The Japanese Center in Los Andes

Aerial image of the render of the Japanese Center at the Universidad de los Andes.

The Japanese Center in Los Andes; it will be located in CAI Piazza

: Image of the render of the Japanese Center at the Universidad de los Andes.
View of the façade of the Japanese Center. There will be direct access to the basement and the first floor. There will also be a ramp so people with disabilities can access the building.
Image of the building´s interior design.
It will have a one-hundred capacity auditorium, a library, an exhibition area that is also a lobby, as well as administrative support areas.
Front-view illustration of the new Japanese Center building.
The building will have three levels that offer different services and a basement.
Illustration of different buildings in Los Andes, to show what the Japanese Center will look like.
The Japanese Center will be in the cultural heritage block (Block Ñe) as well as in the new building.
The vice-chancellor of the university Pablo Navas with Keiichiro Morishita, the Japanese ambassador in Colombia.
Pablo Navas, vice-chancellor of the university, and Keiichiro Morishita, the Japanese ambassador in Colombia, in the laying-the-first-brick of the Japanese Center ceremony.
Aerial image of the render of the Japanese Center at the Universidad de los Andes.
: Image of the render of the Japanese Center at the Universidad de los Andes.
Image of the building´s interior design.
Front-view illustration of the new Japanese Center building.
Illustration of different buildings in Los Andes, to show what the Japanese Center will look like.
The vice-chancellor of the university Pablo Navas with Keiichiro Morishita, the Japanese ambassador in Colombia.
01/10/2018
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The main objective of the Japanese Center, after it has been built and inaugurated at the end of 2018, is to bring together the country´s cultural richness and then spread this knowledge in Los Andes.

The Japanese Center for Culture, Economics, and Academia will have its own modern facilities that can be accessed by members of the university and people living in the capital.

The Japanese Center is currently being built in the CAI Piazza in the Universidad de los Andes. It will host a library on Japanese culture, a multi-purpose room, classrooms, a terrace, an exhibition room, and a one-hundred person capacity auditorium.

The Japanese Center for Culture, Economics, and Academia will be made a reality thanks to the support of the government and businessmen from the Asian country. It is being built as part of the 110th anniversary of Colombo-Japanese diplomatic relations.

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