Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Masahiro Harada + Mao + Naoto Ishi | Tokyo | Since 2004

Mount Fuji Architects Studio
Masahiro Harada + Mao + Naoto Ishi
Akasaka heights 501, 9-5-26 Akasaka, Minato-ku, 102-0052 Tokyo, Japan
Phone +81 3 3475 1800
Fax +81 3 3475 1800

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Architects
Mount Fuji Architects Studio
Mao Harada

Career
1976 Born in Sagamihara,Kanagawa Prefecture
1999 Studied in Shibaura Institute of Technology in Tokyo Bachelor of Architecture
2004 Established an Architectural office, Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Award
2000 SD Review 2000 Merit Award
2000 Tokyo Designer's Block 2000
2001 Tokyo Designer's Block 2001
2001 Architecture for Humanity World Competition2002 Selected Work
2003 SD Review 2003 Grand Prix (Kajima Award)
2004 American Wood Design Award 2004 Honor Award
2006 Wood Architecture Design Competition Merit Award
2006 Kokueikan Project Final25 (support:shinkenchiku-sha)
2006 Competition of the 100th anniversary hall at Yamagata University Final22 (support:JIA)
2007 The Barbara Cappochin Prize for Architecture Best international works
2008 AR Awards for Emerging Architecture 2008 “Architecture in the Climate” Honourable Mentions
2009 AR Awards for Emerging Architecture 2009 “PLUS” Commendation
2009 Design Vanguard 2009 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (U.S.A) TOP 10 architect in the world
2010 RECORD HOUSES 2010 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (U.S.A) “Tree house”
2010 LEAF AWARDS 2010 Residential Building of the Year -Single Occupancy- (UK) “PLUS”

Masahiro Harada

Career
1973 Born in Yaidu,Shizuoka Prefecture
1997 Studied in Shibaura Institute of Technology in Tokyo Master of Architecture (Kiyonori Miisho Lab)
1997-2000 Worked in an architectural office of Kengo Kuma as Chief Architect
2001-2002 Worked in an architectural office of Jose Antonio Martinez Lapena and Elias Torres (Barcelona,Spain) as Chief Architect as National Fellowship for Artist(Japanese Government Scholarship)
2003 Worked in an architectural office of Arata Isozaki as Project Manager
2004 Established an Architectural office, Mount Fuji Architects Studio
2005-2006 Visiting Professor, University of Keio,COE(Center of Excellence)
2007 Visiting Professor,University of Shibaura
2007 Visiting Professor, University of Keio
2008- Associate professor, University of Shibaura

Award
1995 Competition of Architectural Institute of Japan "Temporary Housing" Merit Award
1995 Kansai-kan of the National Diet Library Competition Honorable Mention*
1997 The Second Living Design Competition 2nd Prize
1997 Master's Thesis Arimoto Shiro Memorial Award(1st Prize)
1998 Museum of Hiroshige Ando Competition 1st Prize*
2000 Advan Stone Design Competition Merit Award
2000 Museum of Hiroshige Ando Director general of Forestry Agency Award*
2000 SD Review 2000 Merit Award
2000 Tokyo Designer's Block 2000
2001 National Fellowship for Artist Japanese Government
2001 Tokyo Designer's Block 2001
2002 Architecture for Humanity World Competition2002 Selected Work
2003 SD Review 2003 Grand Prix (Kajima Award)
2004 American Wood Design Award 2004 Honor Award
2006 Wood Architecture Design Competition Merit Award
2006 Kokueikan Project Final25 (support:shinkenchiku-sha)
2006 Competition of the 100th anniversary hall at Yamagata University Final22 (support:JIA)
2007 The Barbara Cappochin Prize for Architecture Best international works
2008 AR Awards for Emerging Architecture 2008 “Architecture in the Climate” Honourable Mentions
2009 AR Awards for Emerging Architecture 2009 “PLUS” Commendation
2009 Design Vanguard 2009 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (U.S.A) TOP 10 architect in the world
2010 RECORD HOUSES 2010 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (U.S.A) “Tree house”
2010 LEAF AWARDS 2010 Residential Building of the Year -Single Occupancy- (UK) “PLUS”

* as Chief Architect in Kengo Kuma & Associates