Tokyo Skytree Station "TO THE SKY"

Ceramic Relief,Mortar

Ceramic Relief and Mortar "TO THE SKY" / Designer and Supervisor : Kiichi Sumikawa / Concourse on 1st floor, Tobu Line Tokyo Skytree Station / Installed on April 20, 2012 See Original Painting

Production Scene

Artist's Message

Kiichi SumikawaSculptorI combined the Red, Blue and Gold ceramic plates with Narihira area, which has Edo tradition, to image a single sky.

Commentary

On this wall, the image of "Tokyo Skytree" extending to the sky as the highest broadcasting tower in the world is overlapped with the traditional Japanese image remaining in this area.
Mr. Sumikawa expresses shaping of "Sori (Warp)" and "TO THE SKY", which has been his theme for many years, by using "ceramic", a traditional material from ancient times in Japan.

Data

Designer and SupervisorKiichi Sumikawa PlannerTobu Railway
LocationConcourse on 1st floor, Tobu Line Tokyo Skytree Station Map ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, (Supported by Japan Traffic Culture Association)
Installed on April 20, 2012 News
TypeCeramic Relief , Mortar
Size3000mm × 4109mm + 3000mm × 4092mm
KeywordsSky

Data

Designer and SupervisorKiichi Sumikawa
LocationConcourse on 1st floor, Tobu Line Tokyo Skytree Station Map
Installed on April 20, 2012
TypeCeramic Relief , Mortar
Size3000mm × 4109mm + 3000mm × 4092mm
KeywordsSky
PlannerTobu Railway
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, (Supported by Japan Traffic Culture Association)
News

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