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MY MOLESKINE® KIẾN TRÚC: Kenzo Tange: Sân vận động Quốc gia Yoyogi, Tokyo

ESPAÑOL The Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo, built for the Olympics in 1964, is the most famous work by the Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, which catapulted him to international fame and to the Pritzker Prize. Its aerodynamic, monumental and suggestive design became an icon of the Japanese capital and a benchmark in the Metabolist Movement, distancing himself from the International Style. When it was completed, the National Gymnasium had the world's largest suspended roof and after almost…

315. Kenzo Tange /// Tange House /// Seijo, Tokyo, Japan /// 1951-1953 OfHouses presents “Pritzkers’ First Houses, part IV”: Kenzo Tange (Pritzker 1987) was the most important Japanese architect in...

315. Kenzo Tange /// Tange House /// Seijo, Tokyo, Japan /// 1951-1953 OfHouses presents “Pritzkers’ First Houses, part IV”: Kenzo Tange (Pritzker 1987) was the most important Japanese architect in...