Team Disney Building

Arato Isozaki
1990




The Japanese architect and winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Arata Isozaki designed this Disney office building which won a 1992 National Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects.

Entrance "gates" and facade

This office building serves as the local headquarters for Disney's Florida operations. The focus of this playful structure is the dramatic and colorful sundial rising through the center of the building.
 
 

The huge central sun dial

For more information on the sundial, see this site.
 
 

The playful entrance



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