Hajizadeh & Associates designed Tokyo Music Hall by inspiring from traditional Japanese architecture.
Tehran based architecture studio, Hajizadeh & Associates designed Tokyo Music Hall by inspiring from traditional Japanese architecture. Tokyo Music Hall is an award -winning design that caters to all people in the city by transforming its roof into a space of contemplation and leisure.
Considering important natural points of the site and important surrounding buildings on one hand and considering Japanese culture and history especially in architectural spaces on the other hand will take into consideration a special typology not only in the form but also in the use of materials such as wood.
The commercial body and the narrow width of the Takeshita Street on one hand, and the creation of an urban plaza on the other hand caused the skyline of the project to change from commercial level to level 0.00.
This creates a better situation in urban view and perspective from the street. Also, Meiji Dori street body and the tower located on the northern side of the site and preserving of mentioned urban plaza organizes the skyline of the project.
Principal Architect: Kourosh Hajizadeh
Lead Architect: Amir Hossein Hajizadeh
Associates: Shermin Amiri – Arash Shabahang – Pejman Taremi – Erfan Nikfetrat – Ali Samadi – Sepideh Dadjoo
Other Associates: Nima Heyat – Mona Dehghan – Rojin Akbarieh – Mohammad Reza Fayyazi
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