Posts Tagged ‘Japan’
Monday, February 26th, 2018
Article source: CAPD
A rectangular site with a long depth to the frontage that is well seen in urban areas.
The building which will be seen only like a one-story warehouse at first glance from the road side is a house planned this time.
Image Courtesy © ad hoc inc Daisuke Shima
- Architects: CAPD
- Project: Hi-Lo House
- Location: Tokushima Prefecture, Japan
- Photography: ad hoc inc Daisuke Shima
- Site Area: 215.62 sqm
- Total Floor Space: 137.46 sqm
Friday, February 16th, 2018
Article source: Wplus_Design
It is a plan of the garage and outside structure in Nagoya city.
The house was newly built with a house maker, but I was unable to convince the manufacturer’s proposed external design and received a request.
By dividing the frame of the garage into three, guiding the light from the center high frame into the garage, connecting the frame to the entrance created a space that would unite to the outer fence.
Image Courtesy © S_Yamashita/Aquarius
- Architects: Wplus_Design
- Project: K.N Garage
- Location: Nagoya, Japan
- Photography: S_Yamashita/Aquarius
- Architects in Charge: Toru Watabe
- Landscaping: Niwakoubou
- Area: 41.35㎡(only in the garage)
- Project Year: 2017
Thursday, January 25th, 2018
Article source: Fujimori Architect Office
The site is located in the central area of Sendai city, an area influenced by recent land readjustment projects. It is expected that this area will continue to develop and increase in residential population. With these circumstances in view, we designed an “urban-style” nursery school building that can efficiently accommodate increased numbers of children, while also encouraging their curiosity, creativity, and connection with the local community.
Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa
- Architects: Fujimori Architect Office
- Project: Morinoie nursery school
- Location: Sendai, Japan
- Photography: Shigeo Ogawa, Masahiko Fujimori
- Building Area: 211.31m2
- Total Floor Area: 662.83 m2
- Completion Date: March, 2017
Thursday, January 25th, 2018
Article source: Shuhei Goto Architects
It is a project that converts office and apartment building over 40 years into single family house. The site is located in a residential area close to central Shizuoka city.In the area,it is difficult to predict the future environment.Because a lot of houses are rebuilding due to aging.So we attempted to create a depth between the private room and the city.
South facade(evening), Image Courtesy © kenta hasegawa
- Architects: Shuhei Goto Architects
- Project: Renovation in Shizuoka
- Location: Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, JAPAN
- Photography: kenta hasegawa
- Site area: 102.34m2
- Building area: 50.35m2
- Total floor area: 85.74m2
- Complete: 8.2016
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
Article source: J.C. Architecture
A spatial journey that redefines us who we are
Yoga is about the inner strength of one self, it is about the mentality, as well as the physical, it is about the ability to go beyond who we are, and push the limits of possibility.
Image Courtesy © J.C. Architecture
- Architects: J.C. Architecture
- Project: Yoga Life studio
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Lead Designer: Johnny Chiu, Nora Wang
- Start date: 2017, 06, 24
- Finish date: 2017, 08, 01
Monday, January 15th, 2018
Article source: APOLLO Architects & Associates Co., Ltd
This home is located in the old town area of eastern Tokyo, where the atmosphere of an industrial district still lingers. The client, who works at a large advertising agency, and his wife purchased the building site in an area where they had lived in for some years. Their primary request with regard to the design was that the house have a courtyard.
Image Courtesy © Masao Nishikawa
- Architects: APOLLO Architects & Associates Co., Ltd
- Project: PEAK House
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Masao Nishikawa
- Structural Engineer: Masaki Structure Laboratory (Kenta Masaki)
- Site Area: 89.30m2
- Total Floor Area: 143.95m2
- Design Period: July 2015 – September 2016
- Construction Period: November 2016 – August 2017
- Date of Completion: August 2017
Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
Article source: bandesign | Hisanori Ban Architect
Turn,Turn,Turn, There is a spiral slope.
Turn and go up, And then go through a wall, Turn up next space, Turn,Turn,Turn, At last reach the sky.
Image Courtesy © Shigetomo Mizuno
- Architects: bandesign | Hisanori Ban Architect
- Project: Turn,Turn,Turn
- Location: Yatomi City Aichi Prefecture, Japan
- Photography: Shigetomo Mizuno
- Structure: Reinforced Concrete structure + Wooden structure
- Architects: Hisanori Ban , Yasutaka Shinkai/ bandesign http://www.bandesign.jp/
- Structural Design: Takao Michikura /IIJIMA Structural Design Office
- Site area: 213.26sqm
- Area: 212.56sqm
- Year: 2014
Thursday, December 21st, 2017
Article source: Shinsuke Fujii ARCHITECTS
On a site area of only 42m2, we planned a housing with a horizontally long bay window (not included in the floor area) towards a park where you can see cherry blossoms.
Image Courtesy © Shinsuke Fujii ARCHITECTS
- Architects: Shinsuke Fujii ARCHITECTS
- Project: Oriel Window House
- Location: Yokohama, JAPAN
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 75m2
- Completion Year: 2015
Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
Article source: iks design
For a casual French bistro, an interior design with comfort and a proper sense of tension was pursued.
Only materials such as brass, thick solid wood, and antique scaffold planks – those that would have enhanced characteristics as they age – were used for finishes. Brass was used as eye-catchers for lights, hanger pipes, furniture knobs and handles, window frames, decorative screws, etc., in order to provide gorgeousness to the interior. The antique scaffold planks add a casual atmosphere to the space, preventing it from being too sophisticated.
Image Courtesy © 329 photo studio
- Architects: iks design
- Project: bistro La vie
- Location: Nagoya, Aichi, JAPAN
- Photography: 329 photo studio
- Area: 66 sqm
- Project year: 2017
Friday, December 8th, 2017
Article source: Tato Architects / Yo Shimada
It is difficult to deal with architectural elements such as stairs and handrails that don’t have direct relation to the main architectural composition.
It might be my prejudice, but architectural space gradually becomes static, when additive elements are reduced to be abstract. It also has an effect on various human activities and furniture to vividly come to front, but sometimes it appears as if they are being denied.
Image Courtesy © ShinKenchiku-Sha
- Architects: Tato Architects / Yo Shimada
- Project: House in Toyonaka
- Location: Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan
- Photography: ShinKenchiku-Sha
- Software used: Vectorworks