Hiroshi Naito

Hiroshi Naito (born 1950) is a prominent Japanese architect known for his innovative and enduring designs. Naito’s architectural philosophy emphasizes harmony between the built environment and its natural surroundings, often employing sustainable materials and techniques. With a focus on creating structures that can last for over a century, Naito is a leading figure in Japan’s architectural community, designing buildings that prioritize durability and safety against earthquakes. Some of his notable works include the Kusanagi Sports Complex Gymnasium in Shizuoka and the Toba Sea-Folk Museum.

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