Days of Oris 15: Introducing the speakers - Terunobu Fujimori



We are introducing the speakers of Days of Oris 15 which will be held on 17th and 18th October at Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall.

Terunobu Fujimori, Japanese architect, architectural historian and professor, curator of the Japanese pavilion at the Venice Biennale, designs architecture which appeals to primordial instincts, promising warmth and protection.

Born in 1946 in Nagano Prefecture. Graduated from Tohoku University. Doctor of Engineering, specialized in the History of Japanese Architecture. Founder of the Tokyo Architectural Detective Agency (1974) that researches western style buildings in Japan. Professor of Kogakuin University. Started out as an architect in 1991 with Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum. Numerous awards like the Japan Art Grand Prix, Architectural Institute of Japan Award (AIJ) and Mainichi Publishing Culture Award. Other works include the atelier and teahouse for former prime minister Morihiro Hosokawa: Futo-an Kobo and Ichiya-tei in Kanagawa, Tampopo House in Tokyo and Takasugi-an in Nagano. In 2006 Fujimori represented Japan at the Venice Biennale.

About Storkhouse project published in Oris magazine, issue 86, you can read more here.

See you at Days of Oris 15!