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The National Art Center - Tokyo, Japan

Location information

Location: Asia
Country: Japan
City: Roppongi, Tokyo
Address: 7 Chome-22-2 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo 106-8558

General information

Started: 2000 year
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Completed: 2007 year
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Technical details

Height: 21 meters, 69 feet
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Floor count: 6 floors
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Design and construction

Architect: Kisho Kurokawa
Style: Glass, Futuristic
Building Uses: library, restaurant, cafe, museum, art center

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The National Art Center

The National Art Center - Tokyo, Japan
NACT from above

Information

The National Art Center was opened on January 21, 2007, boasting the largest exhibition space of any museum in Japan.
This unique and innovative art exhibition facility was designed by Kisho Kurokawa, who also designed the new Kuala Lumpur Airport and the Exhibition Wing of the Van Gogh Museum.
Hidden away in the back streets between Nogizaka and Roppongi Stations, as you approach the National Art Center Tokyo, it looms like a giant melting iceberg.
The building is made up of seven enormous column-less display rooms, each 2000m², a library, an auditorium, a restaurant, a cafe and a museum shop.

Gallery: The National Art Center, Tokyo

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