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Pacifico Yokohama "Constellation, Yokohama in 1994"

Stained Glass

Stained Glass "Constellation, Yokohama in 1994" / Original Painter : Ikuo Hirayama / Entrance Lobby, National Convention Hall, Pacifico Yokohama / Installed on April, 1994 See Original Painting

Production Scene

Commentary

The only "National Convention Hall" in East Japan opened on April 25, 1994. The whole convention hall was imaged with a shell, and the lobby in the first floor through the third floor was decorated with a stained glass. A Greek mythology world drawn based on thirteen constellations such as Virgo and Libra that shine in the sky over Yokohama on Yokohama Port Opening Day anniversary (June 2) emerges with a stained glass of internal lighting with 280 sheets of 1 meter square glass frame.
Approximately 15,000 pieces of glass selected from 800 colors of German antique glass are used and this stained glass, which curves dynamically, makes us feel the grand universe.

Data

Original PainterIkuo Hirayama PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
LocationEntrance Lobby, National Convention Hall, Pacifico Yokohama Map ProducerModern Mural Arts Intitute (currently CREARE Studio)
Installed on April, 1994 News
TypeStained Glass
Size14.0m height × 13.0m (upper) or 19.0m (lower) width (240㎡)
Keywords

Data

Original PainterIkuo Hirayama
LocationEntrance Lobby, National Convention Hall, Pacifico Yokohama Map
Installed on April, 1994
TypeStained Glass
Size14.0m height × 13.0m (upper) or 19.0m (lower) width (240㎡)
Keywords
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerModern Mural Arts Intitute (currently CREARE Studio)
News

Map

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