Rabu, 31 Maret 2010

Osanbashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal, Yokohama-shi Japan

Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Farshid Moussavi of Foreign Office Architects (FOA) designed the port of Yokohama on the northwest part of Tokyo Bay, for the World Cup in Yokohama. It was completed in 2002.

The ferry pier was first built in 1894, which provided a historical precedent for this modern structure. The environment's topography flows into the building and contorts and shifts according to a circulation study and characteristic programs. It rethinks the pier as a series of circulations and experiences. The structure assumes the tectonic allowance of circulation versus geometric structure methods.

The multi-story building contains a parking structure, wood and grass decks, shopping, immigration offices, and arrival and departure lobbies.

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