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Receptionist with parishoner mail boxes to the far right and steps ascending to the great church room on the left.
Hardware and latticework
The details of the hardware on the doors again illustrates an elegance of detailing.
Note the windows which surround the congregation. Note also the strands supporting the small golden rectangles.
At the street corner of the pool is the entry to the church, where Inadomi again uses the form of a fish for door pulls.
Yodobashi church, Tokyo
Akiro Inadomi, architect. Located in a busy commercial Tokyo setting, the church maintains its distinctiveness in the midst of a larger setting.
Interior from balcony
The congregation surrounds the liturgical center with the wood of the chairs repeated in the wood of the platform and liturgical furniture. The Baptismal font, table/pedestal and pulpit are all composed of three circular ...
The consistory/classroom on lower level.
Exterior of the great worship room
Across the entry pool is the gently arched window leading into the main worship room. The interior ceiling structure gives its contours to the external roof.
Front and side view
Fenestration for main level group activities is generous on all sides while grating for lightwells of the lower level are apparent to the right.