| Born 1940, Japan
Tomizo Yamamoto is an independent architect based in North Vancouver, who trained in both Japan (BArch, Waseda University) and Canada (M.Arch, UBC). He has designed a number of commercial, residential, and institutional projects in and around Vancouver, including Phase I of the Chinese Cultural Centre (won by competition), Royal Oak College and Dormitories, and Shaughnessy Gate. He also did hotel and commercial development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1984, and won an Honourable Mention in the Terry Fox Plaza Design Competition in 1982.
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