Mention, Fritz-Höger-Preis 2014 für Backstein-Architektur
Honourable Mention in Building category of Kyoto Cityscape Awards

2012
Gold Award, Global Design Awards 2011, HKDA

2009
Housing Design Award for Osaka

Japanese Buildings
Property in Asamayama
photo : 45g Photography

Tokyo Buildings

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Website: k-associates.com