Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture Designs Another Vibrant Building

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 20, 2014 • References: & contemporist
Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture is making a name for itself when it comes to their playful use of colors as well as sculptural contemporary structures. Building another eye-catching Sugamo Shinkin Bank in Tokyo, Japan, the firm focused more on a pixelated front in place of stacked layeres and sticks. By doing so, Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture stays with their cheerful theme in an innovative way.

As though one big vertical garden, the bank by Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture features small balconies that hold tall plants for a refreshing touch of nature. Although some may think that this touch would clash too much with the modern shapes and colors, Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture manages to implement the perfect balance. Stats for Colorfullly Pixelated Banks Trending: Older & Mild
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