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Toshiko Kinoshita
Profile Toshiko Kinoshita
2013-Present Board Director, Heritage House Trust.
2006-Present President, Community Housing Ltd.
2003-2006 President Abitare Ltd.


Articles and essays


”Building a rich living environment over time: Abitare's architectural point of view on real estate work” Jyutaku Kenchiku (2009)
“Building conservation: the demolition of Miyawaki's Van Fan building” Shinkenchiku (2008)
“On the preservation of modern housing” NPO Tamagawa Machitsukuri News (2008)
“Towards a enriched urban life” Jyutaku Kenchiku (2007)
“Jean Prouve” Franco Japanese Industrial Technology (2005)
“Thoughts on modern housing” (5 part series) Plus 1 Living (2003-2004)
“Local housing industry:towards a new building model” Jyutaku to Mokuzai (2003)
“Luis Barragan; creation of a new tradition” Kenchiku Bunka (2002)
“How to get involved with building a house” Jyutaku Tokushuu (2002)
“Discussion: Japan's postwar small housing” Kenchiku Bunka (2001)
”Can Pret-a-Porter housing become a new choice for the housing industry?” Jyutaku Tokushuu (2001)
“Visions of the Real II”, Special Issue A+U Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo (2000)
“Visions of the Real I”, Special Issue A+U Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo (2000)
“English Modern Houses” (4 part series), A+U Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo (1997-98)
“Architecture; art or profession?” Sumai no Katachi Architecture of the Year exhibition catalog (1997)
“The Heyday of the Modern house in Denmark”, Space Design. Tokyo (1996)

Research

“Study on the design features of wooden houses” Housing Research Foundation(2001)

Lecturing

"20th Century Modern Houses" OM People-Dwelling-Living Research Lab. (2008)
Lecturer in architectural english, Tokyo Denki University (2006-2008)
"20th Century Modern Houses-Visions of the Real" Kobe Design University (2006)
"Hampstead dwelling" NPO Tamagawa Machitsukuri House (2006)
"From Thonet to Jacbsen: accesible modern chairs" Ishizawa Antique Education (2003)
"Josiah Condor and the Rokumeikan dream"  Ishizawa Antique Education (2002)
"Scandinavian Architecture and Furniture" Ishizawa Antique Education (2001)
"20th Century Modern Houses-Visions of the Real" N School (2001)
"Interior Coordination: 19th century English architecture style" Ishizawa Antique Education (2000)
Lecturer in architectural history Tokyo Science University (1999-2004)

Education

1997 Rotary Foundation Scholar Glasgow School of Art/Mackintosh School of Architecture. Glasgow.United Kingdom
1996 MA University of London-Royal Holloway. London United Kingdom
1995 MSc Architecture Shibaura Institute of Technology. Tokyo. Japan
1993 BSc Architecture Japan’s Women University Tokyo. Japan
Member of the Japanese Institute of Architects (JIA)