Tokyu Toyoko Shibuya station

A photo-feature by Tadayoshi Nakamura

Tokyu Toyoko Shibuya station: wall-back-lighted signs panels --- Designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando (Pritzker Prize 1995), the station is by itself an architectural attraction featuring an egg-shaped entrance to the underground subway lines operated by the Tokyu Corporation subway company. Completed in 2008, bricks of prefabricated glass fibre-reinforced concrete (GFRC) was used for every surface (floors, walls, ceilings and columns). Tokyo, Japan.

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Tokyu Toyoko Shibuya station designed by Tadao Ando

A photo-feature by Tadayoshi Nakamura

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