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Architect , educator

Nobuya Ueda, Japanese architect, educator. License 1st class architect, Japan. Fulbright grantee, 1966. Member Japan Institute Architects (professional), Architectural Institute Japan, Architectural Association Japan.

Background

Ueda, Nobuya was born on July 26, 1940 in Himeji, Hygo, Japan. Son of Nobuo and Kunie (Hirose) University.

Education

Master of Architecture, Kyoto University, Japan, 1965. Master of Architecture, University California, Berkeley, 1967.

Career

Chief architect Nikken Sekkel Ltd., Osaka, Japan, since 1965. Junior architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, San Francisco, 1967-1968. Assistant professor Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 1970-1971.

Lecturer Akashi (Japan) Technological College, since 1984. Architectural advisor World Bank, Seoul, South Korea and Washington, 1977-1978, Food and Agriculture Organization United Nations, Bangkok and Rome, 1976-1976.

Achievements

  • License 1st class architect, Japan.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Designing Wholesale Markets for Asian Cities, 1975.

Membership

Member Japan Institute Architects (professional), Architectural Institute Japan, Architectural Association Japan.

Connections

Married Tomoko Murakami.

father:
Nobuo University

mother:
Kunie (Hirose) University

spouse:
Tomoko Murakami.