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Ginza Place Facade by Klein Dytham Architecture

Published Apr 19, 2018

Klein Dytham Architecture was commissioned by Ginza Place to design this incredible perforated facade inspired by traditional Japanese crafts.

The design is comprised of over 5,000 aluminium panels, arranged to display a beautiful optical pattern.

“Seeking a solution that reflects the craftsmanship synonymous with Ginza’s past and present, the architects developed a facade design inspired by traditional sukashibori latticework.

Sukashibori is typically used for small items like baskets or tableware. Its permeable structure was expanded to form a facade that opens and closes to reflect the internal programme.”

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