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  • 1975  Roosevelt Island Competition, MOMA New York, USA

  • 1975  ‘Ideal Home Show’, Institute for Contemporary Art, London

  • 1975  Shinkenchiku Competition, AA School, London

  • 1976  ‘40 London Architects’, Art Net, London

  • 1982  South Bank Sculptures, Royal Festival Hall, London

  • 1984  Kew Gardens Competition, AA School, London

  • 1985  International Association of Architects Exhibition, IAU Krakow, Poland

  • 1989  ‘Aktion Poliphile’, zD Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany

  • 1999  JIA Exhibition, TOTO Superspace, Tokyo, Japan

  • 1993  ‘Re-Engineering Tokyo’, AXIS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

  • 1994  ‘Traces of Architecture’, Matsuya Ginza Gallery, Tokyo

  • 1995  ‘Topos’, Hillside Forum Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

  • 1995  ‘Emerging Trends in Japanese Architecture’, Malaysian Architects Institute, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • 1996  Milan Triennale (Japanese Exhibit), Milan, Italy

  • 1996  Milan Triennale Exhibit, Gallery MA, Tokyo, Japan

  • 1996  ‘Emerging Trends in Japanese Architecture’, Siamese Architects Institute, Bangkok, Thailand

  • 1997  ‘Emerging Trends in Japanese Architecture’, Mongolian Architects Association, Ulan Bator, Mongolia

  • 2000  ‘East-Wind’, Asia Design Forum, Tokyo, Japan

  • 2000  ‘Japan - Towards Totalscape’, Netherlands Architectural Institute, Rotterdam, Holland

  • 2001  ‘The Environmentally-oriented City’, Fukushima, Japan

  • 2003  ‘Con_Con’, Berlin, Germany

  • 2004  ‘Fata Morgana’, Tom Heneghan and Manu Kumar, Galerie der Kunste, Berlin, May 2004

  • 2008  Art Polis Exhibition, various venues in New Zealand and Australia

  • 2008  Venice Biennale of Architecture (Australian Pavilion), Venice, Italy

Exhibitions

Awards

  • 1975  Holloway Scholarship

  • 1975  1st Prize, Japan Architect Residential Design Competition (Judge: Arata Isozaki)

  • 1976  2nd Prize, Japan Architect Residential Design Competition (Judge: Richard Meier)

  • 1976  4th Prize, Building Design Competition (UK)

  • 1976  Special Category Award, Art Into Landscape Competition (UK)

  • 1978  2nd Prize, Japan Architect Residential Design Competition. (Judge: Charles Moore)

  • 1980  1st Prize, Art Into Landscape Competition (UK)

  • 1980  2nd Prize, Thamesmead Landmark Competition (UK)

  • 1980  Bernard Webb Rome Scholarship

  • 1981  1st Prize, Neon Sculpture Competition (UK)

  • 1981  2nd Prize, Newcastle Metro Competition (UK)

  • 1983  1st Prize, Colt/Building Design Competition (UK)

  • 1983  4th Prize, Northern Arts Sculpture Competition (UK)

  • 1983  2nd Prize, Oxford Street Lights Competition (Judge: Norman Foster)

  • 1984  British Plastics Federation Horners Award

  • 1987  2nd Prize, Kringlan Sculpture Competition (Iceland)

  • 1989  Distinction, Waterloo International Competition (Belgium) (Judge: James Stirling)

  • 1989  3rd Prize, 'Poliphile' International Invited Competition (Judge: Hans Kolhoff)

  • 1989  4th Prize, Icelandair Sculpture Competition (Iceland)

  • 1990  3rd Prize, Habnafjordur Music School Competition (Iceland)

  • 1994  Award of the Academy of The Architectural Institute of Japan

  • 1994  Tokyo Journal Award for Innovation in Architecture

  • 1995  1st Prize, Namerikawa Museum Competition (Japan)

  • 1995  1st Prize, Fukushima Auto-Camp Competition (Japan)

  • 1995  SD Award (Japan)

  • 1999  Chubu Architecture Award (Japan)

  • 1999  Fukushima Architecture Award (Japan)

  • 2002  Award of the Japanese Government for Public Architecture (Tohoko Region) 

  • 2002  National Award of the Japanese Government for Public Architecture (Japan)

  • 2003  Joint 1st Prize, Con_Con International Competition of the State Government of Berlin (Germany)

  • 2005  Finalist, Many Corso Design Competition (Australia)

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