1-14-15-516 Aobadai Meguro-ku Tokyo 153-0042 Japan
This is the installation at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. The exhibition title is "Where is architecture?Seven Installations by Japanese Architects". It is a structure made of paper. The planar shape is a triangle of 30°, 60° and 90°. The height is around that person, the length of the longest side is around 16 meters. Utilizing the existing columns, I aimed to make it large enough so that the total image would not be seen at the same time.The total volume is around 100m3.This structure is filled in uniformly with paper frames. When you walk along the exterior, your view will change due to the many lines that are drawn one on top of the other. The structure itself is subtle, almost becoming a part of the scenery, in hope that instead of viewing the structure itself, this will be a space from where the view of the other installations will constantly alter as you walk along.