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overview

This creative museum opened within the Panasonic Center Tokyo as the successor to RiSuPia, which opened in 2006. It is a place for hands-on learning on themes such as SDGs, based on STEAM education.
We provide an environment where children can experience both learning and creating things, fostering their intellectual curiosity and inspiration.
The space was designed around five themes to encourage curiosity and motivation for creativity: "The feeling that it's okay to get dirty," "The feeling that you can make it yourself," "The feeling that you can rearrange things," "The feeling that you're not confined to a box," and "The feeling that you're having concept design session together."
Furthermore, from the perspective of the SDGs, the existing environment was effectively reused and updated while being incorporated as a concept design motif. The project team's desire to build on the history of the predecessor museum and to create new history is also expressed in the spatial concept design.

 

<Our project members>
[Sales/Project Management] Kei Yamazaki
[Direction] Akane Yamaguchi
[design, layout] Sayaka Koga, Seiho Tani, Ayumu Sasai, Miki Nakade
[Production and construction] Yuta Kumazawa, Yumi Asakura

 

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Basic information
open

2021

location

Tokyo

client

Panasonic Corporation

solution

design, layout, environmental features, interior execution, building execution

Award

"Japan Space concept design Award 2021" Bronze Award (C.08. Museums and Cultural Spaces)
Encouragement Award (Cultural/Public Facilities) at the 40th Display Industry Awards (2021)
"15th Kids concept design Award" Kids concept design Award (Children's Creativity and Future concept design Category)
"iF DESIGN AWARD" iF DESIGN AWARD 2022 (Interior Architecture Category)
"2023 Good concept design Award" Good concept design Award (Museum)

The contents of the publication are the information at the time of facility opening. Please see the facility website for the latest information.

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