Since its establishment in 1900, it has completed more than 25,000 projects in 50 countries. NIKKEN SEKKEI’s work is based on the maxim EXPERIENCE, INTEGRATED. This expresses the idea that all projects combine the expertise of architects and engineers with that of clients and users, building contractors and craftspeople. In following this integrative approach, NIKKEN SEKKEI breaks new ground in environmental design and develops solutions that create meaningful living spaces for people and communities.The lecture was presented in cooperation with Architekturgalerie München, where it was followed by the opening of NIKKEN SEKKEI’s first solo exhibition.
Tadao Kamei presented NIKKEN SEKKEI’s integrative approach in his lecture. With more than 2800 employees, Japan’s oldest architectural firm is also one of the largest worldwide
Architect Tadao Kamei joined Nikken Sekkei in 1981 after completing his Master of Engineering at Waseda University and the University of Pennsylvania. His works – from large-scale office buildings to complex mixed-use developments – have won him numerous architectural awards. Tadao Kamei is a member of the Architectural Institute of Japan.