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Kisho Kurokawa (黒川 紀章, Kurokawa Kishō) (April 8, 1934 – October 12, 2007) was a leading Japanese architect and one of the founders of the Metabolist Movement.
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Youngest of the founding members of the Metabolist movement. He realized many important projects in his career including the Kuala Lumpur airport, and an addition to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, but is perhaps most well known for his Nagakin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, a structure of stacked pod apartments. Japanese architect. Principal of Kisho Kurokawa, Architect and Associates.
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Kisho Kurokawa, Kishō Kurokawa, Noriaki Kisho Kurokawa, Kisho N. Kurokawa, Kisho Noriaki Kurokawa
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