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Jun Itami
Architect

Jun Itami

Jun Itami
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Was Architect
From Japan
Field Engineering
Gender male
Birth 1 January 1937, Tokyo
Death 1 January 2011 (aged 74 years)
Jun Itami
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Biography

Jun Itami (伊 丹潤; 1937–2011) is a renowned architect over Japan and Korea. He was born in Tokyo 1937 and gained his degree in architecture at Musashi Institute of Technology (now called Tokyo City University) in 1968.

Awards

  • 2010 The 23rd Murano Togo Award
  • 2008 Excellence Award - Korea Architecture Award
  • 2006 Asian Award for Culture and Landscape of Settlements (International Design Competition on Asia City Housing & Environment)
  • 2006 Kim Swoo-geun Prize
  • 2005 Grade de chevalier dans l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres
  • 2004 Excellent prize – Gyeongju World Colture EXPO Park International Competition
  • 2001 Award of The Korea Institute of Architect
  • 1992 1st prize – National Oceanic Museum International Competition
  • 1992 Good Interior Design – G.I.D competition
  • 1980 Japan Sign Association Prize

Major exhibitions

  • 2010 Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum Rotunda, Guggenheim Museum, New York, U.S.A
  • 2007 Space Gallery - Solo Exhibition, Seoul, Korea
  • 2006 Architectural Biennale, Beijing, China
  • 2004 Aedes East Architecture Forum, Berlin, Germany
  • 2003 Museum national des Arts asiatiques - Guimet, Paris, France
  • 2000 Gallery M.A.P, Fukuoka, Japan
  • 1997 Exhibition Space of Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1995 Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
  • 1986 Invited Work, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
  • 1984 Fine Arts Museum, Fukui, Japan
  • 1983 Space Museum, Seoul, Korea

Publications

  • 2009 "Selections of Traditional Arts of the Joseon and Goryeo Dynasty, Korea", Hanegi Museum Press
  • 2008 "JUN ITAMI 1970–2008", Shufunotomosha
  • 2004 "Stone, Wind and Sound" , Hakgojae
  • 2002 "Jun Itami", Kyuryudo
  • 1993 "Jun Itami", Kyuryudo
  • 1987 "The Masterpieses: Jun Itami 1970–1987", Kyuryudo
  • 1985 "The Space of Korea", Collaboration with Joo Myung-Duck, Kyuryudo
  • 1984 "The Hands of 21 Persons", Kyuryudo
  • 1983 "The Culture and Architecture of Korea", Kyuryudo
  • 1981 "The Architecture of Choson Period", Collaboration with Murai Osamu, Kyuryudo
  • 1975 "The Folk Painting of Choson Period", Kodansha

Projects

  • JDC Jeju International English City (NCLN), Jeju, Korea (2010)
  • Daebo Seowon Valley Clubhouse, Paju, Korea (2010)
  • Jeju Polo Clubhouse, Jeju, Korea (2009)
  • Church of Sky, Jeju, Korea (2009)
  • SK Pangyo Apelbaum, Pangyo, Korea (2009)
  • Ssangyong Pyungchang-dong Oboehills, Seoul, Korea (2009)
  • Manghyang Museum Competition, Youngam, Korea (2009)
  • PINX BIOTOPIA Townhouse, Jeju, Korea (2008)
  • Hyundai Taean Golf Village Condo & Community center, Taean, Korea (2008)
  • Jeju Howan Golf Clubhouse, Jeju, Korea (2008)
  • Jeokseon-dong Y Building, Seoul, Korea (2007)
  • Youngchun O’Phel Clubhouse, Yeongcheon, Korea (2007)
  • ITM Architects Office, Seoul, Korea(2007)
  • Giheung SK Apelbaum Condominium, KyoungGi-do, Korea (2005)
  • Yangji Waldhaus, KyoungGi-do, Korea(2005)
  • PINX Duson Museum, Jeju, Korea(2005)
  • Gwangjuyo Guest House, KyoungGi-do, Korea (2004)
  • PINX Museum Water, Wind, Stone, Jeju, Korea (2004)
    Three Art Museums 『Water』
    Three Art Museums 『Wind』
  • Atelier of Park Dae-sung, Seoul, Korea (2003)
  • Hakgojae, Seoul, Korea (2003)
  • K-Villa, Jeju, Korea (2003)
  • K-Multipurpose Building, Seoul, Korea(2002)
  • Suncheon High School, Jeollanam-do Sunchon, Korea (2002)
  • Guest House Old & New, KyoungGi-do, Korea (2001)
  • Podo Hotel, Jeju, Korea(2001)
    Guest House PODO Hotel
    Guest House PODO Hotel
  • 1998 Jeju PINX Clubhouse, Jeju, Korea
  • 1997 Space of Sumi/Space of Mizu
  • 1996 Church of Wood, Hokkaido, Japan
  • 1992 M Building, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1991 Church of Stone, Hokkaido, Japan
  • 1988 Scarved Tower, Seoul, Korea
  • 1985 Suculpor's Studio, Kagawa, Japan
  • 1975 India Ink House, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1973 Guest House at Karuizawa

Collections

  • The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
  • Museum of Modern Art, Kitakyushu, Japan
  • The National Museum of Art, Japan
  • Hasegawa Contemporary Museum, Japan
  • Collection of Jack Nicholson, U.S.A
  • Gwangju City Museum, Korea
  • National Museum Cultural Palace, Nicaragua
  • Museum national des Arts asiatiques-Guimet, France
  • Guggenheim Museum, New York, U.S.A

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