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educator , architectural historian

Kakugyo Satoshi Chiku, Japanese architectural historian, educator. Named International intern Library. of Congress, Washington, 1990-1991.

Background

Chiku, Kakugyo Satoshi was born on May 6, 1942 in Toyama, Toyama, Japan. Son of Kakujo Shinobu and Sumiko (Tsunekuni) Chiku.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering Architecture, Kogakuin University, Tokyo, 1966. Bachelor in Philosophy, Toyama (Japan) University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural History, Tokyo (Japan) University, 1984.

Career

Assistant department architecture Kanazawa (Japan) Institute of Technology, 1971-1972, lecturer department architecture, 1972-1977, associate professor department architecture, 1977-1981, professor department architecture, since 1981. Director subject library division Kanazawa (Japan) Institute of Technology Library. Center, 1982-1997, director, since 1996.

Visiting scholar Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1985-1987.

Membership

Chairman Executive Committee for History Building and Townscape in Toyama Prefecture, Toyama City, Japan, 1982-1983, Executive Committee for Recognition of 100 Excellent Architecture in Toyama, 1988-1990. Chair Committee History Building Preservation in Kanazawa, Japan, since 1990, Committee of Landscape Preservation of Kanazawa, since 1988. Member Architectural Institute Japan (committee on history modern architecture since 1980, committee for library since 1990, committee for history and theory of architecture since 1991, chairman committee for library, 1994-1995, director library 1994-1995, member executive council 1994-1995), Society Architectural Historians Japan (executive committee since 1982), Society for History Technology (advisory council 1987-1993).

Connections

Married Minako Kazarimoto, November 16, 1969. Children: Kaede, Midori, Hikaru.

father:
Kakujo Shinobu Chiku

mother:
Sumiko (Tsunekuni) Chiku

spouse:
Minako Kazarimoto

child:
Kaede Chiku

child:
Midori Chiku

child:
Hikaru Chiku