Tokyo Fashion Museum – Proposal II

  • Stateon drawing board
  • Size4000 m2
  • LocationTokyo

The concept of this fashion museum tower in Tokyo derives from the analogy of a body dressed up with an external fabric. The dressing becomes as important as the body itself and acquires an identity for itself. Both remain in constant interaction. The continuous exterior fabric folds creating the building’s curvaceous outer body, while inside a protected organism is formed composed of different organs. The inner organism within the building is a continuous vertical unfolding “ribbon” which evolves from ground level (lobby) to the tower’s highest level(skybar).


Architecture emerges out of careful analysis of how contemporary life constantly evolves and changes.