The Tokyo Fashion Museum is a fine example of the importance of considering the reason behind creating something in the first place. Clearly it is a place of creativity, style and reflection. Therefore, it's not surprising that the design concept for the building itself encompasses those three descriptors as well.
Conceived by Rocker Lange Architects, the Tokyo Fashion Museum takes on the shape of a 'ribbon with a trefoil knot,' as The Design Blog observes. Located specifically in Tokyo’s Omotesando district, its unique structure will be embraced as an iconic building in the area.
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