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Osaka World Trade Center
大阪世界貿易センター

1-14-6 Nanko-Kita, Suminoe-ku
Osaka Japan

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Finished1995
Floor Count55
Basement Floors3
Building Uses
 - office
 - conference
 - museum
 - observation
 - restaurant
Structural Types
 - highrise
 - atrium
Architectural Style
 - modern

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire840 ftblue-style.com/photo/all/view-1038.html
Roof820 ft-"-
Main roof768 ft

Description
- Length x Width: 70m x 36m

- The Osaka World Trade Center Building comprises not only the main tower (with an impressive 76m x 35m footprint) but a low rise block and covered 3000 sq.m atrium as well. The project is park of the Technopark Osako development which comprises almost 800 hectares including three artificial islands in the bay.

- The tower houses public space, an auditorium, business support centres and office space (7th thru 44th floors). The upper floors house a World Trade Center Museum, restaurants, Cosmo Hall, and other functional components. It is within this building that the "highest" marriages in Japan often take place.

- The building is capped by the distinctive inverted pyramid which ofers 360-degree views of the city from the "Top of the Bay".

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Companies
Nikken Sekkei Ltd. - Architect
  
  

Drawing by Damien Koh
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