Japanese architecture firm SAKO Architects has taken over its home ground with light at every corner. With over 70 projects across Asia and Europe, founder Keiichiro Sako injects multi-colored flair to light up international skylines. The recently completed project is dominated by an exposed glass facade tinted in gradient tones with a vivid finish.
SAKO Architects’ “Vertical Rainbow” building keeps innovation at the fore, reflecting its occupant’s vibrant identity. The tempered glass exterior reveals mismatched rainbow hues ranging from red to purple. The minimalistic design comes to life under radiant sunshine, oozing from its extensive terraces with modern artistry.
After dark, the colors dim to create a “Night Rainbow” with muted hues that glow through the night, altered at sunset. The interior is illuminated by similar tones that bounce onto the walls and floors in pure fun, allowing you to experience the magic from all angles.
Take a closer look at SAKO Architects “Vertical Rainbow” building in Tokyo at the gallery above.
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