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Kengo Kuma, SANAA and Nikken Design New Shibuya Skyscraper

Kengo Kuma, SANAA and Nikken Design New Shibuya Skyscraper
Kengo Kuma, SANAA and Nikken Design New Shibuya Skyscraper, © Tokyu Corporation
© Tokyu Corporation

Tokyu Corporation has unveiled a new skyscraper planned will rise adjacent to Tokyo's Shibuya Station. A collaborative design by Japanese firms Kengo Kuma, SANAA and Nikken, the 230-meter mixed use tower will feature an unprecedented, 3,000-square-meter public sky deck that promises "views of Mt. Fuji" (on a clear day).

The Shibuya tower is planned to open in 2019, a year before the Tokyo Olympics.

© Tokyu Corporation
© Tokyu Corporation
© Tokyu Corporation
© Tokyu Corporation
© Tokyu Corporation
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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Kengo Kuma, SANAA and Nikken Design New Shibuya Skyscraper" 10 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/770066/kengo-kuma-sanaa-and-nikken-design-new-shibuya-skyscraper/> ISSN 0719-8884
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