TOKIHIKO TAKATANI
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    Tokihiko Takatani
     
    Architect
    Born in Kagawa, Japan, 1952 
     
    Present Position:
    Principal, Takatani and Associates 
    Professor, Graduate School of Tohoku Koeki University 
     
    Professional Affiliation:
    Registered Architect, Japan
    Member; Architectural Institute of Japan
         Japan Urban Design Institute
         Japan Society of Urban and Regional Planner
     
    Education:
    1976 University of Tokyo, Bachelor of Urban Design
     
    Work experience:
    1976-1989 Designer, Junior Associate, Maki and Associates, Tokyo
     

 
    Teaching: 
    1991     Visiting Lecturer, Bunka Gakuen School of Architecture
    2000~   Visiting Lecturer, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Kogakuin University
    1996~2005 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Nagaoka  Institute of Design
    2000~2002 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Urban Design, University of Tokyo
    2005~   Professor, Graduate School, Tohoku Koeki University
     

 
    Awards and Prizes: 
    1992 Honorable Mention, SDA ( Sign Design Association) Annual Design Competition 
    1993 Awards of Excellence, Annual Architectural Competition, Taito Ward, Tokyo 
    1997 Winner, Architectural Competition for the Municipal Institution for Mentally disabled Person,
   Setagaya, Tokyo
 
    2000 Winner, Architectural Competition for the Municipal Community Center in Chiba Prefecture 
    2002 Awards of Excellence, Annual Architectural Competition, Chiba City
    2002 Awards of Excellence, Annual Architectural Competition, Chiba Prefecture
    2005 Awards of Excellence, Annual Architectural Competition, Hekinan City
    2006 Honorable Mention, AIJ (Architectural Institute of Japan) Architectual Competition on Ideas for Desirable Urban Unit
    2006 Awards of Excellence, 10th Public Buildings Competition
    2006 Honorable Mention, SDA ( Sign Design Association) Annual Design Competition
    2007 Winner, Architectural Competition for the Fujisawa Shuhei Memorial Museum
    2009 Honoble Mention, Competition of Ohtaki Town Hall
     

 
    Principal Architectural Works:
    1997 Sukippu, Municipal Institution for Mentally Disabled People, Setagaya, Tokyo
    1997 Multi-purpose Hall of Kawawa Junior High School, Yokohama, Shin-Kenchiku
    2000 Tsuruoka Kid's House, Yamagata
    2002 Makuhari Baytown Core, Municipal Community center, Chiba
    2002 Sunny House, Rest House in the Wild Flower Garden of Chubu Electric Power Co. Nagoya
    2007 H Residence, Setagaya, Tokyo
    2009 Fujisawa Shuhei Memorial Museum
     

 
    Publication:
    1980 "Miegakure Suru Toshi (The City hidden and seen)", Kajima Institute Publishing, Tokyo
   (Japanese)
    2007 "From of Urban Architecture", AIJ, Tokyo (Japanese)
    2009 "Creatie Town Planning", Gakuyo, Tokyo (Japanese)
     

 
    Principal Articles on Architecture and Urban Design:
    1987 Tokyo Street Patterns, A historical Analysis. Japan Echo (English)
    1992 JAPANESE VERSUS WESTERN SPATIAL PARADIGMS, European Association of School of
   Planning, coauthored by H.Dunin Woyseth. (English)
    1997 Thoughts on the Urban Design Control System of Shinjyuku Ward, Zoukei 97.12(Japanese)
    1998 On Sukippu, Municipal Institution for Mentally Disabled People, Nikkei Architecture.
   (Japanese)
    1999 Thoughts on the design of Multi-purpose Hall of Kawawa Junior High School,
   Shin-Kenchiku, 99.01 (Japanese)
    2002 What happened to the people who participated in the design process of the Makuhari
   Baytown Core?, Shin-Kenchiku, 2002.05 (Japanese)
    2003 The design concept of Sukippu, Municipal Institution for Mentally Disabled People,
   Kenchiku Shiryo Shusei 94. (Japanese)
    2008 Marugame Town Parking building, Shin-Kenchiku, 2008.01 (Japanese)
     
     
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