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Profile

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Hiroyuki Unemori

1979 Born in Okayama prefecture, Japan
1999 Graduated from Yonago National College of Technology
2002 Graduated from Yokohama National University
2005 Completed the Master Course,Yokohama National University
2002 – 2009 Worked at TAIRA NISHIZAWA ARCHITECTS
2009 Established UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
2012 – 2014 Design Assistant at Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture(Y-GSA)
Currently Lecturer at Yokohama National University, Japan Women’s University, Tokyo University of Science, Nihon University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo University of the Arts.

 


Awards

2023 Public Building Award 18th / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2022 AR Public awards 2022 Shortlist / UK [Sukagawa Community Center]
2022 International Design Media Award Prize of “Annual Public Space Award – Platinum Award” / China [Kitakami Health & Childcare Support Complex]
2022 Fukushima Architecture Prize 37th / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2021 Dezeen Awards 2021 Urban House Category Longlist / UK [House Tokyo]
2021 JIA Tohoku Architecture Prize 1st / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2021 Japan Library Architecture Award 36th / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2020 BCS Prize 61th / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2020 AIJ Annual Architectural Design Commendation / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2020 JIA Excellent Architecture Prize 2019 / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2020 Tohoku Architecture Prize 40th / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2019 Good Design Gold Award [Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award] / Japan [Sukagawa Community Center]
2016 2A Asia Architecture Award 2016 Nominated Projects / Australia [Sukagawa Community Center]
2015 Record Houses 2015 / USA [Yamate Street House]
2014 Best Debutant of the Year 11th / Japan
2013 SD Review 32nd / Japan [8 Houses]
2013 AR House Outstanding Awards 2013 / UK [Small House]
2012 ShinKenchiku (Yoshioka) Prize 28th / Japan [Small House]

 

Award-Winning Competitions

2023 First Prize ,Proposal for Akaho High School (in collaboration with teco)
2020 First Prize ,Proposal for Kotoura Lifelong Learning Center (in collaboration with teco)
2020 First Prize ,Proposal for Nagi Junior High School (in collaboration with NIWA Architects & Associates)
2019 First Prize ,Proposal for Susaki Library & Facilities (in collaboration with teco)
2019 First Prize ,Proposal for Tamura Indoor Playground (in collaboration with ans)
2018 First Prize ,Proposal for Kitakami Health & Childcare Support (in collaboration with teco)
2013 First Prize ,Proposal for Sukagawa Community Center (in collaboration with ISHIMOTO Architectural & Engineering Firm, Inc.)

 


Staff

Keita Komori
1993 Born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan
2017 Graduated from Kyoto University
2020 Graduated from Waseda University Art and Architecture School
2020 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
 
Takato Matsunami
1993 Born in Osaka prefecture, Japan
2017 Graduated from Kindai University
2018 – 2019 Worked at E2A architects
2020 Completed the Master Course,Kyoto Institute of Technology
2020 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
 
Yuki Takita
1996 Born in Chiba prefecture, Japan
2019 Graduated from Shibaura Institute of Technology
2021 Completed the Master Course,Shibaura Institute of Technology
2021 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
 
Seiji Ono
1998 Born in Hyogo prefecture, Japan
2022 Graduated from Hokkaido University
2024 Graduated from Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture(Y-GSA)
2024 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
 
Yui Kagawa
2000 Born in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan
2022 Graduated from Kanto Gakuin University
2024 Graduated from Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture(Y-GSA)
2024 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS

 

External Staff

Yuki Ishii
1993 Born in Tokyo, Japan
2016 Graduated from Yokohama National University
2018 Graduated from Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture(Y-GSA)
2018 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS
 
Ryosuke Koizumi
1996 Born in Chiba prefecture, Japan
2018 Graduated from Shibaura Institute of Technology
2019 – 2020 Worked at NISHIZAWA architects
2021 Completed the Master Course,Tokyo Institute of Technology
2021 – UNEMORI ARCHITECTS