To any Norman Foster fans, if you'll be in Tokyo anytime soon, head over to the Mori Art Museum to check out "Foster + Partners: Architecture, Urbanism, Innovation". As Foster + Partners' first large-scale exhibition in Japan, it spans the firm's practice over the last 50 years and features around 50 representative projects.
Visitors can check out a variety of models, videos, furniture, computer graphics, products, sketches and plans for notable works including the Reichstag, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, the upcoming Apple Campus 2, and of course, the Swiss Re headquarters in London (aka The Gherkin).
The exhibition will be open until February 14, 2016. Scroll down for more.
"Founded in 1967 by Norman Foster, Foster + Partners completed more than 300 projects in 45 countries around the globe...Throughout its history, Foster + Partners has consistently pursued such universal themes as 'tradition and the future' and 'humans and the environment' as they create architecture and cities based, on innovative ideas."
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