CURRICULUM VITAE

Yukitoshi Wakatsuki

Present Position

Director, Maki and Associates

Education

1971
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Tokyo
1973
Master of Architecture, University of Tokyo

Professional Affiliations

Registered Architect, Japan
Member, The Japan Institute of Architects

Teaching and Research

1982-1992
Visiting Critic, School of Architecture, Tokyo University of Science
1993-1997
Visiting Critic, School of Environmental Information, Keio University

Publications

Miegakure suru Toshi (collaboration)
Forms of Housing, Mediterranean Region (collaboration)
The Architect: Chapters in the History of the Profession (translation)
The Dwelling (translation)

Major Project

1975
The National Aquarium, Okinawa
1978
Iwasaki Art Museum
1981
Keio University Library, Mita Campus
1988
Tsuda Hall
1994
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus, Kanagawa, Japan
1997
Kaze-no-Oka Crematorium, Oita, Japan
2002
Fukui Prefectural Library and Archives, Fukui, Japan
2004
The National Institute for Japanese Language, Tokyo, Japan
2007
Mihara Performing Arts Center, Hiroshima, Japan
2009
Annenberg Public Policy Center University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
2012
New Machida City Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Competition

1997
Fukushima Gender Equality Center (First Prize)
1997
Fukui Prefectural Library and Archives (First Prize)
2000
The National Institute for Japanese Language (First Prize)
2004
Mihara Performing Arts Center (First Prize)
2005
Annenberg Public Policy Center University of Pennsylvania (First Prize)
2006
New Machida City Hall (First Prize)
2011
Nagano Pergorming Arts Center (First Prize)