SCHOOL

TOKYO

2007.03.


 
This project is a renovation of the design school.From a bird’s-eye view, the existing building is constructed at an angle of 45° with walls inclined at the same angle in the front and rear.The designer planned spaces for uses such as classrooms and reception. In line with this geometric building, these spaces are built at the same angle as the building. Therefore, this school includes “blank spaces,” which are used as corridors and inviting spaces to draw people into the depth of the building.
 

Place Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Construction Taisei
Shot by Youichi Tanabe
Completion March,2007