Edward Suzuki

Edward Suzuki 鈴木エドワード

Edward Suzuki (1947–)  was born of German and Japanese parentage in Sayama City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. Having earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Notre Dame and Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University, he went on to work for Kenzo Tange in Tokyo. While at Harvard, he worked part-time at the office of Buckminster Fuller and Shoji Sadao, where he became acquainted and worked with the late Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi. He started his own practice in Tokyo in 1977 and has his office now in Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo. He was a Visiting Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design for a semester and while there was invited to serve as a Visiting Critic at his alma mater Harvard. He has won numerous design awards nationally as well as internationally, including several of the prestigious Green Good Design Awards from Chicago Athenaeum, which initiated the Good Design Awards. Among his published papers is "Atommetrics: Another View of the Atom Based on Electron Orbital Geometry," which appeared in the international science periodical FORMA.

Books by Edward Suzuki
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    GOoD DESIGN: God’s Design Philosophy

    This book covers a range of topics from design in general to modern and futuristic architecture, physics, chemistry, biology, math, unexplained phenomena, consciousness, and philosophy from a personal viewpoint. "Just as God did not divide Nature into var …