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Daisuke Hirose

Director, Tokyo Lab
Architecture, Planning & Preservation
M2, Shibaura House 3-15-4 Shibaura Minato-ku Tokyo 108-0023 Japan

Daisuke Hirose graduated from the Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science.  After working with Kengo Kuma, he enrolled in GSAPP’s Advanced Architectural Design Program where he studied with Ed Keller, Evan Douglis and Carl Chu. In 2003, he established his design office in Tokyo, Archicomplex, while simultaneously teaching at the Tokyo University of Science, Kyoto University of Arts and Design, and the University of Tokyo. Since then he has consulted for major industries such as SUBARU Motors and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. on their global design strategy for show stands in Paris, Geneva, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Beijing, Shanghai, and Tokyo. He won various awards, both domestic and international, including the Beijing Biennale 2008, Bentley Design 2011, JID Space 2012, Fujitsu Design Competition 2012, Colloquium Structure 2012, and the Obuse Future Urban Design Competition Grand Prix 2012 with his students at Tokyo University of Science and Studio-X Tokyo Team Kudos.

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