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Richard Kirk. Kirk was established in Brisbane, Australia in 1995 as Richard Kirk Architect. The practice has expertise in architecture, urban design and environmentally sustainable design, with studios in Brisbane, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur. www.richardkirkar...

Jean Baptiste Nicholas (b.Bois Colombes, France, 1983). Graduated from Paris Malaquais School of Architecture in 2001. In 2005, he was join the Metz Pompidou Centre team of Shigeru Ban in Paris. www.n-architect.c...

Curtis Fentress, FAIA, RIBA (born 1947), an American Architect, is the Principal-in-Charge of Design at Fentress Architects, an international design studio he founded in Denver, Colorado in 1980. Fentress Architects also has studios in Los Angeles, CA, San Jose, CA, Washington, D.C. and London, U.K.

Makoto Sei Watanabe. 1976 Completed M.Arch. course at Yokohama National University. 1979 joined Arata Isozaki & Associates. 1984 Established Makoto Sei Watanabe/Architects' Office. Lecturer at the Tokyo Denki University, Housei University,Graduate School Yokohama National University.

Yoshifumi Nakamura. Having developed an attraction to huts when he was a child, Nakamura has since continued to consider the hut to be the archetype of the house throughout his years of thinking earnestly about the nature of dwellings. This exhibition presents the idea of the hut as a medium for re-addressing the question, “What is a house?”.

Christian Kerez. He was born in 1962 in Maracaibo, Venezuela, and studied architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, where he received a Masters in Architecture in 1988. has been a visiting professor at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich since 2001 and is an assistant professor of design and architecture.

Alejandro Aravena, Chilean architect. He has been chosen as the 2009 recipient of the Marcus Prize for Architecture. The Marcus Prize for Architecture is a $100,000 prize funded by the Marcus Corporation Foundation and administered through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning to recognize emerging talent in architecture worldwide.

Kumiko Inui celebrated the launch of the latest issue of JA (Japan Architect 87), which is the first monograph ever dedicated to her work. At the launch, she sketched a scene similar to the JA cover on the window of Nanyodo Bookshop, an architectural bookseller located in the Jinbo-cho district of Tokyo.

Kazuko Fujie.

Yutaka Saito.

Osamu Ishiyama.

Mayumi Miyawaki.

Eisaku ushida + Kathryn Findlay. Ushida Findlay Architects is an architectural practice originating in Tokyo but now based in London. They are known for their unusual, non-rectilinear, neo-expressionist buildings, including their Soft and Hairy House in Tsukuba (1994).[Their starfish-shaped design for a country house at Grafton Hall Estate in Cheshire (2002) was selected in competition but ultimately went unrealised.

Sou Fujimoto. Born in Hokkaido in 1971, he graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1994, and established his own office, Sou Fujimoto Architects, in 2000. Noted for delicate light structures and permeable enclosures, Fujimoto designed several houses, and in 2013, was selected to design the temporary Serpentine Gallery pavilion in London.

David Adjaye. In 1993, the same year of graduation, Adjaye won the RIBA Bronze Medal, a prize offered for RIBA Part 1 projects, normally won by students who have only completed a bachelors degree. Previously a unit tutor at the Architectural Association, he was also a lecturer at the Royal College of Art.

Sinichi Ogawa. 1955 Born in Yamaguchi. 1978 Received B.F.A from Nihon Univ College of Arts.1977 Exchange Student Scholarship Washington State Univ.1984 Awarded Fellowship to study abroad. 1984 Paul Rudolph (NY). 1985 Arquitectonica (NY). 1986 Established Shinichi Ogawa & Ass. 2008 - Professor, Kinki Univ. School of Engineering. Lecturer, Nihon Univ.College of Art. Visiting Professor, Edinburgh College of Art.School of Architecture U.K.

Daryl Sanders Jackson AO (born 7 February 1937) is an Australian architect, and the owner of an international architecture firm, Jackson Architecture. Jackson also became the Associate Professor of the University of Melbourne and Deakin University.

Stéphane Beel is a Flemish contemporary architect. Beel is a prominent representative of the New Simplicity in the last decades of the 20th century in Flanders came to development. Beel is the designer behind the Rubens House, the Raveelmuseum, Ghent courthouse, expanding deSingel and the recent Museum M in Leuven. Soon is also expanding the RMCA Tervuren on his record.

Giuseppe Terragni. Born on April 18th 1904 in the city of Meda, Italy and passed away on July 19th 1943 in Como, Italy. He studied architecture in the Faculty of Architecture in Milan's Polytechnic University in 1921.

Antoine Predock (born 1936 in Lebanon, Missouri) is an American architect based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Antoine Predock is the Principal of Antoine Predock Architect PC. The studio was established in 1967. Predock attended the University of New Mexico and later received his Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University.

Luigi Snozzi (born July 29, 1932 in Mendrisio) is a Swiss architect[1] from Ticino. He is currently working in Locarno and Lugano. He studied at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. From 1962 to 1971, Snozzi worked in association with architect Livio Vacchini. From 1982 to 1984, he was a Visiting Professor and in 1985 he was appointed Professor of Architecture at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.

Claudio Silvestrin (b. Zurich, 5 September 1954) is an Italian architect and designer, and a British citizen. He was educated in Milan, under the guidance of A. G. Fronzoni, before moving to the Architectural Association in London. From 1986 to 1988, Silvestrin worked in partnership with John Pawson at their London studio Pawson Silvestrin Architects.

John Pawson (born 6 May 1949) is a British designer associated with the minimalist aesthetic. Pawson studied at Eton College and the Architectural Association School of Architecture.

Adolf Loos (Adolf Franz Karl Viktor Maria Loos) was an Austrian architect. He was influential in European Modern architecture, and in his essay Ornament and Crime he abandoned the aesthetic principles of the Vienna Secession.

Berthold Romanovich Lubetkin was a Russian émigré architect who pioneered modernist design in Britain in the 1930s. His work includes the Highpoint housing complex, London Zoo penguin pool, Finsbury Health Centre and Spa Green Estate