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Ono-sake warehouse in Ibaraki, Japan by Eureka+ G architects studio

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Article source: Eureka+ G architects studio

This project is planned as sake warehouse among new residential area and commercial strip in Tsukuba. Sake warehouse has function as store in local business and as logistics base connection between sake warehouse to customer. Stimulation to the region and meltinging to landscape makes scenery.

Image Courtesy © Hideki Ookura

  • Architects: Eureka+ G architects studio
  • Project: Ono-sake warehouse
  • Location: Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
  • Photography: Hideki Ookura
  • Client: Ono-Sake-Ten
  • Design team: Inagaki Junya, Sano Satoshi, Nagai Takuo, Hori Eisuke / Eureka + Ryohei Tanaka, Gwangbeom Heo/ G architects studio
  • Structural engineering: Nagai Takuo, The University of Shiga Prefecture/Eureka
  • Environmental engineering: Hori Eisuke, Kindai University/Eureka
  • Area: 494 sqm
  • Design period: May 2015-November 2016
  • Completion: 2016


House I in Ibaraki, JAPAN by YDS Architects

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Article source: YDS Architects

The design image is interaction between inner spaces and outer spaces. The outer space inserts into the architecture, so that light and wind brought from the outer space will go into the inner space.

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Fujimoto/Studio Fuji

  • Architects: YDS Architects (Yoshitaka Uchino, Mana Muraki )
  • Project: House I
  • Location: Kamisu-city,Ibaraki,JAPAN
  • Photography: Hiroshi Fujimoto/Studio Fuji
  • Engineers: Tadasu Abe / Myu Engineering
  • Manufactures: Lixil, Ltd.,Woodone Co.,Ltd., TOTO, Nagoya Mosaic Co.,Ltd.
  • Built Area: 84.47m2
  • Total Floor Area: 129.19m2
  • Completion year: 2014


Children’s nursing home “Tsukuba-Aiji-en” in Ibaraki, Japan by Nobuya Kashima + Aya Sato/ K+S Architects

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Article source: Nobuya Kashima + Aya Sato/ K+S Architects

The children’s nursing home “Tsukuba-Aiji-en” is built in the forest and the field in Tsukuba city. 40 children live in these houses in the great nature. These houses are composed of 5 units. “3 group living units”, “office working and communication unit”, “training unit for parents and children”.

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Ueda, Yoshihiro Asada

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Ueda, Yoshihiro Asada

  • Architects: Nobuya Kashima + Aya Sato/ K+S Architects
  • Project: Children’s nursing home “Tsukuba-Aiji-en”
  • Location: Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
  • Photography: Hiroshi Ueda, Yoshihiro Asada
  • Mechanical & Electorical Engineer: System Planning Corporation.
  • Construction Builder: Narushima Kensetsu
  • Site Area: 7,402.54 sqm
  • Built Area: 1,439.58 sqm
  • Total Floor Area: 1,611.62 sqm
  • Project Year: 2014


Pine gallery in Mito-shi, Ibaraki by Taku Sakaushi / O.F.D.A.

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Article source:  Taku Sakaushi / O.F.D.A.

This project was launched to inherit the memory of the initial building of Re-Tem Corporation and improve the surrounding environment. The initial office facing towards a planned road must be moved backward. The discussion on the possibility of dragging back the building with the constructor in consideration of the structure concluded that the building would collapse if dragged. The client agreed with our proposal for inheriting the colors and shapes in the memory of his family in an abstract manner without regard to the original building. The office, carving of deity and small shrine as well as the outline of the entrance of his birthplace were to be integrated into the overall plan.

Image Courtesy © hiroshi ueda

Image Courtesy © hiroshi ueda

  • Architects: Taku Sakaushi / O.F.D.A.
  • Project: Pine gallery
  • Location: Mito-shi, Ibaraki
  • Photography: hiroshi ueda
  • Architects In Charge: Hirotoshi Takeuchi
  • Land Size: 819.71 sqm
  • Building area: 103.95 spm
  • Total floor area: 122.32 spm
  • Year: May. 2013
  • Structure Engineer: nagasaka design engineering building
  • Construction: construction gunji


Tsukuba Medical Laboratory of Education and Research in Ibaraki, Japan by Tetsuo Kobori Architects

Friday, June 1st, 2012

Article source: Tetsuo Kobori Architects

“Creation of an open space with suspended glass curtains”
A limited time 20-year PFI project located on the grounds of the Tsukuba University Hospital. With its main function being a clinical laboratory, it also combines spaces for student education and research to create a new communication space in the university.

Night View (Image Courtesy Bauhouseneo)

  • Architects: Tetsuo Kobori Architects
  • Project: Tsukuba Medical Laboratory of Education and Research
  • Location: Ibaraki, Japan
  • Work contents: Design and supervision
  • Main use: University / research facility
  • Structure: S Structure(by Arup)
  • Scale: 1500㎡
  • Photo credit: Bauhouseneo
  • Software used: Autocad and Revit


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