Tokyo International Forum

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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Section of the plan
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Section of the conference Hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Section of the Conference hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Section of the Conference Hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Section of the conference Hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
main facade
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Aerial view of the complex with towers
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Tower
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Tower
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Aerial view of the tower
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
The conference Hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
The lobby section of the conference hall
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Open-air auditorium on the roof
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Elevations
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
Ground floor
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
+ 6 metres (1st floor)
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
+12-15 metres, 2nd floor
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
+20 metres, 3rd floor
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
+25 metres, 4th floor
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
+30metres, 5th floor
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1989
The new Tokyo International Forum was intended as a multi purpose center in Tokyo, Japan.
In collaboration with Eda Schaur, Friedman proposed a space-frame housing for conferences and four auditoria with a common underground entrance situated as separate pavilions in a garden.
This aerial view shows Friedman designed an overpass over the railway, thus connecting two parts of the city.
Themes: - competition entries
- Ville Spatiale projects
- cultural space
Collection Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, USA Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis