In 1938, Tokyo’s first planetarium opened in Yurakucho.
80 years on, a brand new planetarium named “KONICA MINOLTA PLANETARIA TOKYO” (operated by Konica Minolta Planetarium Co., Ltd.) opened in TOHO CINEMAS NICHIGEKI of YURAKUCHO MULLION and ModuleX’s products were selected to be used in this project.
Our products were used in the lobby space which connects the two state-of-the-art planetariums.
By not letting the presence of lighting fixtures be felt, the design of the extraordinary space presented on the ceiling is being highlighted, increasing the feeling of anticipation.
ModuleX proposes a comprehensive overall lighting plan which matches the characteristics of the lighting fixtures used, such as using controls to direct the scene changes depending on the time of visit.
|Project Reference||KONICA MINOLTA PLANETARIA TOKYO|
|Facility management||Konica Minolta Planetarium Co., Ltd.|
|Design and Construction||KONICA MINOLTA JAPAN, INC.|
|Lighting Design||ModuleX Inc. Ryota Hibiki|
|Address||Yurakucho Mullion 9F 2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan|