Constellation '94 Yokohama
Writer: Ikuo Hirayama Title: Constellation '94 Yokohama Year of production: 1995 Material: Stained glass Size: H14 x W19m Installation location: Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall Entrance Lobby Born in Hiroshima Prefecture in 1930. Lives in Kamakura City. It is the world's largest stained glass made based on the sketch drawn by the artist, imagining the starry sky in the sky on June 2, 1994, when the National Convention Hall opened. Discover various constellations such as the Milky Way, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, and Snake Charmer in the mythical world. The combination of stained glass makes you feel the infinite expanse of the universe. It is a work that links the conference hall, which is a place to send information to the world, and the fact that you can see the starry sky around the world.
Shop/Spot nameConstellation '94 Yokohama
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