Mark Dytham

Architect Tokyo / Japan

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Mark Dytham
In the late 1980s, Japan was the country furthest in the future. Mark was determined to see what it looked like. The urban energy and willingness to experiment that he and Astrid found in Tokyo convinced them to base their practice there, despite hard economic times. Mark’s entrepreneurial energy kept things afloat during the early years, and his services to British design in Japan was honored by the Queen with the MBE (Member of the British Empire) medal in 2000.
Mark Dytham
Mark Dytham
  • Address 2F 1-15-7 Hiroo, 150-0012 Tokyo | Japan
  • Tel +81(0)357952277
  • Fax +81(0)357952276
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In the late 1980s, Japan was the country furthest in the future. Mark was determined to see what it looked like. The urban energy and willingness to experiment that he and Astrid found in Tokyo convinced them to base their practice there, despite hard economic times. Mark’s entrepreneurial energy kept things afloat during the early years, and his services to British design in Japan was honored by the Queen with the MBE (Member of the British Empire) medal in 2000.