Gallery: Fashion Museum Omotesando Has Beautiful Latticed ‘Living Wall’...

 

There have been some spectacular submissions to the Fashion Museum Omotesando Competition to design a 100 meter high museum for Tokyo’s most en vogue district, and Wing Shun Leung and Donald Shek’s ethereal, multi-layered proposal spattered with colorful plants and flowers really captured our attention. The challenge was to create an environment that could both house the museum’s exhibitions celebrating all things fashion-related, while continuously evolving with its surroundings much like fashion does to intrigue and entice passersby. The milky white layers that form the facade allow daylight to filter through the building and trays overflowing with plants trickle down the side of the tower, achieving a look that is very fashion-forward and constantly interacts with the outside environment on Omotesando Street.

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  1. sha1995 April 13, 2010 at 11:11 am

    i liked that museum with the plant and flowers

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