Posts Tagged ‘Japan’
Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Article source: Matsuya Art Works.co.ltd.
The building designed as the new school building for the Toshin Satellite Preparatory School is a rental property in an area with a high concentration of girls’ schools, with our client, Matsuo Gakuin, occupying the building as a tenant. The building in question faces a bustling shopping street which also serves as a busy school route for students. The exterior of the building facing the shopping district is made entirely of glass. It was anticipated that the impression created by the interior design of the building, visible to students passing by the glass exterior, would have a positive impact on increasing student enrollment numbers.
Image Courtesy © Matsuya Art Works.co.ltd.
- Architects: Matsuya Art Works.co.ltd.
- Project: Toshin Satelite Preparatory School
- Location: Kobe, Japan
- Software used: Vectorworks
Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
The following interior design was realized for a restaurant built on a farm surrounded by a lush forest.
Since the menu is characterized by the fact that dairy products, such as cheese and yogurt, made from fresh milk produced on-site at the dairy farm is used in each and all of their dishes, we were tasked with providing a space to attractively showcase said menu by evoking the imagery associated with the power of fresh ingredients and the natural setting of the forest surrounding the farm on which these quality products are made throughout the entire space.
full view, Image Courtesy © Atsushi ishida
- Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
- Project: Dream Dairy Farm Restaurant
- Location: chiba, Japan
- Photography: Atsushi ishida
- Area: 75sqm
- Client: narita dream dairy farm
- Completion: August 2014
- Ceiling: timber,resin boards ,painted board
- Floor: wood
- Wall: special painted drywall,wood
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
Article source: harunatsu-arch
The project site is located in the Izumo Plain made of sands carried by the Hii River, leading to Lake Shinji, and the Kobe River, leading to the Sea of Japan, in Izumo City of Shimane prefecture. It is known as a rice‐producing district in Shimane prefecture characterized by its Tsujimatsu windbreak forests, where open plains are uncommon. The northwest boundary of the site of 100 tsubo (330 square meters) is lined by trees of the Juniperus genus and a countryside view extends out opposite the street.
Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura
- Architects: harunatsu-arch
- Project: Gui House
- Location: Izumo, Shimane, Japan
- Photography: Kai Nakamura
- Software used: MicroStation for working drawings
- Architect Team: Shoko Murakaji, Naoto Murakaji
- Size: single storey
- Total floor space: 68.74 square meters, Statics Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio
- Year of construction: 2014
Saturday, November 1st, 2014
Article source: TAKESHI HOSAKA ARCHITECTS
Genesis of the Old Testament begins from the sentence “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”And the Creation of seven days is written.
Image Courtesy © MASAO NISHIKAWA
- Architects: TAKESHI HOSAKA ARCHITECTS
- Project: Love House
- Location: Yokohama, JAPAN
- Photography: MASAO NISHIKAWA, Nacasa&Pertners/ Koji Fujii
- Interior Design: TAKESHI HOSAKA , MEGUMI HOSAKA
- Construction nature: wooden-structure
- Site: 33.16 m2
- Building area: 18.96 m2
- Building height: 5425 mm
- No. of floors: 2F
- Design: 2004
- Planning start (M/Y): April / 2004
- Beginning of construction:March / 2005
- Completion: July / 2005
Saturday, November 1st, 2014
Article source: TAKESHI ISHIODORI ARCHITECTURE
It is a simple timbered house of 1 story built in Kagoshima,Japan.It has a long and slender plan in north and south so that a north and south long and slender site may be met. Space is arranged from south at the turn of a parking lot, the garden, living room, dinning room, a courtyard, and a bedroom. Since a long passage produced inevitably, all the places facing a passage were made into the closet, and attained the increase in efficiency of storage.
Image Courtesy © TAKESHI ISHIODORI ARCHITECTURE
Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Article source: OISHI Masayuki & Associates
Clinic in Onomichi is a dental clinic near Onomichi station. Large skylights on the north side make the office space light and airy.
From outside, people can see a building structure through the skylights, and the building creates one aspect of the town scape.
Image Courtesy © Toshinori Tanaka
- Architects: OISHI Masayuki & Associates
- Project: Dental Clinic
- Location: Onomichi, Japan
- Photography: Toshinori Tanaka, Daici Ano
- Principal use: dental clinic
- Structure adviser: Yasuhiro Mochizuki
- Facility design: ES associates
- General Contractor: TAIHOU corporation
- Use district: commercial zoning
- Site Area: 310.38㎡
- Building Area: 136.49㎡
- Total Floor Area: 156.03㎡, (1F_134.3㎡, 2F_19.08㎡)
- Construction Period: 2012.02-2012.06
Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Article source: Naoya Kitamura Architecture Office
The site where the client grew up is the rice paddies away a little from the urban areas, It is a region that is wooden houses built sparsely. It is a place where old-fashioned landscape of Japan remains. Client demand is to be able to support the number of people even changed, and spaciously place. And it had room on the size of the site, the plan is a unique, such as spread around in one stroke. The house has a space that can be both as felt like a one-room, and as felt between the room be connected to all generous. If the number of family members is few, it can be used as a living whole. If the number of family members is often, can be used as a private room by partitioning large door or accordion curtain. In addition, small garden has been made by the plan has been uneven, a lot of windows are opened to the long outer wall in various directions, therefore, garden, countryside, into the sky and mountains, feel the spread. Each of which people is spent in their own way in the plaza. I aimed to make a such an open space.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota
- Architects: Naoya Kitamura Architecture Office
- Project: House N
- Location: Gifu, Japan
- Photography: Takumi Ota
- Collaborators: KaNeKo Structural Engineers
- Date of completion: 2014
- Area: 114.86m2
Friday, October 24th, 2014
Article source: iks design (Masakazu Kobayashi)
This bar, GEEK located on a quiet street, but still just one block away from a busy boulevard. The concept of GEEK is relaxing atmosphere for quality time. We’ ve specified materials to make good use of these materials. What the materials are Mortar with Sumi, Wood-wool cement board, Concrete Block, Wooden plywood, Steel Window Flame, Brass light and hardware.
Image Courtesy © Takumi Sugimura
- Architects: iks design (Masakazu Kobayashi)
- Project: GEEK comfortable bar & cafe Shop
- Location: Shizuoka, JAPAN
- Photography: Takumi Sugimura
- Completed data : 2013
- Gross area : 36m2
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: Naoya Kawabe Architect & Associates
This site appears when walking while gentle slope the alley of the width of about 2.5m by about 30m. Surroundings are built of the house, and see Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway in front of the east side. The connected alley is drawn in to the site as it is in the townhouse in 12 households in all, and the building is arranged on the both sides dividing the volume into two. This building slightly extends the end of a past alley, and makes the depths that comes off to the sky. As for the wall that places the alley and is opposite, a slit window is set up along the ceiling side. It becomes the interface of each unit and the outside, and controls the relation of the room mutually opposite. Implications of the town and the unit of house become shape in a secluded most place in the town district, and it appears.
Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: Akira Koyama + KEY OPERATION INC.
Facing a street near the JR Ebisu Station circle, the property is a restaurant building principally envisioned for tenants purveying Japanese cuisine. A compact lot of 76 m2 called for securing the most possible tenant floor space. The sky occupancy factor, which would limitthe permitted obstruction of visible sky from land around the lot, was utilized in a study to determine how to gain the most cubic volume for a building. Consequently, the building configuration was set at six levels: tenant space of 48 m2 per level up to the fourth floor with a setback of 50 cm, andan additional setback for the fifth and sixth floors.
Image Courtesy © Akira Koyama + KEY OPERATION INC.
- Architects: Akira Koyama + KEY OPERATION INC.
- Project: Komachi Building
- Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Client∕Developer: Time Zone Limited.
- Construction: Kuboco
- Site Area: 76.30 m2
- Construct Area: 50.57 m2
- Gross Floor Area: 258.51 m2