About me



Naomi Pollock has been writing about design in Japan since 1989. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications, including the Chicago Tribune, Dwell, Interior Design, the International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and Architectural Record, for whom she is the Special International Correspondent. A trained and licensed architect, she was a guest curator for an exhibit at The Art Institute of Chicago in 1998 entitled Japan 2000: Architecture and Design for the Japanese Public.




One Comment on “About me”

  1. Hi Naomi

    The following is a copy of a message I sent you via facebook. Since I can’t find an email address for you, I’m trying other options. I hope you get this. Frank.

    “Naomi!!! Through a bizarre coincidence, while I was trying to get some info on the guy who married the daughter of my father’s second wife ( I guess you could call him my step-brother-in-law), I stumbled upon an announcement for your December talk at the Tokyo American Club.

    He works for Morgan Stanley and was recently transferred to Tokyo. In the online magazine of the Tokyo American Club there was a photo and a blurb introducing him, my step-sister and their family as new members of the TAC. And there you were on page 14.

    Try as I might, I couldn’t find an email address for you so I decided to try to reach you this way. I’d like to give you an update but I don’t want to waste time leaving a long message that you may never see if you’re not too active on facebook. So, if you get this message, please let me know. I’d also love to hear how you are doing after all these years. It doesn’t take too much poking around to discover that you’ve developed quite an expertise and have written some beautiful books. Congratulations. I truly look forward to hearing from you. Frank.”

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