Visitor Number to “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” Has Exceeded 200,000!
The Mori Art Museum is thrilled to announce that, on June 24, 2018, 61 days since opening, admission number to the “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” exhibition admission number exceeded 200,000! (*1).
According to visitor surveys (*2) show the most popular exhibits (top # 1-3) as follows;
- No.1 Kitagawara Atsushi KIGUMI INFINITY
- KIGUMI INFINITY proves itself to be a very “Instagrammable,” dynamic wooden structure. The introduction of this project is here.
- No.2 Attributed to Sen no Rikyu Tai-an
- Visitors can experience only two-tatami-mat-sized space of wabi, with the cityscape of Tokyo from the 53rd floor of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower in the background.
- No.3 Saito Seiichi + Rhizomatiks Architecture Power of Scale
- It employs the latest fiber laser technology and videos in an immersive installation featuring 3D reproductions of interior spaces of Japanese architecture. Behind the scene footage of this work can be seen here.
“Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation” continues until September 17 [Mon], 2018. Be sure not to miss it!
(*1) Tickets giving joint admission to Tokyo City View, the Roppongi Hills observation deck
(*2) Survey period: April 25 - June 17, 2018 Total number of samples: 3,210
Installation views: “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation,” Mori Art Museum, 2018 Photo: Koroda Takeru