Cluster in the Air buildings in the Shibuya district of Tokyo

1960 -1962 by architect Arata Isozaki

MorE  |  HomE

unbuilt presentation model
Metabolism was an architectural movement in post-war Japan who proposed organic megastructures
as the future of urban living. Continuous growth and renewal in nature was linked to the development
of our modern urban landscape. Below a photo of the Duxton Plain Public Housing project Singapore
which consists of seven 50-storey towers connected by sky-bridges with gardens, designed in 2005
by Lim Khim Guan of ARC Studio Architecture + Urbanism with RSP Architects Planners + Engineers.

Metabolism architecture in Singapore