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Park Court Shibuya The Tower

Park Court Shibuya sought to emphasize Japanese aesthetics via straight and curved lines as a high-rise residential tower. The design embodies a locational context of the elegant Yoyogi National Gymnasium as well as the verdant Meiji Shrine nestled in amongst large trees. The impressive form gently widens as it rises for a distinctly beautiful contour visible from every angle. The dynamic curvature cuts through the sky as the curved lines running up to each apex corner meet arcing rooftop fins. This project exemplifies Shibuya’s diverse mixture of creativity and personality by staying true to the Full of Color, Full of Life concept as part of a triad of buildings including the Shibuya City Office and Shibuya Public Hall. The brilliant colour gradation of the balcony exteriors emanates with residential life while the spiral around the tower gives an even greater sense of rise.

Master Designer〈Facade+Interior+Landscape Design〉
Hoshino Architects
Master Architect
NIHON SEKKEI, INC.
Contractor
TOKYU CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.
Client
Mitsui Fudosan Residential Co., Ltd
Location
Tokyo, Japan
Completion
2020
Size
61,491.62㎡ 39 above ground & 4 basement levels

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