The Architecture Model Workshop was established for the creation (atelier), exhibit (gallery) and production (factory) of architectural models. The space is intended to allow more people to learn the role played by and the potential of architecture models by making architecture models a more familiar presence. Model craftsmen are on site full-time, producing and restoring architecture models, and the facility is open to anyone who wishes to view the modeling process, something people normally do not have an opportunity to see.
The Architecture Model Workshop also designs, produces and sells original architecture models and related merchandise. New products and events are scheduled to be announced on a regular basis.
With a focus on architecture, this is a place for daily contemplation of the pursuit of new possibilities for and relationships between things and ideas. The Atelier is ground-zero for the creation of new things from connecting a diversity of various points.
Art is born of new perspectives free of all restrictions. It leads us out of existing common knowledge to a new wisdom, and provides the trigger for generating new concepts. The Gallery is a special space where visitors can physically experience the starting point of new creations.
Thinking with one's hands is an essential act in the creation of new things, and an important process. Conversely, the repeated act of creation grows out of that process. The Factory is a place for giving shape to creativity.
2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 JAPAN
About 3-minute walk from Tokyo Monorail 'Tennozu Isle Station'
About 2-minute walk from Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit Rinkai Line 'Tennozu Isle Station'
Open Hours 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Closed on Sun, Mon and National Holidays