Saturday, February 11, 2006
"Take a coveted commercial location in Tokyo, and Tadao Ando, one of Japan's most talented architects, and what do you get? A building that is now dubbed “Omotesando Hills”. From the outside, the two-story structure, covered in 250 square metres of glass, offers no hint of what lies within. But step inside and you find yourself in a long, narrow building, with sloping walkways and more than 90 spanking new shops and restaurants. On the upper floors are 38 smart flats."
economist.com - Cities Guide Tokyo, Catch if you can February 2006
Posted by William Wilson at 2/11/2006 10:07:00 AM