Osaka - Japon - Cartes postales de l'Expo70.   Pavilion of Soviet Union - Architecte: M. Posokhin   Theme, "Harmony of man and nature, harmony of individual and society", The dynalic and solid structure of this pavilion, conveying the image of numerous triangles, rises to a height of 100m above the ground, and is designed to dramatize the ceaseless progress of russian people.

Osaka - Japon - Cartes postales de l'Expo 70

Expo’70 Fuji Group Pavilion, Yutaka Murata, Kawaguchi & Engineers (1970). http://www.kawa-struc.com/projects/projects_0302_e.htm

Expo’70 Fuji Group Pavilion, Yutaka Murata, Kawaguchi & Engineers (1970). http://www.kawa-struc.com/projects/projects_0302_e.htm

kiyonari kikutake - landmark tower, osaka expo, japan, 1970    Archigram: inventiveness, freedom, imagination,     Metabolists: realistic, functional ...

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Takara Beautilion Pavilion front angle. | 24 Ways The Future Japan Imagined In 1970 Was Better Than What We Got

Takara Beautilion Pavilion front angle.

Expo 1970 (Osaka): Mush-balloon

Expo 1970 (Osaka): Mush-balloon

Gallery - The Architectural Lab: A History Of World Expos - 19

Gallery of The Architectural Lab: A History Of World Expos - 19

Fountain by Isamu Noguchi, Japan

Fountain by Isamu Noguchi for the 1970 Osaka World Expo. This was one of nine fountains he designed for the Expo. “One day…I had a vision: I saw the Earth as sculpture.” Noguchi often said that the space around a thing is as important as the thing itself.


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