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House in Izumi-Ohmiya, Japan by Tato architects

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Article source: Tato architects

A warehouse was converted into a residential space for a young couple who like bouldering which is a kind of free climbing and a sport to climb rocks of two to four meters high without lifeline.

The inside walls are designed in several leaned parts for them to attach some instruments to practice bouldering. For changing the nature of the building we came up with additional walls minimizing the modification to the existing building. As the outside walls were of ACL and the resistance against heat and rain were anticipated, they are covered with corrugated galvalume steal plates with heat insulator attached on the back.

Image Courtesy Tato Architects

  • Architects: Tato architects
  • Project: House in Izumi-Ohmiya
  • Location: Osaka Japan
  • Site area: 162.15m2
  • Building area: 79.20m2
  • Total floor area: 118.41m2
  • Type of Construction: Steel
  • Program: house & atelier
  • Principal designer: Yo shimada
  • Photography: Satoshi Shigeta, Tato Architects

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On the corner in Shiga, Japan by EASTERN design office

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Article source: EASTERN design office

A castle where the boys and girls of the story of Michael Ende could be entering. It is a triangular building configured by the square elements!

The site is a manufacturing area in Youkaichi City in Shiga Prefecture.  There are many big factories in this town. A lot of immigrants from South America live here among the local people.

 

Images Courtesy Koichi Torimrura

  • Architect: EASTERN design office
  • Name of Project: On the corner
  • Location: Shiga, Japan
  • Completion: 2011
  • Photographer: Koichi Torimura

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Light-Light Shelter in Yaizu, Japan by Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Article source: Mount Fuji Architects Studio

This is a delicatessen store built in poor ambient environment. Walls of neighboring house surround three side of it. And the only side free from the dominant wall is facing north. In order to place many kitchen instruments, we were obliged to create much floor space, making the most of the small budget and small plot of land.

Image Courtesy Mount Fuji Architects Studio

  • Architects: Mount Fuji Architects Studio
  • Project: Light-Light Shelter
  • Location: Yaizu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
  • Function: Delica-Shop
  • Site area: 122.31m2
  • Building area: 97.10m2
  • Total floor area: 86.13m2
  • Number of stories: 1
  • Building height: 3.6m
  • Structural system: steel frame
  • Major materials: silicate calcium board, exterior=interior

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Secondary Landscape in Shibuya, Japan by Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Article source: Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Assignment: to produce a creative saloon for prospective beauty-experts on the roof of 40(or more)-year-old building located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.

Image Courtesy Mount Fuji Architects Studio

  • Architects: Masahiro Harada + Mao / Mount Fuji Architects Studio
  • Project: Secondary Landscape
  • Location: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
  • Function: Salon
  • Interior area: 68m2
  • Structural system: steel frame
  • Major materials: western red cedar (2“6”), exterior= interior

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Keyhole House in Kyoto, Japan by EASTERN design office

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Article source: EASTERN design office

The facade of this house has the shape of a keyhole.

A key to open “my house”, which is standing along a narrow street of a crowded town, is designed as a key itself on the façade of this house. A house can be called a key, which will open up your life happily.  Such a small key, this house is a key!

Image Courtesy Koichi Torimura

  • Architects: EASTERN design office
  • Project: Keyhole House
  • Location: Kyoto, Japan
  • Site Area:90.81㎡
  • Total Floor Area:103.47㎡
  • Structural Engineering: EASTERN design office
  • Contractor:arcc
  • Photographer:Koichi Torimura
  • Software used: Vectorworks for drawings,and 3ds Max for making CG.

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Neil Barrett Flagship Store in Tokyo, Japan by Zaha Hadid Architects

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
More projects by Zaha Hadid

Our concept for the Neil Barrett flagship store in Tokyo is based on the minimal cut of the brand`s fashion design and parallels its approach in using the same design parameters of fixed points, folding, pleating and cut outs. Rather than defining a single room or space, our design creates a circular passage allowing the customer to experience the space in multiple ways and interpretations. Furniture staged in key points throughout the store creates the spatial concept of a narrow enclosure changing to an open condition. In two formal elements the design shifts between architecture and sculpture, where a compact mass of surface layers unravel and fold to form the shelving display and seating. The emerging folds will be used as display area for the NB accessory collection.

 

Interior View

  • Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
  • Name of Project: Neil Barrett Flagship Store
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Date: 2008
  • Client: Neil Barrett
  • Status: Completed
  • Design: Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher
  • Project Architect: Claudia Wulf, Elke Presser, Torsten Broeder

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A House Awaiting Death in Ise, Japan by Eastern Design Office

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

Article source: Eastern Design Office

“A house awaiting death,” the client said to us. “I will die in 15 years.  It will be a house awaiting that death.  The building is fine as long as it lasts 15 years.  Something small would be good.”  “I have found the place.” A patch of land on a peninsula facing East.  “I’m glad the land faces East.  I hate the sunset.”

“When I die it won’t be sunset, it will be sunrise.  When the final moment comes, I will face the sea and depart on a ship flashing towards death.  It’ll be a time revealed after death.”

A House awaiting death

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XXXX House in Yaizu, Japan by Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

Article source: Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Automobile is our rival to beat.

Came one day a client who offered us a business. He wished to have an atelier which can be used also as a gallery to present his work of ceramic art, which he made for pleasure.

With mere 1.5 million yen(=11,000 euro)which he saved to originally purchase a business-purpose Toyota Collora sedan to spare as total budget, we started our project.

Image Courtesy Mount Fuji Architects Studio

  • Architects: Mount Fuji Architects Studio
  • Project: XXXX House
  • Location: Yaizu, Shizuoka Prefecture Japan
  • Function: atelier
  • Site area: 502.86m2
  • Building area: 22.3m2
  • Total floor area: 16.7m2
  • Number of stories: 1
  • Building height: 2.72m
  • Structural system: wood panel
  • Major materials: structural plywood, exterior= interior
  • Photographer: Mount Fuji Architects Studio

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Hanasaki House in Yokohama, Japan by MoNo Architect

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Article source: MoNo Architect

This is the urban residence for a single occupancy is situated in Yokohama City which is about one hour from Tokyo Japan by train. The building site is a corner plot abutting east and south on the roads which is situated in a densely built-up area with buildings facing each other across the 4-meter wide road. Each of the buildings surrounding the site has no appropriate open space in its site with an inner building space only separated from outside by the use of a single wall.

The elevation looked from the intersection of site side 2 roads

  • Architects: MoNo Architect
  • Project: Hanasaki House
  • Location: Yokohama, Japan
  • Project Architect: Fumiaki Nagashima + Mami Maruoka Nagashima
  • Photography: Koshimizu Susumu
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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House in Aoto, Japan by Masayoshi Takahashi

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Article source: Masayoshi Takahashi/High Land Design

A spiral staircase has been built into the home, enabling the individual to move through out each space with ease. This house is located in a heavily trafficked road on the north side.

We thought that is important to be connected the scene of life continuously while moved up and down about this project.  We placed each space like spiral around the stairs. So that It is possible to move around each space without feeling the difficulty moving up and down.

Images Courtesy Toshiyuki Yano

  • Architects: Masayoshi Takahashi – High Land Design
  • Name of Project: House In Aoto
  • Location: Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan
  • Structural engineers: A.S.Associates
  • Use: Residential
  • All Photo(c): Toshiyuki Yano

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