Partner, Kengo Kuma and Associates
Minoru Yokoo was born in 1996 in Tokyo. He graduated from ICS College of Arts in 1990. He joined Kengo Kuma & Associates in 1990.
Yokoo has engaged in the projects of Noh Stage in the Forest in 1996 (Architectural Institute of Japan Annual Award in 1997), Reisenji in 2009 (Fukushima Architecture Culture Award in 2011), Nezu Museum in 2009 (Mainichi Art Award in 2011), Teikyo University Elementary School (Building Contractors Society Prize in 2013 and JIA Award for Environmental Architectural Design in 2014), Kabukiza in 2012 ( Building Contractors Society Prize in 2014), New National Stadium Development Project in 2019 and more .