Shinnosuke is an Associate in our Tokyo office. He joined UHA in 2016 and specialises in complex 3D modelling and visualisation. His skills are crucial at concept and design development stages, and he has been involved in many of our mixed-use and residential projects, as well as the Serp & Molot masterplan in Moscow.
He completed his BA degree with honours in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture and obtained his MA degree in Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in London.
Before returning to the UK to complete his MA he worked for Kengo Kuma and Associates. During his two years at KKAA he worked on several significant cultural buildings in Europe, including the V&A Museum in Dundee, and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. While studying at the Bartlett he joined as a local KKAA member and completed the pavilion ‘Sensing Spaces’ at Royal Academy in London.
Shinnosuke moved back to Japan in 2017, where he continues his work with UHA as well as collaborating with local Japanese architects, designers, and manufactures, including renowned architect Terunobu Fujimori.