CURRICULUM VITAE

Tomoyoshi Fukunaga

Present Position

Director, Maki and Associates

Education

1967
Bachelor of Architecture, Waseda University

Professional Affiliations

Registered Architect, Japan
Member, The Japan Institute of Architects
Member, Japan Urban Design Institute

Research & Advisory

1973-1982
Member, Committee of Second School Project, National Land Agency
1986-1999
Reseach on Redevelopment of Ohtemachi District, Toyama City
1989-2003
Research on Redevelopment of Kitanakadori South District, Yokohama City

Major Project

1975
The National Aquarium, Okinawa
1977
Kota Kinabalu Sports Complex and Park, Malaysia
1998
Iwasaki Art Museum, Kagoshima
1985
SPIRAL, Art Center, Tokyo
1986
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
1989
TEPIA, Science Pavilion, Tokyo
1989
Makuhari Messe, Chiba
1997
Natori Performing Art Center, Miyagi
1990
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, Tokyo
1999
Toyama International Conference Center, Toyama
2003
TV Asahi Headquarters, Tokyo
2006
Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo, Shimane
2007
Toyoda Auditorium Renovation, Nagoya University, Nagoya
2012
Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo Senjyu Campus, Tokyo
2012
Shimizu Performing Art Center, Shizuoka

Competition

1972
Low-Cost Housing in Lima, Peru (First Prize)
1984
Tokyo Metroporlitan Gymnasium, Tokyo (First Prize)
1986
Makuhari Messe, Chiba (First Prize)
1999
Vuosaari Tower, Helsinki, Finland (Second Prize)
2002
Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo, Shimane (First Prize)
2005
Redevelopment of Taipei Main Station Area, Taiwan (First Prize)
2008
Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo Senjyu Campus, Tokyo(First Prize)
2009
Shimizu Performing Art Center, Shizuoka(First Prize)
2011
The Bihar Museum, Patna, India(First Prize)