. Kisho Kurokawa

Architect born in 1934 in Nagaya, Japan.
Studied Kyoto University, Department of Architecture, and Tokyo University, Graduate School of Architecture. One of the founders of the Metabolism Movement in 1960.

Major works include: National Ethnological Museum; National Bunraku Theatre; Nagoya City Art Museum; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Aty; the Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama; the Japanese-German Centre, Berlin; the Chinese-Japanese Youth Centre, Beijing, China; Melbourne Centre, Australia; Pacific Tower, Paris, France.

Kuala Lumpur Airport and Eco City

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