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Tokyo Fashion Museum Design Competition

The competition calls for designs of a 100 meters high tower-museum, containing exhibition areas of 20th century fashion history and becoming a landmark for Omotesando Street.



BY jesse

April 4th, 2011


The competition calls for designs of a 100 meters high tower-museum, containing exhibition areas of 20th century fashion history and becoming a landmark for Omotesando Street.

Omotesando Street gathers the world’s most important fashion houses that have been designed by Japan and the world’s best architects.

It represents a good opportunity for the winning architect to gain professional acknowledgment at a potentially growing market, such as fashion house buildings in Tokyo.

First Place winner will receive USD 3,000 US (and airfare to Tokyo plus accommodation), and the second place winner USD 1,000.

The competition is sponsored by the Art and Architecture School of Waseda University.

Register: 09 February, 2010
Submit: 01 March 2010

For further information visit arquitectum.com


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