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Tetsuo Furuichi A. Year and place of birth 1948 in Shirakawa, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.B. Most important professional achievements 1. A series of Exhibitions & Public Lectures entitled “Critical Inconsistencies” in Europe, 2001. Munich, Prague, Bratislava, Barcelona & London. 2. A series of Public Lectures in Europe & Russia, 2001. Kazan, Joteburg, Bucharest, Brno & Vienna. 3. A series of Public Lectures in the United States of America in 2002. University of California at Berkeley, University of Wisconsin. 4. A series of Public Lectures in Asia in 2000. Beijing at Tsinghua University and the Chinese Institute of Architects, Seoul at Seoul National University, Kuala Lumpur at PAM Malaysian Architectural Association, Bangkok at the Royal Siamese Institute of Architects, Hanoi at Vietnamese Architectural Association, Bangalore in India, and Ulan Bator in Mongolia. 5. Jury Member, Lithuanian National Cultural Awards, 2003. 6. Let’s Study World Heritage Architecture, Book, 2007. 7. Design with Light, Winds, Water, Earth and Gods, Book, 2004. 8. Professor, Chiba Institute of Technology, from 2001. 9. Visiting Professor, Tokyo University Post Graduate Program, from 2006. 10. Visiting Professor, Waseda University, from 1988. C. Most important projects 1. Kuhonji Buddhist Temple Main Hall, Temple Gate & Ossuary, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. 1998-2002. 2. Nakagawa Freshwater Aquarium, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. 1997. 3. Nagasaki Peace Museum, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. 2004 4. Kita Aizu Town Hall, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. 1998. 5. Aira Gymnasium, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. 2005. D. Most important awards 1. American Institute of Architects (Business Week/Architectural Record) Progressive Architecture Award, 2001. 2. Japan Institute of Architects Best Young Architect Award,1995. 3. Architects Institute of Japan Annual Architectural Design Commendation, 2006, for Rokkatei Confectionery Store & Concert Venue. 4. Architects Institute of Japan Annual Architectural Design Commendation, 2005, for Nakagawa Freshwater Aquarium 5. Japan Ministry of Public Works Award for Public Institutional Building, 2000, for Tanagura Cultural Centre. E. Most important competition achievements. 1. Brno City Centre, Czech Republic. 2002. 2. Liaoning Provincial Parliament House, Conference Centre and Library, Shenyang City, China. 1999. 3. Prefectural Hospital, Aizu Wakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. 2007. 4. Hanamaki Gymnasium, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. 1997. 5. Nakagawa Freshwater Aquarium, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. 1997. F. Most important places of professorship 1. Professor, Chiba Institute of Technology. 2. Visiting Professor, T
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