Posts Tagged ‘Setagaya’
Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
Article source: Tender Inc. / Satoshi Miyazaki
In such a small house site in Tokyo, it’s common to build several small levels up to keep enough space for living. In this project,considering this style very positively, each floor has one simple room style:
1F: Bath room and small atelier
2F: Living & Dining
3F: Master bedroom and children’s room
4F: loof top
Image Courtesy © Yasunori Shimomura
- Architects: Tender Inc. / Satoshi Miyazaki
- Project: “House in Setagaya” project
- Location: Setagaya, Tokyo, JAPAN
- Photography: Yasunori Shimomura
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Area: 100.0 sqm
- Project year: 2015
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014
Article source: YUKO SHIBATA ARCHITECTS
This is the interior design of a single home office.
This room was previously used as a residential space. It was the owner’s intent that the floor plan could be changed to completely separate the living and office sections. This request was rendered impossible, due to the original structure being of box frame type reinforced concrete construction, with almost all walls acting as supporting building frames.
The addition of two bookshelves, each with a large door, allowed us to create a space with the ability to adapt from home to office or from office to home, while leaving the original floor plan intact.
Image Courtesy © Ryohei Hamada
- Architects: YUKO SHIBATA ARCHITECTS
- Project: SWITCH APARTMENT
- Location: Setagaya,Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Ryohei Hamada
- Floor area: 87.13m2
- Principal Use: Home Office
Saturday, October 19th, 2013
Article source: N MAEDA ATELIER
I remember you” is an algorithm based architecture for a residence that was designed in collaboration with Norisada Maeda Atelier and Columbia University based design team Proxy.
For this project two kinds of algorithms have been used: one for the major form and another one for the space. In order to automatically determin those two parameters, a programming trial has been developed and set up.
Image Courtesy © N MAEDA ATELIER
- Architects: N MAEDA ATELIER
- Project: I remember you
- Location: Setagaya, Japan
- Site area: 70.04m2
- Total floor area: 94.98m2
- Function: Private residence
- Structural system: Steel Structure 3F
- Finish of construction: October 2009
- Exterior: Paint finish
- Interior: Paint finish
Friday, December 7th, 2012
Article source: ARTechnic architects
A building that sits in mute repose, like an impassive signpost.
In seeking to realize such a building, which becomes part of the scenery around it, acting as part of the backdrop for passers-by, I felt that I needed to create an exterior that was distinct from the standard architectural lexicon.
Image Courtesy Nacasa & Partners Inc.
- Architects: ARTechnic architects
- Project: Breeze
- Location: Setagaya, Tokyo
- Architects: Kotaro Ide / ARTechnic architects
- Assistants: Ruri Mitsuyasu・Tatsuya Orito
- Mechanical and Electrical design: Kotaro Ide ・Ruri Mitsuyasu/ ARTechnic architects
- Structural engineer: Naomi Kitayama / NAO
- Constructor: Hiroshi / Satohide
- Client: Daizawa court
- Principal use: Office, House
- Structure: Reinforced concrete
- Foundation: Spread foundation
- Building scale: 3stories / Maximum height 9.9m
- Site area: 915.84
- Building area: 520.86 (building coverage ratio 56.88％ legal max.60％)
- Total floor area: 1251.79 (floor area ratio 131.99％ legal max.150％)
- Process of work: Design and construction management
- period: January, 2010 to June, 2010
- Construction period: January, 2011 toJune, 2012
- Site conditions: Residential area
- Photographer: Nacasa & Partners Inc.
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Tuesday, June 14th, 2011
Article source: Key Operation Inc.
3 stories timber structure house built in a dense residential area in Setagaya, Tokyo. The 7x12m plot is surrounded by narrow street and alley, so it was required to set back the building façade. The ground floor volume is set back for 1.5m and the upper level pitched roof volume is set back further for 2m. Even this house has a descent volume, this arrangement makes it fit to the scale of the surrounding.
- Architects: Key Operation Inc.
- Project: House Taishido
- Location: Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
- Client: Private
- Usage: Residence
- Completion: 2010.10
- Software used: Vectorworks