Hiroyuki Niino

Principal Architect

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Hiroyuki Niino, born in 1969 Kanagawa Japan, studied architecture at Meiji University and received Master degree in 1996. Subsequently, worked for a large residential project at an architecture firm in Tokyo. In 1998, Hiroyuki has moved to US and researched Architecture and Urban Design at Harvard University Graduate School of Design in Boston. In 2000, graduated with the degree of Master of Architecture in Urban Design, consecutively he joined Rafael Vinoly Architects in NY working as one of the project architects for Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Medical Research Laboratory at UCSF and California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA. During working those projects, Hiroyuki has trained and developed facade design skill. In 2003, Hiroyuki has returned to Japan and founded Hiroyuki Niino Architecture and Urbanism based in Tokyo. He has participated in various architectural projects such as residential, commercial, healthcare buildings located both in Japan and in foreign countries. Through his career, Hiroyuki has been involved in architectural design education and taught at several schools.

2003 - Present : Principal Architect, Hiroyuki Niino Architecture
2004 - Present: Instructor @ Meiji University, Japan
2000 - 2002 : Project Architect, Rafael Vinoly Architects, USA (Works)
1998 - 2000 : Master of Architecture in Urban Design, Harvard GSD, USA
1996 - 1997 : Atelier Nanjo, Japan
1994 - 1996 : Master of Architecture from Meiji University, Japan
1990 - 1994 : Bachelor of Architecture from Meiji University, Japan
1969 :    Born in Japan


License:   Licensed Architect in Japan

Associations: Architectural Institute of Japan


Prizes

2018: 1st Place, International Design Competition
   Shopping Center in Jeddah Saudi Arabia

2017: International Design Awards 2017, Honorable Mention
   A House, Seaside House

2004: International Design Competition, Honorable Mention,
   Children Soccer Center, Siyathemba South Africa


Hobbies:  Golf, Piano, City-Walking, Cycling, Running

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