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At the car manufacturers stand at the Tokyo Motor Show 2005, the genes of Bauhaus and Tadao Ando are merging to form a simultaneously progressive and puristic overall performance true to one principle: The architecture is square, the communication is circular. Part of this is a suspended building. It is installed above the vehicles like an invisibly suspended roof. It took a particularly ingenious piece of structural engineering to bring it to fruition. The centre of the fair stand is occupied by the global premiere of a newly developed unveiling production comprising a circular formation of movable slats.
Mutabor Design GmbH
Johannes Plass, Axel Domke, Marc Antosch, Patrick Molinari, Kai Riemland
Schmidhuber + Partner GbR (Architektur)