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1985SD Review ‘85SD 

1986Design Competition for the redevelopment of the Shinsaibashi

1986Display of the Year, Japan, “Emilio Ambasz” Exhibition

1988Display of the Year, Japan, “Alvar Aalto” Exhibition

1988Osaka Industrial Design Contest, L Unit System

1988SD Review‘88SD 

1989Arflex Design Competition

1993House Award, Tokyo Society of Architects

1995Mainichi Design Prize

1996Yoshioka Prize

1996JIA Kansai Architects

1996Innovative Award, Tokyo Journal

1996Ecoplice House Competition, IAA (International Architects Academy)IAA

1997The JIA Prize for the best young architect of the year

1998Tohoku Prize, Architectural Institute of Japan for Tazawako Station

1999ar+d, Architectural Review, UK for Paper Churchar+d賞 Architectural Review

19994th International Festival for Architecture in Video by IMAGE,

1999Architecture for Humanity Design Award for Paper Log House

2000The Augustus Saint-Gaudens Award from the Cooper Union,

NYThe Augustus Saint-Gaudens Award 

2000Akademie der Kunste (Berlin Art Award), Germany

2001Nikkei New Office Award, for GC Osaka Building

2001World Architecture Awards 2001:

Europe Category, Public/Cultural Category for the Japan Pavilion

2001Gengo Matsui Award for the Japan Pavilion

2001The Prize of Japan Society for Finishing Technology, for GC Osaka Building

2001Time Magazine Innovator of the Year

2002World Architecture Awards 2002: Best House in the World, Naked House

2004Grande Medaille France Academie d’Architecture

2005Thomas Jefferson Medalist in Architecture

2005Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize in Architecture

2005AIA New York Chapter Design Awards-Project Honors:

Nomadic Museum-NYAIA New York Chapter Design Awards-Project Honors

2007MIPIM Awards 2007:Residential Developments 1st Prize, Kirinda Project, Sri Lanka

2007MIPIM Awards 2007:Special Tribute, Kirinda Project, Sri Lanka

2008Urban Land Institute Awards for Excellence: Finalist, Kirinda Project,

Sri LankaUrban Land Institute Awards for Excellence、Finalis

2009Japan Project International Award, Student Jury’s Award:

Chengdu Hualin Elementary School, ChinaJapan

2009Grand Prize of AIJ 2009: Nicolas G. Hayek Center

2010International Architecture Awards, Chicago Athenaeum of Architecture and Design,

European Center Architecture Art Design; Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Clubhouseイ

2010International Prize for Sustainable Architecture, Gold Medal, Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Clubhouse

2011Design for Asia Awards, Grand Award / Gold Award -Paper Partition System

2011Auguste Perret Prize

2012Mainich Art Prize

2012Art Prize from Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs

2012KALMANI Prize 2012, Mexico CityKALMANI Prize 2012

2013Elle Décor Design Award 2013, Wall Covering -Module H, Hermès Maison

2013iF Design Award -lamp Yumi, Fontana ArteiF

2014Good Design Award -lamp Yumi, Fontana Arte

2014The Pritzker Architecture Prize

2014Joie de Vivre Award

2014Kyoto City Artistic and Cultural Commendations, Sparkle Grand Award

2014Asia Game Changers Awards (Asia Society, NY)

2015The Asahi Prize

2015Crystal Award (World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland)

2015Shigemitsu Award for Global Cultural Exchange

2015Posey Leadership Award

2015LCD Awards2015 Best Emerging Culture Destination Asia

Pacific Award, Oita Prefectural Art Museum

2016JIA Grand Prix 2015, Oita Prefectural Art MuseumJIA

2016RIBA Awards for International Excellence, Oita Prefectural Art Museum

2016 RIBA Awards for International Excellence -

2016GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2016 GOOD DESIGN GOLD AWARD,
Paper Partition System [Paper Partition System for Earthquake Kumamoto, Japan]

20172017 AIA Awards - Architecture. Aspen Art Museum2017 AIA Awards - Architecture 

2017GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2017 GOOD DESIGN SPECIAL AWARD [DISASTER RECOVERY DESIGN],
Wooden Prefabricated Temporary Housing/Kumamoto Earthquake-

SHIGERU BAN
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Shigeru Ban (HE , Ban Shigeru, born 5 August 1957) is a Japanese architect, known for his innovative work with paper, particularly recycled cardboard tubes

used to quickly and efficiently house disaster victims. He was profiled

by Time magazine in their projection of 21st century innovators

in the field of architecture and design.

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Ban was born in Tokyo Japan. He studied at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.

Later he went to Cooper Union's School of Architecture,

where he studied under John Hejduk and graduated in 1984. From Hejduk (who was a part of the New York Five),Ban gained an interest in "architectonic poetics"or the creation of "three-dimensional poetry".

Hejduk, the most experimentally minded of the New York Five, [citation needed] had a lasting influence on Ban, whose work reflects continuing explorations into basic geometric elements.[citation needed]

Ban's formal explorations with basic building materials helped to lead him into unique structural solutions.

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