Posts Tagged ‘Japan’
Sunday, December 25th, 2016
Article source: HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro
The project which is an old decrepit kindergarten located at Izumi city in the south of Osaka.
Izumi is a city which take the textile as the main industry from long time ago. But now as the work transfer to the overseas where has cheap labor, the local industry recession is today’s situation. About this planning, we set two topics. One is, By daily activities to solve kids’ lake of exercise which caused by inadequate site. Another is, for teaching kids about the local history, put in the element of textile which representative the local industry.
Image Courtesy © Studio Bauhaus and Ryuji Inoue
- Architects: HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro
- Project: KM Kindergarten and Nursery
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Photography: Studio Bauhaus and Ryuji Inoue
- Site area: 4230 m2
- Building area: m2
- Surface area: m2
Friday, December 23rd, 2016
Article source: Yoshiaki Yamashita Architect & Associates
This house is in Osaka city, the back of the Karahori shopping district. This site of the only 66 square meters is located in the place where entered 30m the alley from the road.
Alley width is about 2m.
Site is a corner lot in contact with the crank.
On the south side of the site, there is stone wall exceeds the height 4m.
Image Courtesy © Eiji Tomita
- Architects: Yoshiaki Yamashita Architect & Associates
- Project: Shoji Screen House
- Location: Osaka, Japan
- Photography: Eiji Tomita
- Structure: wooden
- Design team:
- Yoshiaki Yamashita Architect & Associates : Yoshiaki Yamashita, Kento Morita
- Structural Engineer: Yoshiki Mondo
- Constructer: Egawa Kenchiku (person in charge : Yohichi Egawa)
- Site area: 66.06 sqm
- Total area: 55.70 sqm
Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
Article source: Jun Igarashi Architects
This is a plan of a small atelier. The site is a quiet residential area located in the north of Sapporo City. The atelier was hoped for there as parting of an existing main building. As the program, the practice and the announcement association etc. of the space and flamenco for the painting were possible space, storage room, and small kitchen, the rest room, and the roasting room, etc. were requested.
Image Courtesy © Jun Igarashi Architects
- Architects: Jun Igarashi Architects
- Project: Small Atelier
- Location: Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
- Structural engineer: Daisuke Hasegawa ＆ Partners
- Construction firm: Akasaka Kenchiku
- Site area: 395.71 M2
- Building area: 40.35 M2
- Total floor space: 39.11 M2
- Design period: 2009.06 – 2010.03
- Construction period: 2010.04 – 2010.07
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
Article source: Kidosaki Architects Studio
Located on a sloping mountain ridge at the foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains, this house was designed on a piece of land that offers spectacular views that are rarely known.
Seeking for the best in picturesque scenery, the client took up residence in Tateshina , and spent many years searching for the ideal site for building his house.
Image Courtesy © 45g Photography- Junji Kojima
- Architects: Kidosaki Architects Studio (Hirotaka Kidosaki)
- Project: House in Yatsugatake
- Location: Nagano, Japan
- Photography: 45g Photography- Junji Kojima
- Principal in charge: Yuko Sano
- Structural Engineer: Toyohito Shibamura Structure Design- Takashi Manda, Mitsuru Kobayashi
- General contractor: Niitsugumi
- Structural System: Reinforced concrete, steel-frame partly
- Site area: 2044.68 m2
- Built area: 303.00 m2
- Total floor area: 199.80 m2
- Construction: September 2011 to July 2012
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
Article source: TSC Architects
This building is located in Nishio-shi, Aichi where the taste of the castle town remains, Japan.
We provided the open space such as the park to the cityscape on planning a dental clinic on this ground and wanted to contribute to local people.
Image Courtesy © Masato Kawano(Nacasa ＆ Partners Inc.)
- Architects: TSC Architects (Yoshiaki Tanaka)
- Project: Castle town Orthodontic Bruno
- Location: Aichi, Japan
- Photography: Masato Kawano(Nacasa ＆ Partners Inc.)
- Site area: 674.15 sqm
- Built area: 240.58 sqm
- Total floor area: 259.05 sqm
- Completion: 2014
Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
Article source: Love Architecture Inc.
Opens the temple to community as a place to interact with “life”
In recent years, the decay of local communities due to urbanization has changed the Japanese sense of religion including ancestor worship, weakening the “Jidan” (system where commoners had to register with a temple to prove their Buddhist faith) which is the financial basis of many temples in Japan. Charnel house, which is a new style of grave that appeared as though it responded to the trend of the contemporary times, is different from the graveyard passed down from generation to generation and does not follow the traditional Jidan system.
Image Courtesy © Masao Nishikawa
- Architects: Love Architecture Inc. (Yukio Asari)
- Project: Hasshoden-Charnel House
- Location: Ryusenji Temple, Saitama, Japan
- Photography: Masao Nishikawa
- Structure: RC
- Total Floor Area: 91.70m2 (63.90m2/B1F, 63.90m2/1F, 63.90m2/2F)
- Date of Completion: March 2015
Sunday, December 11th, 2016
Article source: Takuro Yamamoto Architects
House with 30,000 Books is a residence for two families, which has a large library between those two dwelling parts. As the name suggests, the number of books the library can store is about 30,000, which almost equals to the number of books that one small public library can store. The library space, sometimes works for bonding two families, sometimes works as a buffer space, is the common property for them and the most spacious place of this house.
Image Courtesy © Takuro Yamamoto Architects
- Architects: Takuro Yamamoto Architects (Takuro Yamamoto)
- Project: House with 30,000 Books
- Location: Ohta-ward, Tokyo
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Client: a married couple + a child, grandfather
- Structure Design: Matoh Structural Design Office
- Structure: Wood
- Construction: Koushou Koumuten
- Floor: Maple Flooring
- Wall: plasterboard + AEP
- Ceiling: plasterboard + AEP
- Exterior Finish: galvanized steel sheet, mortar + ceramic paint
- Site Area: 193.50m2
- Building Area: 107.84m2
- Total Floor Area: 207.43m2
- Design Period: April 2014 – October 2015
- Construction Period: November 2015 – August 2016
- Completion: August 2016
Thursday, December 8th, 2016
Article source: 2001
The project is a renovation of two rooms of 50-year-old rein forced concrete apartment building for renting offices.
What is needed to a renting office in this times when anyone easily access to property information and have a comparative review, that is office space is available environment for a diversified work styles and business model.
Image Courtesy © SHIMIZU KEN
- Architects: 2001 (Yoshi Kishida)
- Project: Office in Sendagaya
- Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: SHIMIZU KEN
- Construction: ROOVICE
- Total floor area: 90.90 sqm (#310 : 47.00 sqm + #320 : 43.90 sqm)
- Project year: 2015
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016
Article source: Jo Nagasaka/ Schemata Architects
It was such a great honor for me to design the renovation of my favorite building that I used to see every day. About nine years ago, we had co-established a shared office HAPPA across the street from the building and relocated our former office there; we employed to observe the neighborhood through the glass and this building was my most favorite among others on the street.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: Jo Nagasaka/ Schemata Architects
- Project: Blue Bottle Coffee Nakameguro Café
- Location: 3-23-16 Nakameguro Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Software used: Vectorworks, SketchUp
- Project team: Ryosuke Yamamoto, Yui Matsushita
- Collaboration: SOUP DESIGN(sign), hoshizaki(kitchen), WHITELIGHT.Ltd(sound plan), 1lux(lighting plan), GRANSCAPE Inc.(plant plan)
- Construction: TANK
- Structure: Steel
- Floor area: 3F_70.70m², 2F_150.23m², 1F_126.75m², B1F_49.64m², Total_397.32m²
- Completon: 10/2016
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016
Article source: Takeshi Ishiodori Architecture
It is a house built in Aya-cho, Miyazaki Prefecture, which has the largest evergreen forest zone in Japan. There were three conditions on the premises.
1) There are restrictions on color and form because it is within the landscape area.
2) The traffic volume is high along the main road.
3) Leave a wonderful cherry tree on the site.
While fulfilling these three conditions, I aimed for a house that melts while giving stimulation to the cityscape.
Image Courtesy © Takeshi Ishiodori Architecture