Pavilion of Japan

At the time this was one of the largest wooden structure in the world, visitors gained access to the upper floor entrance over an arch shaped bridge which symbolized the transition from the traditional to the modern era of Japan. From the upper floor, visitors descends to the various exhibition halls which include a 100 seat theater where audio and visuals depicted the past and present cultures of Japanese people. The exterior skin was designed with Iroko wood from central Africa.

1992 Raul Pedroso / Solo Photography, Inc..
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Tel.: 305-634-8820
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