Tokyo Office Principal
Yasuyori Yada
Yasuyori has been a practising architect for 30 years, 16 years of which he has worked with Arata Isozaki & Associates and 4 years of practical training under various architects in the United Kingdom, which led to the qualification as an architect in the U.K. He set up I.D.A Co., Ltd. (Tokyo) in 2000 as a founding principal and has worked on his own projects as well as collaborated with IDA Hong Kong and Arata Isozaki. His key speciality is in the design and planning of cultural facilities such as museums, theatres and convention halls. He has led projects of varying complexity and scale, ranging from corporate headquarters to special interior instruments. His skills are not only in design, planning and building technology, but in the co-ordination of local and international multi-discipline consulting teams, and formulating brief requirements and liaison with clients ranging from local governments to global institutes.

His major completed projects at Arata Isozaki and Associates are: Kitakyushu City Museum of Art, Annex (Fukuoka), Hara Museum ARC (Gunma), Lake Sagami Country Clubhouse (Kanagawa), Team Disney Building, Walt Disney World (Lake Buena Vista, Florida), JR Yufuin Railway Station (Oita), Tateyama Museum of Regional History, Exhibition Hall and Film Theatre (Toyama), B-con Plaza / Oita Convention Hall (Oita), Shizuoka Convention & Arts Centre, Extension and Renovation of Bass Museum of Art Centre (Miami Beach, Florida), COSI Ohio’s 21st Science & Industry in Columbus - Science Museum (Ohio), Shenzhen Cultural Centre (China), and as principal at Integrated Design Associates – Tokyo are: G Flat-Multiple Housing Complex (Tokyo), Extension and Renovation of Hara Museum of Art (Tokyo), Hong Kong Housing Authority Exhibition Centre (Hong Kong), Two Squares: Karuizawa M-House (Nagano), Minakata Kumagusu Archives (Wakayama), Isozaki Atea - Complex Building Development (Bilbao, Spain / under construction), Ono Terusaki Shrine Office (Tokyo), YSP Office & Warehouse (Tokyo), Japanese Restaurant B-con (Ibaraki), S Atelier (Mie),Zushi S-House (Kanagawa) and Toita Primary School (Ishikawa),Male International Airport(Maldives),Kumano Hongu Taisha Zuihoden(wakayama) are under construction,and other projects and competition are: Dalian Contemporary Museum (China), Shenzhen MTR Hedquarters (China), Jinan International Airport (China), Dalian Pancui Dao International Conference Centre (China), The National Assembly House and New Ba Dinh Conference Hall (Vietnam), International Convention Centre Bangalore (India), Mekong Riverside Nature Resort (Laos).
<Other Activities>
 Chairman, JIA Diploma Competition In Japan
 Committee, 2011 UIA Tokyo
(1) Characteristics of Space Structure (1979)
    Assessment by AA school Prof. Mr. Derrick Beckett
(2) The concept of domain in village configuration (1981)
    Assessment by Cambridge University Prof. Dr. Ron Lewcock
2002 Hong Kong Housing Authority Exhibition Centre:
Merit Award 2002 (American Institute of Architecture HK Chapter
Bronze Award 2002 for Exhibition Display (HK)
Winner, Institution Category (Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards

2003 Second Prize, Dalian Pancui Dao International Design Competition

2003 First Prize, Minakata Kumagusu Archives Design Competition

2004 Two Squares: Karuizawa M-House
Excellent Prize, Japanese House Design Competition

2006 Minakata Kumagusu Archives
First Prize, Wood Design Contest 2006
Runner-up, JIA Rookie of the Year award 2006
JIA Selected Works 2006 for Public Building
Nominee, RIBA International Award

2006 Two Squares: Karuizawa M-House
JIA Selected Works 2006 for Private House

2008 Minakata Kumagusu Archives
Director General Prize of The Forestry Agency of Japan 2008

2008 First Prize, International Convention Centre Bangalore
Design Competition
2009 Japanese Restaurant B-con
Exterior Award, Practical Usage of Timber Award 2009

2009 First Prize, Mekong Riverside Nature Resort Design Competition

2009 First Prize, Toita Primary School Design Competition (Collaboration)

2011 S Atelier
Excellent Prize, Practical Usage of Timber Award 2011

2012 First Prize, Kumano Hongu Taisha Zuihoden Design Competition
 G Flat( Shinkentiku October 2001)
 Karuizawa Tougikanosumika (Shinkentikujutakutokusyu September 2005/New House)
 Minakata Kumagusu Archives(GA JAPAN From July to August 2006)
Hong Kong Office Principal
Winston Shu
Professional Affiliation: HKIA, RIBA, Architects Registration Board (HK and UK), A3 France (Architectural Art Association) Founding Member, Honorary Professor Hong Kong University Department of Architecture, MIDM (Advisory Board Master Degree Course in Interdisciplinary Design and Management, Hong Kong University)

Winston has been practising for more than 30 years, with broad experience built over 2 decades of working with Sir Norman Foster and Partners on projects in UK, Hong Kong and China. His major completed work includes the Stansted Airport Terminal (with 28 international awards for excellence), and the Hong Kong International Airport Passenger Terminal Building (HKIA Silver Medal, voted the Best Airport in the World for six consecutive years since 2000).

In 1999 Winston established Integrated Design Associates Ltd. (IDA). Projects completed include the Hong Kong Housing Authority Exhibition Centre (received 3 international and HK design awards and citations), alteration works for the HK Airport, and the new Jinan International Airport Terminal in China. Current projects include the first environmentally sustainable commercial development, the Parkview Green Project in Beijing, a new Head Office with R&D facilities for Nortel Networks in Beijing, a new primary and secondary school for ESF in Discovery Bay, a new "Green" office development as well as a luxury residential development in HK, and the new International Airport at Hyderabad in India. Major competitions include the New Terminal 3 for the Beijing Capital International Airport (one of two finalists), the Dalian International Airport Terminal and a landmark commercial development in Taichung, Taiwan (both projects are winner of international competitions).

His key specialty is in the design and planning of institutional buildings, airport terminal and other transport buildings, projects with unique user requirements, functionally and technically challenging buildings, and "Green" buildings.