Brutalist Japan Nakagin Capsule Tower Art Print
Brutalist Japan - The Nakagin Capsule Towers Illustrated Poster Art Print
A stack of washing machines or a tower of lego blocks or a giant game of tetris. This curious futuristic structure in Japan has fascinated many, and is the benchmark of Japan’s post-war economic boom.
Kisho Kurokawa created the Nakagin Capsule Tower in 1972, which was the first capsule architecture design. The module was created with the intention of housing traveling businessmen that worked in central Tokyo during the week.
Sadly this block has been poorly maintained, and is in danger of being torn down, proving too costly to repair.
Product Info & Sizes
Matte Prints on 250gsm thick paper.
Fine art Giclee Prints on 300gsm thick paper available. (I love this, as the archival inks enhance the colours, on light texture)
A5: 5.8 x 8.3in A4: 8.27 x 11.7in
A3: 11.7 x 16.5in A2: 16.5 x 23.4in
Shipping & Returns
Please allow 8-10 days for dispatch. For urgent orders, please message me, I'll try my best to expedite.
Shipping: Within UK : Royal Mail First Class Rest of the World: Royal Mail Tracked. (10 days - 20+ days depending on the country's customs)
Please note that prints are not framed. Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.
Giclee prints are printed on organic 100% cotton paper. Due to the nature of the paper, there are occasional grains and specks in the texture.