Ginza Building with Sexy Curves


Tokyo-based architecture firm Jun Mitsui & Associates designed this stunning building that features a twisting faade in Ginza, Japan, one of the most famous commercial districts in the world. According to the architects, the fluid and flexible form of the building was inspired by the sexy curves of a woman.

The sparkling light on the surface of the building subtly suggests the shimmering reflection of a diamond. That's perfectly fitting, as the project was commissioned by jewelry company DE BEERS.

Throughout history, Ginza has been at the forefront of design trends. This sexy skyscraper is intended to reflect the excitement and importance of the district's ever-changing appearance.






Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects website
via [Archdaily]

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