Atsushi Kitagawara Bibliography Example

1951 born in Nagano prefecture
1974 graduated from Architecture and Planning Course, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
1977 completed the Master Course, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1982 established Atsushi Kitagawara Architects
currently Professor at Tokyo University of the Arts

office

AKA - Atsushi Kitagawara Architects
2-36-7 Sendagaya, Shibuya ward, Tokyo, 151-0051, Japan
T : 03-3479-1521 / F : 03-3479-1756

北川原温建築都市研究所
〒151-0051 東京都渋谷区千駄ヶ谷2-36-7

www.kitagawara.co.jp

2008 AKASAKA PHOENIX PROJECT, Minato ward, Tokyo
2004 SHOWA TETSUDO HIGH SCHOOL, Toshima ward, Tokyo
2003 SASEBO SHINMINATO TERMINAL, Sasebo city, Nagasaki
TOSHIMA GAKUIN HIGH SCHOOL, Toshima ward, Tokyo
2001 ARS, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
GIFU ACADEMY OF FOREST SCIENCE AND CULTURE, Mino city, Gifu
1999

INDEX, Shibuya ward, Tokyo

1992

HIGASHI NIHONBASHI POLICE BOX, Chuo ward, Tokyo
SCALA, Minato ward, Tokyo

FOG FOREST - SHOWA EMPEROR'S NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK, Tachikawa city, Tokyo

1990

SAPPHO, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
F1 BUILDING, Minato ward, Tokyo

SANTELOCO, Minato ward, Tokyo

ODA RESIDENCE, Setagaya ward, Tokyo

1989

METRO TOUR / EDOKEN OFFICE, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
METROCA, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
GALA, Hirakata city, Osaka

1988

MESA, Tachikawa city, Tokyo
CLOUDY SPOON, Nishitokyo city, Tokyo

1986 ONO KENSETSU HEADQUARTERS BUILDING, Musashino city, Tokyo

395, Minato ward, Tokyo
CINEMA RISE, Shibuya ward, Tokyo

1984 MIAON-KAKU, Minato ward, Tokyo

2008.01

AKASAKA PHOENIX PROJECT

address:   Akasaka, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区赤坂
total floor area:   8,993 m²
sources:   [Nikkei Architecture] 2008/1

2004

SHOWA TETSUDO HIGH SCHOOL

address:   Toshima ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   3,770 m²

2003.10

SASEBO SHINMINATO TERMINAL

佐世保新みなとターミナル - Sasebo Shin-minato Tāminaru

address:   88-3 Shinminato, Sasebo city, Nagasaki
Japanese:   長崎県佐世保市新港町88-3
principal use:   ferry terminal
site area:   4,012.00 m²
building area:   2,365.97 m²
total floor area:   3,415.38 m²
building height:   10.15 m
number of storeys:   2 above ground
construction:   S
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2004/3, pages 52-61, 217

2003.03

TOSHIMA GAKUIN HIGH SCHOOL

豊島学院高校

address:   2-10-1 Hon-cho, Ikebukuro, Toshima ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都豊島区池袋本町2-10-1
maps:   [Google]
total floor area:   1,432 m²
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2003/5, pages 82-89
address:   5-13-1 Jingumae, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区神宮前5-13-1
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   402 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 22

2001
GIFU ACADEMY OF FOREST SCIENCE AND CULTURE

岐阜県立森林文化アカデミー - Gifu-kenritsu shinrin bunka akademī

address:   88 Sodai, Mino city, Gifu
Japanese:   岐阜県美濃市曽代88
maps:   [Google]
total floor area:   7,709 m²
sources:   [The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture]
address:   Stem Harajuku 1-2F, 6-5-6 Jingumae, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区神宮前6-5-6 ステム原宿1~2階
site area:   360.58 m²
building area:   145.04 m²
total floor area:   360.58 m²
storeys:   3 above ground
structure:   S
sources:   [Shotenkenchiku] 1999/12, pages 89-94

1992.11

HIGASHI NIHONBASHI POLICE BOX

address:   2-1 Nihonbashi-Bakuro-cho, Chuo ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都中央区日本橋馬喰町2-1
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   55 m²
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 279

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 78-79

address:   1-14-17 Nishi-Azabu, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区西麻布1-14-17
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   803 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 52

1992

FOG FOREST - SHOWA EMPEROR'S NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK

address:   3-7-4 Jingumae, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区神宮前3-7-4
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   151 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 31
address:   1-3-4 Shibakoen, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区芝公園1-3-4
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   487 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 157
address:   3-1-7 Minami-Aoyama, Minato ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   178 m²
sources:  

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 136-137

address:   1-20-4 Shimouma, Setagaya ward, Tokyo
total floor area:   261 m²
sources:  

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 260-261

address:   5-40-10 Jingumae, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区神宮前5-40-10
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   499 m²
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 20
[Shinkenchiku] 1989/9, pages 252-261

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 168-169

1989.10

METRO TOUR / EDOKEN OFFICE

address:   1-1-1 Kanda-Awaji-cho, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都千代田区神田淡路町1-1-1
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   1,870 m²
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 97

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 54-55

address:   Kamijima, Hirakata city, Osaka
Japanese:   大阪府枚方市上島
total floor area:   1,432 m²
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 1989/9, pages 262-268
address:   1-14-14 Akebono-cho, Tachikawa city, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都立川市曙町1-14-14
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   3,045 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 186
address:   5-4-5 Higashi-Fushimi, Nishitokyo city, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都西東京市東伏見5-4-5
maps:   [Google]
total floor area:   1,166 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 202

1986.10

ONO KENSETSU HEADQUARTERS BUILDING

address:   3-23-3 Kichijoji-honcho, Musashino city, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都武蔵野市吉祥寺本町3-23-3
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   705 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 178
address:   3-9-5 Minami-Aoyama, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区南青山3-9-5
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   416 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 23
address:   13-17 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都渋谷区宇田川町13-17
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   1,994 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 38
address:   4-9-19 Akasaka, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区赤坂4-9-19
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
total floor area:   2,062 m²
sources:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 49

Néotù was a contemporary furniture gallery founded in 1984 in Paris.

Gérard Dalmon (b. 1945), a computer consultant at Cap Gemini, and Pierre Staudenmeyer (1952—2007), a marketing consultant, established the Galerie Néotù in 1984 in Paris, France, on the rue de Verneuil, then in 1985 on the rue du Renard. Galerie Néotù sold contemporary furniture and other items by primarily French designers, artists, and architects. The items were produced in limited editions, some unique. The gallery assisted with production and was instrumental in establishing some of the young, essentially unknown French designers of the 1980s and 1990s, who have since become members of the current who's who of French and international design.

The enterprise pursued an approach to design, which was in the trend of the time, and focused on designers whose work was known as art furniture. Dalmon and Staudenmeyer's effort can be favorably compared to others active from the mid-1980s, such as Rick Kaufman’s Art et Industrie gallery and Michael Steinberg’s Furniture of the Twentieth Century gallery, both in New York City.

In 1990, a branch was established in New York City, and, in 1992, the Galerie Néotù began representing VIA (the French furniture association) in the U.S.

Néotù closed in 2001.

Designers[edit]

Galerie Néotù has shown and sometimes manufactured works by furniture designers, architects, and artists.

Exhibitions[edit]

Exhibitions at Galerie Néotù, Paris[edit]

  • 1985 March - "Collection PI' - Martin Szekely
  • 1985 April June - "Onze Lampes" - Emmanuelle Colboc, Sylvain Dubuisson, Gérard Dalmon, Olivier Gagnère, Elizabeth Garouste & Mattia Bonetti, Kevin Gray, Philippe Nogen, Pucci de Rossi, Martin Szekely, Jérome Thermopyles, Olivier Thomé - Catalogue "Onze Lampes" - Publisher Galerie Neotu
  • 1985 November December - "La Conversation" - Chairs by François Bauchet, Bécheau-Bourgeois, Gérard Dalmon, Epinard bleu, Olivier Gagnère, Elizabeth Garouste & Mattia Bonetti, Augustin Granet, Mary Little, Pucci de Rossi, Martin Szekely
  • 1986 September November - "English Eccentrics" - Ron Arad, André Dubreuil, Tom Dixon, Sue Golden, Jasper Morrisson, John Webb
  • 1987 September October - "Ceramics from 1955 to 1959" - Franco Meneguzzo
  • 1992 April May - "April in Paris" - Constantin Boym, David Capogna, Lyn Godley & Lloyd Schwan, Douglas Fitch, Paul Ludick, Ali Tayar
  • 1992 October November - "Colour Comedies ceramics" - Garouste & bonetti, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Atsushi Kitagawara, Jo Laubner, Ettore Sottsass - made by the Waechtersbacher Keramik Workshop
  • 1992 November December - "Les fleurs du mal" - William Sawaya
  • 1999 November December - "Inside Out" - Christian Ghion
  • 2000 January February - "BYOB: Bring Your Own Book" - Eric Benqué, Christian Biecher, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Matali Crasset, Christian Ghion, Christophe Pillet
  • 2000 June July - "GeoBio" - Elizabeth Garouste & Mattia Bonetti

Exhibitions at Neotu Gallery, New York[edit]

  • 1990 September October - "Opening Exhibition" - Elisabeth Garouste & Matia Bonetti
  • 1991 January February - "A Warriors Collection" - Ravage: Arnold van Geuns & Clemens Rameckers
  • 1991 June July - "Green Pieces" - Dan Friedman
  • 1991 September November - "Initials and other pieces" - Martin Szekely
  • 1992 September November - "Mobile Furniture Collection" - Jean-Paul Gaultier
  • 1992 November January - "Colour Comedies ceramics" - Elisabeth Garouste & Matia Bonetti, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Atsushi Kitagawara, Jo Laubner, Ettore Sottsass - produites par Waechtersbacher Keramik Workshop
  • 1993 March April - "A new furniture collection" - Elisabeth Garouste & Matia Bonetti
  • 1993 April May - "Drawings, Objects & Furniture" - Sylvain Dubuisson
  • 1993 May June - "A new furniture collection" - Lyn Godley & Lloyd Schawn

Bibliography[edit]

Brochures[edit]

References[edit]

  • 1986 - "Le style des années 80" - Sophie Anargyros - Publisher Rivages/Style - Paris - 1986 - ISBN 2-86930-032-8
  • 1987 - "The New Furniture: Trends + Traditions" - Peter Dormer - Publisher Thames and Hudson - New York - 1987 - ISBN 0-500-23492-2
  • 1987 - "International Design Yearkbook 3" - Philippe Starck - Publisher Abbeville Press - New York - 1987 - ISBN 0-89659-765-2
  • 1998 - "Design aujourd'hui" - Christine Colin - Publisher Flammarion - Paris - 1988 - ISBN 2-08-012097-2
  • 1988 - "MDF des créateurs pour un matériau : Exposition, Jouy-en-Josas, 24 avril-22 mai 1988" - Publisher Fondation Cartier - Paris - 1988 - ISBN 2-86925-019-3
  • 1988 - "Berlin: les avant-gardes du mobilier : 6 Septembre-3 Octobre 1988, Galerie des Breves du CCI, Centre G. Pompidou, Galerie VIA, Galerie Néotù, Paris" - Angela Schönberger, Centre de création industrielle - Publisher Centre Pompidou - Paris - 1988
  • 1990 - "Union des Arts Français" - New Art Fair '90 in Chicago - Publisher UAF - Paris/New York - 1990
  • 1990 - "New Italian Design" - Nally Bellati - Publisher Rizzoli - New York - 1990 - ISBN 0-8478-1258-8
  • 1991 - "Chicago International New Art Form" - Catalogue - Publisher Lakeside Group Inc. - Chicago - 1991
  • 1992 - "International Design Yearbook 7' - Andrée Putman - Publisher Abbeville Press - New York - 1992 - ISBN 1-55859-285-7
  • 1992 - "Sylvain Dubuisson" - Publisher AFAA - Paris - 1992 - ISBN 2-86545-094-5
  • 1992 - "Colour Comedies" - Publisher Nieswand Verlag - Kiel - 1992 - ISBN 3-926048-90-5
  • 1992 - "La France à l'Exposition universelle, Séville 1992: facettes d'une nation" - Régis Debray - Publisher Flammarion - Paris - 1992 - ISBN 2-08-035202-4
  • 1993 - "International Design Yearbook 8' - Bořek Šípek - Publisher Abbeville Press - New York - 1993 - ISBN 1-55859-428-0
  • 1994 - "International Design Yearbook 9' - Ron Arad - Publisher Abbeville Press - New York - 1994 - ISBN 1-55859-831-6
  • 1994 - "The Design Encyclopedia" - Mel Byars - Publisher John Wiley & Sons - New York - 1994 - ISBN 0-471-02455-4
  • 1995 - "Martin Szekely meublier-designer" - Brigitte Fitoussi, Didier Krzenowski, Pierre Staudenmeyer, Christian Schlatter - Publisher Hazan - Paris - 1995 - ISBN 2-86545-139-9
  • 1995 - "Les années 80" - Anne Bony - Publisher Les Editions du Regard - Paris - 1995 - ISBN 2-84105-038-6
  • 1996 - "International Design Yearbook 11' - Alexandro Mendini - Publisher Abbeville Press - New York - 1996 - ISBN 0-7892-0209-3
  • 1998 - "Le Mobilier Francais: 1960-1998" - Yvonne Brunhammer & Marie-Laure Perrin - Publisher Charles Massin - Paris - 1998 - ISBN 2-7072-0338-6
  • 1999 - "Inside Out" - Catalogue published for the exhibition of Christian Ghion at Neotu Gallery - Paris
  • 2004 - "The Design Encyclopedia" - Mel Byars - Publisher Laurence King Publishing & The Museum of Modern Art - London & New York - 2004 - ISBN 0-87070-012-X
  • 2007 - "Pierre Staudenmeyer et la Galerie Néotù" - AZIMUTS#29 - Constance Rubini - Publisher AZIMUTS, Cité du Design - Saint-Etienne - 2007 - ISBN 978-2-912808-07-3

Magazines[edit]

  • 1984 - City Magazine International #3 - Société de Presse et d'Éditions - Genève - 1984
  • 1993 - "Design Museum Map" - Axis #47 World Design Journal - Tokyo - 1993
  • 2000 - "Salon du Meuble de Paris/Off event" - Axis #34 Design with a name - Tokyo - 2000

External links[edit]

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