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This name is female as well. A famous female bearer is "Arata Tomori".
A character in the manga Moe Kare.
Arata Isozaki is a Japanese architect from Ōita. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1954. Isozaki worked under Kenzo Tange before establishing his own firm in 1963. His early projects were influenced by European experiences with a style mixed between "New Brutalism" & "Metabolist Architecture" (Oita Medical Hall, 1959-1960) according to Reyner Banham. His style continued to evolve with buildings such as the Fujimi Country Club (1973–74) and Kitakyushu Central Library (1973–74). Later he developed a more modernistic style with buildings such as the Art Tower of Mito (1986–90) and Domus-Casa del Hombre (1991-1995). Isozaki has designed buildings both inside and outside Japan. He is considered one of world's most illustrious architects, having won multiple international awards. In 2005, Arata Isozaki founded the Italian branch of his office, Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associates. Two major projects from this office are currently underway: CityLife office tower, a redevelopment project in the former trade fair area in Milan, and the new Town Library in Maranello, Italy.
Arata Izumi is a Japanese-born Indian footballer who plays for NEROCA as a midfielder in the I-League 2nd Division. In 2005 Izumi started his professional football career with Albirex Niigata Singapore of the S. League. Albirex Niigata Singapore was an affiliate of Albirex Niigata of the J. League. Arata grew a reputation for his speed while in the S. League. He scored his first professional goal of his career against Tampines Rovers in the S. League on 18 September 2005. He then scored his second goal of the season on 30 September 2005 against Woodlands Wellington. Arata ended the season with 22 caps in S. League with 3 goals and 2 caps in the Singapore Cup scoring 1 goal.
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