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Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers - Nagoya, Japan

Location information

Location: Asia
Country: Japan
City: Nagoya
Address: 4-27 Meieki, Nakamura, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

General information

Started: 2005 year
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Completed: 2008 year
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Technical details

Height: 170 meters
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Floor count: 36 floors
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Design and construction

Architect: Nikken Sekkei
Style: highrise, modern, glass, Tower, Spiral, Twistscraper
Building Uses: college, university


Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers

Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers - Nagoya, Japan
The Mode-Gakuen Spiral Towers


Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers is one of the tallest building in Nagoya city.
The Spiral Towers are stunning, and the concept behind the design adds yet another layer of beauty.
Mode Gakuen opened in 1966 in Nagoya. It is currently Japan's largest specialized training college.
The concept of the towers are derived from enthusiasm of students from 3 schools are twining and rising up to the sky then depart to the real world.
This stunning structure by architectural group Nikken Sekkei really does set the standard for educational architecture. Located on busy Main Street in Nagoya.
Building green can be a challenge in major metropolitan areas due to significant political, social and practical hurdles; the double-glassed ventilation system in the Spiral Towers is certainly a step in the right direction.
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