Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito


The new Tama Art University library designed by Toyo Ito will provide a range of facilities designed to develop the intellect and enhance life in a contemporary information society.

The first floor features a gallery space where students will be able to assimilate the latest information from every angle. The gallery will act as a space for various exciting events and exhibitions. On the second floor, there is a space for reading where the stacks and reading seats are in perfect harmony. With its underground storerooms, the library can hold 300,000 volumes.



Photos by Ishiguro Photographic Institute.


And some construction photos of the arches that allow to create an exhilaratingly open space. Very impressive.


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5 thoughts on “Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito

  1. really gr8………..i mean it’s really some thing new and modern……..that is called modern architecture

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