Yukio Hashimoto

Yukio Hashimoto was born in Aichi Prefecture in 1962. In the beginning part-time Lecturer at Joshibi Junior College of Art and Design and Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music.

For this designer,  interior planning is about considering and imagining “what kind of space would I like to live in?” told him to many publications that publish his work. For him, “it’s possible to propose a plan that matches the lifestyle of the residents.”

Hashimoto received numerous awards and recognitions, including Outstanding Award of the NASHOP Lighting Awards, Outstanding Award of the JCD Design Award, Silver Award for the 9th Space Design Competition, and the 16th Takashimaya Art Award.

Mr. Yukio Hashimoto practices an environmentally friendly design and his architecture embodying “ecology”.

Look for his major works:  Oto-Oto (Shinjuku), BEAMS HOUSE (Marunouchi), Suikyo-tei (Ginza), Billboard Live Tokyo (Roppongi), the Peninsula Tokyo (Hibiya), Silks Palace at the National Palace Museum (Taipei, Taiwan), and the Hilton Niseko Village (Niseko).

http://www.hydesign.jp

 Ângelo Gomes

Best Interior Designers is an ongoing lecture series featuring designers of distinction from around the world.

Best Interior Designers is an ongoing lecture series featuring designers of distinction from around the world.

Best Interior Designers is an ongoing lecture series featuring designers of distinction from around the world.

Best Interior Designers is an ongoing lecture series featuring designers of distinction from around the world.

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