Atelier Bow-Wow was established in 1992 by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima in Tokyo. Best known for its projects in dense urban environments, the firm has developed its practice based on a profound study of existing cultural, economic, and environmental conditions—a study that led it to propose the term “pet architecture” for the multitude of odd, and functional little buildings wedged into tiny sites around Tokyo. Atelier Bow-Wow has also acquired an enthusiastic following through its Micro Public Space projects, as well as innovative projects for exhibitions such as the 2010 Venice Biennale (as an official representative of Japan) and the São Paulo Bienal, and at venues such as the Hayward Gallery in London, the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, The Gallery at REDCAT in Los Angeles, the Japan Society in New York, and the OK Offenes Kulturhaus Oberösterreich in Linz, Austria.
1965 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
1987 Graduate from Tokyo Institute of Technology
1987-88 Guest Student of L'ecole d'architecture, Paris, Bellville (U.P.8)
1994 Graduate from Post-graduate school of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dr.Eng.
2000- Associate Professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology
2003, 2007 Visiting Faculty of Harvard GSD
2007, 2008 Visiting Associate Professor of UCLA
1969 Born in Tokyo, Japan
1991 Graduate from Japan Women's University
1994 Graduate from Graduate school of Tokyo Institute of Technology, M.Eng.
1996-97 Guest student of E.T.H
1999 Graduate from Post-graduate school of Tokyo Institute of Technology
2000- Assistant professor of University of Tsukuba
2003 Visiting Faculty of Harvard GSD
2005-07 ETHZ Guest Professor
2009- Associate professor of University of Tsukuba