First triangles, then hexagons: the hexagon as the geometric DNA of an erratic architectural structure with an eerie lack of scale. Succession of hallways, apertures, views and spaces: an enormous construction is disclosed. The film conveys a fascination for a utopia of architecture that imagines life in future societies in flexible, large structures, expandable at will. The International Conference Center in Kyoto was built in 1966 by the Japanese architect Sachio Otani – a student of Kenzo Tange. Fragments of documentary archive material recall what may be the most significant event ever to occur at this place, the 1997 World Climate Change Conference. The film questions our idealistic future in post high economic growth era, with the help from this building, which is significant not only for Japan’s past and present situation.