Exhibition: Architecture of the Year 1996
Camera obscura or Architectural Museum of Revolutions

Time: November 20 - December 3, 1996
Place: Met-Hall in the Metropollitan Plaza, Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Producer: ISOZAKI Arata, Architect
Theme: Anti-Dogma of the Architectural History or New History for the Architecture
Key Words: Architecture and Revolutions (French Revolution, Russian Revolution and Chinese Revolution), Architectural History and Nation State, "Japanesquization" of Architecture, Architecture "Made in Tokyo"...

More Information: Architectural Institute of Japan
5-26-20 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan
Tel. +81-3-3456-2056
Fax. +81-3-3456-2058

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Design of the Exhibition Hall (by HAN Ayumi)

Photo of model

Photos of this Exhibition (by TAIRA Takeshi)

Passage 1

Section 1: Visionary Machine - Architecture of the French Revolution

From Section 1 to Section 2

Section 2: Architecture as Spectacle - Another Plan for MEIJI

From Section 2 to Section 3

From Section 3 to Section 4

Section 4: City as Massproducer - Made in Tokyo

Passage 2: Room for Discourse

Central Room for an Architect's Books

Display in the Floor of the central Room

Some Works for the Exhibition

Field Note of ITOH Chuta, Architect
Drawing of the Russian Architect, Gamon Gaman
Design of T-shirt for Architecture "Made in Tokyo"

Contents of the Catalogue (in Japanese)

made in tokyo (in Japanese):

Design of this section
made in tokyo T-shirt

Some photos:
Cement mixer apartment
Tennis house
Super car school


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