TNA Architects Designs a New Building for the Ginza District

By: Matt Ho - Published: Jan 7, 2011 • References: tna-arch & designboom
Tokyo is an extremely tight-spaced city, which is why TNA architects has come up with a building that’s a perfect fit.

The architects built the ‘Natsuno’ building in Ginza, one of the busiest shopping areas in Tokyo. Among the clusters of many buildings, TNA cleverly went small and thin without compromising the appearance of the structure. With the way the stairs are set up, doesn’t it remind you of Jenga?

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