Kenji Watanabe

    Kenji Wantanabe

    Mt. Fuji World Heritage Centre

    Date. 2014-2016
    Location. Shizuoka, Japan
    Type. Memorial & Exhibition hall
    Size. 4,300 sqm

    Designed by the Pritzker Prize winner, Shigeru Ban, this UNESCO world heritage project features an inverted, latticed cone. Kenji was the chief visualizer for the competition phase and leads the BIM for construction.

    London Olympic Stadium

    Date. 2008-2012
    Location. London, United Kingdom
    Type. Stadium
    Size. 80,000 seats

    Constructed to serve as the primary stadium for the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. It hosted not only the track and field events but also the opening and closing ceremonies. After the Olympics, the stadium was refitted as a multi-purpose stadium, home to both the West Ham United Football Club and British Athletics.

    Omote-Sando Keyaki Building

    Date. 2013
    Location. Tokyo, Japan
    Type. Retail, Office
    Size. 957 sqm

    An 8 storey commercial building designed by Dan Norihiko located on Omotesando Ave. The building’s external structure is composed of leaf-shaped columns of reinforced concrete. The columns retain the wood-like texture of the timber formwork.


    Kenji is Syntegrate’s Director of Japan and brings with him his expertise in the area of architectural visualisation. Prior to joining Syntegrate, Kenji established VICC– one of the foremost architectural visualisation companies in Japan. His commitment to the art and discipline of visulisations is evident in numerous competition-winning images for some of the world’s most reknowned Pritzker Prize-winning architects. Kenji is the Chairman of the Japan Architectural Renderers Association.