Monday, July 18, 2016

Revisiting Kitakyushu International Conference Center


At the end of my fifth day of walking along the Kyushu 108 Sacred Sites Pilgrimage I was in Kokura, somewhere I had visited several times before.


However, it was a different day, a different season, and a different time, so I revisited some of the interesting places to see if I could get some good shots.


In general I quite like the architecture of Arata Isozaki, and being a Kyushu native himself there are several examples in the area, including the Kitakyushu International Conference Center.


Built in 1990, it has a nice combination of curves and non perpendicular angles as well as bright colors.

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