In Prada Tokyo, the Swiss architects Herzog and De Moron have done an impressive job of designing a modernistic, imposing, almost futuristic building that offers luxury and is a good place to stay.
Around the Prada Tokyo building is a steel mesh filled with "glass diamonds." These give it a glittering and crystal look and turn the building into a huge, impressive urban diamond.
In the inside of the building there are also surprises. There are six floors and five sides, but the deceptive connections between its floors surprise visitors and buyers and move them from floor to floor without paying attention, which certainly can contribute to the overall sales balance of the store.
Prada Tokyo stands out with asymmetric cuttings on top. Its windows are interesting, some of the windows are sunken and some are prominent. If during the day the passersby, can actually "examine the goods" from the outside and look in through the concave windows - at night the entire building becomes bright and beautiful..
Inside, the structure is interesting and original. Its inner space is made up of large, horizontal tubes, shaped like diamonds. Large displays and storage cells have been installed as fitting rooms for the customers.