The restored three consecutive arch entrance
The bronze doors with eaves, molding and casted decorative pieces
Aluminium casted latticework
The symbolic Marunouchi Building was completed in 2002, a reconstruction of the building that was first built in 1923.
One of the design intent was to infuse the buzzing energy of the area and its history. This intent is most evident in the bronze arches, a complete reconstruction of the entrance that was refurbished in 1935.
|1F Office Entrance
|Copper Alloy (Bronze, Copper)
|HL + Sulfurized finish
Decorative Bronze Fittings
|35-36F Commercial Lobby
|Urethane Resin Paint|
|Client||Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.|
|Architect||Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.|
|Contractor||Marunouchi Building Construction Joint Venture|
(Obayashi-Taisei-Shimizu-Takenaka-Kajima-P.S. Mitsubishi Construction)