Top 10 Japanese Architects Of All Time – Since there are so many good architects, it was a very hard choice of picking only ten! Take note that there’s no specific order for this list. Get to know some of the best architects from the Land of the Rising Sun. Today I’ll be showing you the Top 10 Japanese architects.
Arata Isozaki (born 23 July 1931) is a Japanese architect from Ōita. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1954. Isozaki worked under Kenzo Tange before establishing his own firm in 1963. He developed a more eclectic style with buildings such as the Fujimi Country Club (1973–74) and Kitakyushu Central Library (1973–74).
Later developing a modernistic style with buildings such as the Art Tower of Mito (1986–90), Domus-Casa del Hombre (1991-1995) and plenty more. He has created a number of various works both inside and outside Japan.
He’s not only considered one of the best Japanese architects, but also one of the world’s most illustrious, winning international awards.