Toranomon-Azabudai project puts health before business
The Toranomon-Azabudai project is a collaboration of several design companies and is a modern urban village. natural People are the core and business is the center.
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This multi-functional development in central Tokyo is full of lush green spaces and gathering areas. The design uses an open outdoor floor plan, including offices, residences, Hotel, International schools, retail stores, restaurants and cultural facilities. It will provide space for work, study, entertainment, interaction and relaxation.
The Toranomon-Azabudai project is a renovation project of a long and narrow area that was previously broken down by dilapidated houses and buildings. In general, urban infrastructure needs to be upgraded. The goal of the developers and local residents is to update the area and provide all the amenities of the big city while maintaining the feel of a small village.
The Toranomon-Azabudai District Urban Redevelopment Association, in collaboration with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Heatherwick Studio, Sou Fujimoto Architects, and developer Mori Building Co, recognizes a common vision of first placing the landscape and central plaza, and then rising after the three heights building. This is in sharp contrast to most development projects that prioritize buildings. The philosophy respects the two pillars of green and health at every stage.Some buildings will have Green roof, The central square will be full of trees, flowers and water features.
The entire community will be 100% powered renewable energy Source, which will meet the goals set out in the RE100 international environmental initiative led by the UK Climate Group.The developer also plans to meet the requirements of obtaining WELL and LEED-ND certificationThe project is working to set an example for solutions to modern problems related to carbon emissions, loss of biodiversity, and lack of accessible health care.
The project started on August 5, 2019, and the expected completion date is March 2023. After completion, it is expected to accommodate 20,000 employees and 3,500 residents, and receive 250,000-350,000 tourists per year.
Picture from Mori Building Company