You can see the pictures of all the Installations here;
It was good. I enjoyed it very much.
But I wondered one thing. Where is colors? They used very moderate colors or white color except one installation that had red beams of light.
I think Japanese modern architectures are too much monochrome. White paint, gray concrete, silver steel, and transparent glass. The traditional architectures like temples and castles have more colors.
Some say coloring is not natural, but the nature generally has a bunch of colors, so I think it is not natural to create a thing that doesn't have colors.
Maybe I have to think of colors in the next asignment.
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I went to see an exhibition named "Where is architecture? Seven Installations by Japanese Architects", which was held at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (東京国立近代美術館). You can see the pictures of all the Installations here; http://www.momat.go.jp/english/artmuseum/where_