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In 1994 London's Foreign Office Architects won an international competition for the Yokohama Port (now Ferry) Terminal in Yokohama, Japan. The innovative design treated the terminal as landscaped surface, both inside and outside, acting as an extension of a nearby park. With its recent opening, coinciding with the finals of the 2002 World Cup games, the terminal is one of the first large-scale built works of "architectural landscape" spawned by recent advances in computer technology.

Yokohama Ferry Terminal.Yokohama, Japan