st mary’s in tokyo

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St. Mary’s Cathedral in Tokyo originally built in 1899 was devastated in a Second World War air raid. Rebuilt in the early 1960s, architect Kenzo Tange created a soaring bell tower flanked by two wings of curving steel-clad concrete. The cathedral’s nave, with its 60-foot-high walls, is mostly illuminated by natural light. Photos: Anthony Cotsifas | via NYT

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2 Responses to st mary’s in tokyo

  1. Penny says:

    Beautiful stuff – as usual!
    BTW: I’m hosting a G&M Reunion. Did you get an invitation yet? Would love to see you.

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