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Hara Hiroshi is the brain behind famous Japanese buildings, the concrete sculptures such as Kyoto Train Station, Sapporo Dome and the Umeda Sky Building.
Hiroshi had a doctorate in engineering and has several important buildings in Japan to his credit.
The most famous of the buildings are the Kyoto Station, the Yamato International building in Tokyo, Hokkaido’s Sopporo Dome, Umeda Sky Building in Osaka and many other important structures. Hiroshi Hara is famous not only for his architecture, but for his essays on architecture like the ‘Discrete City’.
The work of Hara Hiroshi has inspired several and Lulu Hancock is one of them. She has paid tribute to the master by portraying some of his greatest creations. Likewise, grab this never before opportunity to sell your art online! Here is an amazing read to sell art online!
Some Of The Famous Works Of Hara Hiroshi.
1. The Kyoto Railway Station
The Kyoto Railway station is a major transportation hub and important railway station in Kyoto, Japan. It is famous because it has Japan’s one of the largest buildings and is the country’s second largest station building.
The magnificent building houses within itself, shopping malls, hotels, departmental stores, movie theatres, several government offices and facilities under a fifteen storey structure.
Kyoto was considered to be one of the least modern cities of Japan. Such an ambitious and huge structure such as this station brought in a new wave of high rise structure to his city.
2. The Umeda Sky Building
Umeda Sky Building is one of the famous landmarks of the city of Osaka. It comprises of two 40 story structures. These structures are connected at the top with bridges.
The wide atrium like space in the center also has an escalator crossing across it. It was a huge project and is considered to be an art in itself.
The Umeda Sky building has a roof top observatory, called The floating Observatory. It also houses an underground market.
The base of the building has been decorated with garden and walking trails.
3. The Sapporo Dome
The Sopporo Dome is a stadium for association football and baseball and is situated in Sapporo, Japan.This stadium has already been planned as a venue for 2020 Summer Olympics, 2017 Asian Winter Games opening and closing ceremonies, and 2019 Rugby World Cup.
What is so interesting about this structure is that it can switch between two entirely different surfaces. Football games are played on grass, and these fields can slide in and out as required.
The Baseball is played on an artificially created turf field. Due to the retraction of seats during the switch over of the fields, the stadium capacity is around 40,000 approximately for baseball games.
Painter Lulu Hoar, was absolutely captivated by the overwhelming structure of the Kyoto Station. What she found enigmatic was the idea, the thought that led Hiroshi Hara design this mammoth structure. Being a painter herself, she wanted to capture the Kyoto Station structure in her paintings.
She found it captivating and invigorating. She has made a charcoal painting in an abstract form of the Kyoto station. She titles this as Homage to Hiroshi Hara. This painting is 4.5 feet tall. Along with her minor works, this Homage painting has been installed in the United Kingdom.
Smaller architectural pieces are placed as three dimensional pieces of the Kyoto Station. She has used, Ink, Graphite and charcoal to draw the station. So the entire piece consists of both paintings and 3-D structures which give a very contemporary funky look to the drawing.
An Artist\'s Journey On SF Studio
Lulu has her own show on ShowFlipper with the tagline \'Lulu Hancock
\'. Her show has a collection of various abstract eclectic landscapes that gives us a glimpse of her amazing work. She has various onsite creations of various architectural structures, locations, and landscapes that are mostly blended into colourful and abstract images.
She has been working on a painting of a new high-speed railway line (known as the LGV Sud-Ouest) that is being constructed between Bordeaux and Paris. Her completed creation is being awaited and will be put up on the SF Studio. She was an illustrator for six years and it shows on her pictorial artworks.
Her architectural depictions are almost photographic and she works amazingly well with the colors in her canvas. She is skilled in the disciplines of graphite art, graphite paintings , landscape paintings, watercolor paintings , watercolor art and charcoal art. She is also a teacher and wants to pass on her knowledge and passionate towards art to her students.
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