KIKUTAKE Kiyonori Archive
These are drawing materials (about 15,000 pieces) prepared after 1953 among those prepared by the architect KIKUTAKE Kiyonori and by the KIKUTAKE Architectural Studio (renamed KIKUTAKE Kiyonori Architectural Office in 1962). As of 2023, the materials are being collected for further endowment.
KIKUTAKE Kiyonori entered Architecture Department, Special Engineering Division of Waseda University in 1944, and entered Architectural Department, School of Science and Engineering of Waseda University in 1947. After graduating from Architectural Department, School of Science and Engineering of Waseda University in 1950, he joined Takenaka Corporation. He then joined Murano Mori Architectural Design Office in 1952. He established KIKUTAKE Architectural Studio in 1953 (renamed KIKUTAKE Kiyonori Architectural Office in 1962), and became a lecturer at the Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering of Waseda University in 1959.
- 1956 Ishibashi Culture Hall
- 1958 Sky house
- 1960 Ocean City, Unabara
- 1963 Izumo Shrine, Cho-no ya
- 1964 Hotel Tokoen
- 1965 Tokuunji Temple Columbarium
- 1966 Miyakonojo Civic Center
- 1968 Miyakonojo Civic Center
- 1969 Osaka Expo Tower
- 1972 Kyoto Community Bank, Nishijin Branch
- 1974 Pasadena Heights
- 1975 Aquapolis,International Ocean Exposition
- 1987 Ginza Theatre Hotel
- 1992 Edo-Tokyo Museum
- 2004 Kyushu National Museum
Past Exhibitions in NAMA
- The Spirit of Architecture Kiyonori KIKUTAKE in Architectural Archives, 2014
- Museums by Japanese Architects 1940s -1980s: Origins and Trajectories, 2020
Contents Ishibashi Culture Center / Art Museum, Shimane Prefectural Museum, Hatakeyama Art Museum (schematic plan)
- Designing Home : Masterpiece Houses from NAMA’s Collection 1940-1975, 2021
Contents Sky house, Inoue House.
- Kodomonokuni：Children’s Land -Nature, Future and Metabolism Architecture [Concurrent exhibition] NAMA’s Recent Collections, 2022 Contents Summer Camp.