Hirotaka Kubo

Tokyo, Japan

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Mr. Kubo joined Nikken Sekkei in 2013. He has worked on large-scale projects ranging from offices and museums, to highly complex projects as the sustainable design professional and mechanical engineer.

He has principally been working on projects targeting energy saving systems and integrated design.
One is DaiyaGate Ikebukuro, which is constructed straddling over railways in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, and another is Museum Tower Kyobashi, which is the 150 m-high building.

He is in charge of both domestic and overseas projects. He is a LEED AP BD+C, Registered 1st Class Architect in Japan, and a building mechanical and electrical engineer.