ASIA-JAPAN/Osaka

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Morning Calm'from KAL Nov.2000, The world atlas of Architecture' John Julius Norwich/Portland House,1988, 20th Century Architecture PART I,2/1991.

 

Osaka Castle
 
   Osaka

 


Photo by Byunguh Yu on 27 August 1996.

 

Chugil Shrine
 
   Osaka

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

City View
 
   Osaka




 View from Umeda Sky Building on 1996. 

 

Umeda Sky Building
 
   Shin Umeda City, Osaka




 Architect by Hiroshi Hara in 1993. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 23 August 1996.

 

Applause Tower
 
   Chayamachi Kitaku, Osaka

 

 Architect by Takenaka Corperation, Intra Design & Theater Design on 1992.Photo by Byunggu Yu in 1996.

 

Suntory Museum
 
   1-5-10 Kaigan-dori, Minato-ku, Osaka




 Architect by Ando Tadao on 1994. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 27 August 1996.

 

Osaka Aquarium
 
   Kaigan-dori, Minato-ku, Osaka

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 27 August 1996.

 

Asia & Pacific Trade Center/ATC Osaka
 
   Minato-ku, Osaka

 



 Architect by Nikken Sekkei. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 27 August 1996.

 

ATC Museum
 
   Minato-ku, Osaka



 Architect by Nikken Sekkei. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 27 August 1996.

 

Osaka ex Expo'70 Site
 
   Suita, Osaka




 World Exposition hold this site on 1970.

 

National Ethnological Museum
 
   Suita, Osaka




 Architect by Kurokawa Kisho in 1977. The National Museum of Ethnology is located on the site of the 'World Exposition 1970' in Suita, Osaka. The highly flexible grids incoporatedfor the entire building design and the display system connote thelattice-like structure of world cultures and, at the same time, ensurefuture expansions of exhibition spaces. The building itself is a complexof diverse, interpenetrating boundaries.

 

National Museum of Art
 
   Suita, Osaka

 

 

 Located on ex Expo'70 site. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

Night View
 
   Dodombori, Osaka

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

Kirin Plaza
 
   Dodombori, Osaka

 

 Architect by Takamatsu Shin in 1987.

 

Fujiki Building
 
   Osaka

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

Smart Buildings
 
   Osaka

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

Small Lounge
 
   Osaka



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1996.

 

New Kansai International Airport
 
   Osaka Bay



 Architects by Paul Andreu with Pierre-Michel Delpeuch & Jean-Michel Fourcade. The project has been further developed in joint venture with Renzo Piano. Nikken Sekkei & J.A.C. in 1988-94.

 

Osaka Prefectural Chikatsu Asuka Museum
 
   Osaka




 Architect by Tadao Ando in 1990-94.

 

Church of the Light
  
  Ibaraki, Osaka




 Architect by Tadao Ando in 1989. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 26 August 1996.