Gallery: Molo’s Nebuta Museum in Japan Wraps Itself in a Shimmering Rib...

The new home for the famous Nebuta Festival in Aomori City, Japan recently opened with an elegant ribbon-like façade by molo design. The museum houses an extensive collection of famed festival's elaborate glowing floats, and features the legendary characters
 
The new home for the famous Nebuta Festival in Aomori City, Japan recently opened with an elegant ribbon-like façade by molo design. The museum houses an extensive collection of famed festival's elaborate glowing floats, and features the legendary characters that have historically draw in thousands of tourists each summer hoping to catch a glimpse of the stunning works. The building’s subtle, streaming skin shimmers in the daylight, allowing for a diffused illumination of the interior, while blocking cold winter winds. Discrete openings appear to be pulled back like a curtain, subtly beckoning guests to enter the space and enjoy the festival all year round.

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  1. lvhuitheone June 25, 2011 at 3:15 am

    Japan is our near country,and in April,it happen earthquake,this event bring more influence.

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