O Arquiteto Toyo Ito é o Vencedor do Pritzker 2013 / Architect Toyo Ito is the Winner of the 2013 Pritzker.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 001Photo by Yoshiaki Tsutsui.

O arquiteto japonês Toyo Ito acaba de conquistar, aos 71 anos, o Pritker, reconhecido como o mais prestigiado prêmio de arquitetura do mundo.

Confira algumas das principais obras deste arquiteto que recebeu inúmeros prêmios e que é famoso por sua consciência social e por fazer uma arquitetura para todos.

Japanese architect Toyo Ito has just won, at age 71, the Pritker, recognized as the most prestigious award in the world of architecture.

Check out some of the major works of this architect who has received numerous awards and who is famous for his social conscience and for creating an architecture for all.

1. Casa White U, 1975-76, Nakano-ku, Tóquio, Japão / White U House, 1975-76, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 004Photo by Koji Taki

Pritzker 2013 20130318 005Photo by Koji Taki

2. Torre dos Ventos, 1986, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Japão / Tower of Winds, 1986, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 006Photo by Tomio Ohashi

3. Museu Municipal Yatsushiro, 1988-1991, Yatsushiro-shi, Kumamoto, Japão / Yatsushiro Municipal Museum, 1988-1991, Yatsushiro-shi, Kumamoto, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 007Photo by Tomio Ohashi

4. Domo em Odate (domo multifunção), 1993-1997, Odate-shi, Akita, Japão / Dome in Odate ( multipurpose dome), 1993-1997, Odate-shi, Akita, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 002Photo by Mikio Kamaya

Pritzker 2013 20130318 003Photo by Mikio Kamaya

5. Mediateca Sendai, 1995-2000, Sendai-shi, Miyagi, Japão / Sendai Mediatheque, 1995-2000, Sendai-shi, Miyagi, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 008Photo by Nacasa & Partners Inc.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 010Photo by Nacasa & Partners Inc.

6. Pavilhão Galeria Serpentine, 2002, Londres, Reino Unido / Serpentine Gallery Pavillion, 2002, London, U.K.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 011

Pritzker 2013 20130318 012

7. Centro de Artes Performáticas Matsumoto, 2000-2004, Matsumoto-shi, Nagano, Japão / Matsumoto Performing Arts Center, 2000-2004, Matsumoto-shi, Nagano, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 013Photo by Hiroshi Ueda

Pritzker 2013 20130318 015Photo by Hiroshi Ueda

8. Edifício TOD´S Omotesando, 2002-2004, Shibuya-ku, Tóquio, Japão / TOD’S Omotesando Building, 2002—2004, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 016Photo by Nacasa & Partners Inc

Pritzker 2013 20130318 017Photo by Nacasa & Partners Inc

9. Salão Funerário Municipal Meiso no Mori, 2004-2006, Kakamigahara-shi, Gifu, Japão / Meiso no Mori Municipal Funeral Hall, 2004—2006, Kakamigahara-shi, Gifu, Japan.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 018

Pritzker 2013 20130318 019

10. Estádio Principal para os Jogos Mundiais 2009, 2006-2009, Kaohsiung, Taiwan R.O.C / Main Stadium for The World Games 2009, 2006—2009, Kaohsiung, Taiwan R.O.C. 

Pritzker 2013 20130318 025Photo by Fu Tsu Construction Co., Ltd.

Pritzker 2013 20130318 026Photo by Fu Tsu Construction Co., Ltd.

Clique nas fotos abaixo para ampliá-las / Click on the photos below to enlarge them.

Visite o site do arquiteto Toyo Ito aqui.

Visit Toyo Ito´s website here.

One comment

  1. José Torres

    Congratulations to the honorable architect Mr. Toyo Ito

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