Exhibition

The 6th Exhibition
"The Creation of Public Architecture through Collaboration"
Tokyo Sea Life Park & Hiroshima City Naka Incineration Plant

December 25, 2022 - Mey 28 , 2023

Exhibition Statement of Purpose

Tokyo Sea Life Park and Hiroshima City Naka Incineration Plant are two highly frequented works of public architecture with celebrated, unorthodox designs by Yoshio Taniguchi. The purpose of this exhibition, “The Creation of Public Architecture through Collaboration,” is to show why these buildings enjoy such high reputations and how they came into being. We invite you to visit the exhibition and hope that it will provide an opportunity for a wider discussion and consideration of what the creation of public architecture through collaboration entails.

Ichiro Mizuno
Director
Yoshiro and Yoshio Taniguchi Museum of Architecture, Kanazawa

Hours 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (No admittance after 4:30 p.m.)
Admission
fees
Adults 800 yen [700 yen]
Seniors (65 and over) 600yen [600 yen]
Children and Students (high school and younger): Free
* [ ] Group rates for 20 and more
* You can also see the permanent exhibition at the same time.
Closed Mondays *When Monday is a national holiday, we will close the following weekday instead.
*The museum may close to prepare for special exhibits

 
  • Organized by : Yoshiro and Yoshio Taniguchi Museum of Architecture, Kanazawa (Kanazawa Cultural Promotion Foundation)
  • Planning : "The Creation of Public Architecture through Collaboration-Tokyo Sea Life Park & Hiroshima City Naka Incineration Plant-" Executive Committee
  • In Cooperation with : Taniguchi and Associates/ Kanazawa College of Art