コーネル大学建築学部大学院、コロンビア大学大学院GSAPP、ハーヴァード大学デザイン学部大学院GSDなどで客員教授を歴任し、2021年より九州大学大学院人間環境学研究院教授、BeCAT(Built Environment Center with Art & Technology)センター長。
Shohei Shohei Shigematsu is a partner at OMA based out of the New York office, who leads the firm’s diverse portfolio in the Americas and Japan. Sho is responsible for delivering a number of cultural projects across North America, including Milstein Hall, an extension to the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University; a new museum for the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec; the Faena Forum, a multi-purpose venue in Miami Beach; the renovation and reimagination of Sotheby’s Headquarters in New York; the recently completed Audrey Irmas Pavilion, a new event and gathering space extension for the Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles; and new design galleries and studio for the Denver Art Museum.

Sho’s cultural projects currently in progress include a museum expansion for the New Museum in New York City; a holistic campus renovation and new building for the Buffalo AKG Art Museum, New York; a new arts center with a theater and concert hall for University of Illinois at Chicago; and an underwater sculpture park and sculpture for the ReefLine in Miami Beach. His engagements in the arts include collaborations with multiple artists, including Cai Guo-Qiang, Marina Abramović, and Taryn Simon. Sho’s work in fashion ranges from branding and flagships to exhibition and scenography—from Coach Omotesando flagship and intervention for Tiffany & Co.’s 5th Avenue Landmark in New York, to exhibition design for the Met Costume Institute and scenography for Dior retrospectives. His recent and ongoing works in Japan include Tenjin Business Center in Fukuoka and OMA’s first tower in Tokyo for Mori Building Co, Ltd.

Sho has been a visiting professor at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP), Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), and Columbia University GSAPP. He is currently a professor at Kyushu University of Human Environment Studies and Director of BeCAT (Built Environment Center with Art & Technology).

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