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Nikken Sekkei News

30 Nov 2018

Shanghai Greenland Centre / Greenland Being Funny in Shanghai
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Nikken Sekkei won the ‘Shopping – Completed Buildings’ award for their Shanghai Greenland Centre / Greenland Being Funny in Shanghai, China. The Japanese practice was praised by the festival’s judges for the building, which they deemed “a radically original approach to the urban mall” and felt it demonstrated “creative mastery” of the client’s brief.

This building is one of the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Day Two Winners

27 Jan 2016
Lines of Life Singapore
Architect: Nikken Sekkei, Architects with Tierra Design and Arup Singapore.
Lines of Life Singapore Park
This Japanese architecture firm was selected by Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority to further refine its design proposal. The team beat an impressive shortlist that included OMA, MVRDV, and West 8. The masterplan includes footpaths, cycle paths and lush plant-filled parks, plus 122 access points that connect back into major roads, transport hubs and new urban development. The park will run from Kranji in the north to Tanjong Pagar Railway Station in the south.

29 Jan 2013

Nikken Sekkei Practice News

Nikken Sekkei Ranks 4th in World Architecture 100 Survey

This international architecture practice has been ranked the world’s fourth largest architecture practice in the World Architecture 100 (WA100) survey.

Nikken Sekkei 4th ranking : World Architecture 100 Survey

Nikken Sekkei Architects – Latest Design

Bank of Chéngdu Headquarters
Bank of Chéngdu HQ Building
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Bank of Chéngdu Headquarters – added 9 Apr 2012
For the Bank of Chengdu headquarter building an impressive 100m cube is created by connecting two highly flexible, 100m long office towers with a variety of common areas including an entrance lobby, a multi-purpose hall, a conference center, and a banker’s club for a total 1 Million square meters of built up floor area.
The cubic building is 100 meters on all sides and is raised 8 meters, thus creating entrances that allow access from a variety of direction.

Nikken Sekkei – Recent Design

Hoki Museum, Chiba, Japan
Hoki Museum Building
image : Harunori Noda
Nikken Sekkei design – Hoki Museum
This is a private museum to exhibit and preserve painting and wines that Mr. Hoki has collected. The essence of collection is not only just to gather things, but also to reconstruct them, exhibit them and establish new meanings. So, the action Mr. Hoki is performing here through gathering realistic paintings and aiming to establish new meanings can be exactly recognized as “collection”.

Nikken Sekkei – Recent Buildings

National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
Date built: 2007
Design: Kisho Kurokawa architect & associates + Nihon Sekkei, Inc:
National Art Center Tokyo
photograph © Robert Day

Nikken Sekkei : Japanese Architecture Tour – added 2 Jun 2011

Burj Al Alam tower, Dubai, UAE
-2012
Burj Al Alam tower
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Burj Al Alam tower : world’s tallest commercial tower

Nikken Sekkei Ltd – Key Projects

Buildings by Nikken Sekkei, alphabetical:

Kakegawa City Hall, Japan
Dates built: 1994-96

Kobe Customs Headquarters Office, Kobe City, Hyogo prefecture, Japan
Date built: 1996-99

Komono-Cho Town Hall, Japan

Midland Square – tower, Meieki distric, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Japan

Nara Prefecture government office – restoration, Japan
Dates built: 1995-99

National Art Center Tokyo, Japan
Design: Kishō Kurokawa Architects & Associates ; Nihon Sekkei Inc.
Worlds Spectacular Museum Buildings
photo : Kevin Hemphill

National Art Center Tokyo

Oyodo-cho Town Hall, Yoshino Gun, Nara Prefecture, Japan
Dates built: 1999-2000

The Saitama – New City Center, Japan
Dates built: 1996-2000

More architecture projects by Nikken Sekkei Architects online soon

Location:Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan ‘