2011. május 5., csütörtök

Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Odaiba Ariake Tokyo

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government designed the Tokyo Big Sight convention center in Japan. It opened in 1996.

Similarly to the Ed-Tyokyo Museum, the pedestrian level is opened up by 4 massive towers that lift up the main building. It has three main areas: the conference center, and the east and west exhibition halls. The most historically basic architecture shape is the pyramid. It is flipped upside down and arranged in a square with connections in between.

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Video: Atrium , View from bottom

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