Tod's Omotesando
Harajuku: Notable building
 
Tod's Omotesando: Harajuku
Harajuku / Notable building

The curving, organic-looking shapes of the glass and concrete facade of Tod's are inspired by the zelkova trees that line the Omotesando boulevard. The building was designed by architect Toyo Ito and was completed in 2004.





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