Yamasaki


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Yamasaki

(ˌjæməˈsɑːkɪ)
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(Biography) Minoru. 1912–86, US architect. His buildings include St Louis Airport, Missouri (1953–55) and the World Trade Center, New York (1970–77)
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Synopsis: Although his best-known project was the World Trade Center in New York City, Japanese American architect Minoru Yamasaki (1912-1986) worked to create moments of surprise, serenity, and delight in distinctive buildings around the world.
Indeed, Seattle- orn architect Minoru Yamasaki designed both.
Sensei Shunsuke Yamasaki, a distinguished seventh dan from Konan University in the city of Kobe, Japan, originally coached and trained at the club for six months while he worked at the university.
Taku Yamasaki, a former vice president of the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party, is considering running in this summer's House of Councillors election for another party, possibly the People's New Party, sources close to him said Wednesday.
Taku Yamasaki, former vice president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, arrived Monday in Beijing on his way to visit North Korea the following day.
Constructed in the 1950s as a monument to shared space and racial integration, Minoru Yamasaki's Corbusier-like vision of a utopian urban community deteriorated into a vast slum and was knocked down in 1972.
Before establishing his practice in 1955, Minoru Yamasaki had already gained a reputation as a design architect in New York and Detroit.
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Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Taku Yamasaki said Wednesday he doubts that cuts in corporate tax will bring instant results in revving up the economy.