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24 October 2018

bold pillars

This looks just a cocrete wall, but it's a bold square pillar standing in the museum hall which includes an elevator inside and a staircase around it.


You can tell it is not for supporting the roof or main structure of the building, but is just for up and down.


The picture below is a corner of another building in Hibiya, near Ginza of Tokyo, and it has a supporting pillar with a Greek column like pattern on its surface.


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