The Tokyo International Forum is an intricate, complex entanglement of steel and glass enveloping a long expanse of open space. More.
Built in 1996 & designed by Uruguayan architect, Rafael Viñoly, the Tokyo International Forum is a 16,000 sf exhibition hall & conference center in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to 8 conference halls, the space also contains restaurants & shops. Standing in the heart of Tokyo, its swooping glass ship shape off-sets the orthogonal buildings of the area.