November 20, 2006 /

Blog: "Shopping" in Tokyo - part two
Tokyo, Japan

Ginza, Roppongi, and Daikanyama: Architectural as well as fashion destinations. By Kirsten Kiser, Editor-In-Chief.

Mori Art Museum by Gluckman Mayner Architects in Tokyo, Japan,
exterior entrance,
Photo: arcspace

November 20, 2006 /

Mori Art Museum
Gluckman Mayner Architects
Tokyo, Japan

The Mori Art Museum occupies the top five floors of the 54-story Mori Tower, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, in the new Tokyo district of Roppongi Hills.

The National Art Center by Kisho Kurokawa in Tokyo, Japan. Photo: arcspace Features
November 13, 2006 /

The National Art Center
Kisho Kurokawa
Tokyo, Japan

The National Art Center, Japan's largest exhibition facility, connects with the Roppongi downtown as an extension of the street. As the trees surrounding the building grow the atrium will become a forested public space.

November 06, 2006 /

Blog: "Shopping" in Tokyo - Omotesando area
Tokyo, Japan

A city of dreams for anyone interested in architecture and design. By Kirsten Kiser, Editor-In-Chief.

Art Pavilion by René van Zuuk Architekten in Zeewolde, The Netherlands. The Imagination exterior landscape
Photo © Christian Richters
October 30, 2006 /

Art Pavilion
René van Zuuk Architekten
Zeewolde, The Netherlands

The Art Pavilion is situated on a narrow peninsula, surrounded by green slopes, at the end of the seven kilometer Verbeelding artroute which runs through the centre of Zeewolde, the De Wetering landscape park, the woods and across the Randmeren dike.

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