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Miyahata Ruins Museum – Fukushima, Japan

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Building: Miyahata Ruins Museum
Location: Fukushima, Japan
Architect: Furuichi and Associates and Suzuki Sekkei
Structural Engineer: Holzstr
Contractor: Hazama Ando Corporation
Completion: 2015

AE Interests: Museum dedicated to studying Jomon time period, exposed concrete exterior and interior, structural ceiling resembles caves, use of Vectorworks to design hexagonal timber ceiling panels, metal roof, structural glass floors expose excavated ruins beneath, primary form language is rectilinear

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Written by Grace Ito

October 25, 2019 at 1:13 pm

Posted in Built

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