HOPKINS RAISES ITS PROFILE IN TOKYO
This image shows Hopkins Architects' biggest project to date: the 35-storey Shin-Marunouchi tower in central Tokyo. Bill Taylor , Hopkins' managing director , admitted the demands of the site coupled with tight financial constraints made the project particularly tough. He said: 'Building to the commercial demands of the budget was challenging, but the standard of craftsmanship in Japan was very high, which made it easier to realise a very well-constructed building out of a very restricted ...
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