1999 – Tokyo Toyota Museum
DescriptionOn a new artificial island linked to Tokyo city centre by monorail stands a complex that tells the story of Toyota, its past, present and future, like a triptych: in the centre, an exhibition hall designed by Japanese architects; at one end, a futuristic area designed by French group, Ex Machina, and at the other end a museum designed by François Confino in conjunction with Dentsu Tec. Toyotas and Eldorado 59 Cadillacs, Jaguars and Porsche 356s are displayed in sets representing the street and the car universe. In the workshop, we can even sit in on meticulous car restorations.
TypeMusée permanent, conception de la Muséographie et de la Scénographie
Fréquentation1,4 millions visiteurs/ 1 an
Surface4 500 m2
Budget11,4 millions €
Lieu (ville et pays)Odaïba, Tokyo, Japon