Architect who all helped establish Fat burning capacity, an architectural motion in Japan, in 1960. He was honored the 1993 Pritzker Award. He was students at the School of Tokyo as well as the Cranbrook Academy of Artwork. He gained a Master’s level in structures from Harvard School in 1954. His initial fee was Washington School in St. Louis’ Steinberg Hall in 1956. He designed Tower 4 on the former Globe Trade Middle site in Manhattan. He wedded Misao Matsumoto and acquired two kids. He and architect Eero Saarinen both went to the Cranbrook Academy of Artwork.