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Miyahata Jomon Museum in Fukushima, Japan by Furuichi and Associates

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Article source: Furuichi and Associates 

A significant period in early Japanese history, the Jomon Period was around the 10th Century BC. In this period, people lived a hunter gatherer life in the northeast of Japan, and late Jomon ruins have been excavated in Miyahata, Fukushima Prefecture. There have been many significant finds and studies related to the Jomon people over the past 20 years. To accommodate the research, investigation, exhibition and educational needs of these studies, a museum became necessary. The site is facing some significant Jomon ruins. The context is a beautiful natural landscape. The design has an impressive roof structure with concrete walls and timber roof construction. The structures are expressed in the major internal spaces. In the beginning, the Jomos people lived in caves called grotta. Later the Jamon people came out of caves and made villages of circular-plan houses, still keeping and following the image of caves. To the entrance hall, a covered wooden roof using the imagery of caves was proposed and designed. The structure combines wood panels and wooden beams.

Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa

Image Courtesy © Shigeo Ogawa

  • Architects: Furuichi and Associates
  • Project: Miyahata Jomon Museum
  • Location: Fukushimashi, Fukushima, Japan
  • Photography: Shigeo Ogawa
  • Structure: Holzstr
  • Site Area: 38,803.42 m2
  • Total Area: 1,153.34 m2
  • Project year: 2015


Hair salon “SLUNDRE” in Fukushima, Japan by Cohta Asano / BHIS

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Article source: Cohta Asano / BHIS

Hair salon “SLUNDRE” is a renovation project in the 2nd floor part of the store construction in Iwaki city , Fukushima.

“SLUNDRE” means “slow and sure”. It’s named by its owner.

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki Azuma

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki Azuma

  • Architects: Cohta Asano / BHIS
  • Project: Hair salon “SLUNDRE”
  • Location: 2F 3-3-9 Kubo Kashima-machi Iwaki city Fukushima Japan
  • Photography: Toshiyuki Azuma
  • Software used: 3DCAD “Sketch up” and 2DCAD “Vectorworks” and making “model”
  • Area: 136.9 sqm
  • Year: 2014
  • Manufacturers: KEYTEC


A house with a Alley in Fukushima, Japan by Takuya Tsuchida

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Takuya Tsuchida

The site is in a forest surrounded by trees, in the back of the site is that parents have housing.  There, it was his son build a house.  The aim of privacy and good communication with parents and son family.  First, it the floated in the air in the building to maintain the existing garden.  Building floating in the air is divided into two wings off, placed in the center of the green alleys.  The center array, incorporating the natural curves of the surrounding forest, is linked to my parents house.

Image Courtesy Torimura Koichi

  • Architects: Takuya Tsuchida
  • Project: A house with a Alley
  • Location: Fukushima, Japan
  • Structural design: frameworks _ Akimoto Megumi
  • Photographer:Torimura Koichi
  • Design period:2008.05 – 2008.12
  • Construction period:2009.04 – 2009.09
  • Site area:365.88
  • Building area:198.25
  • Floor Area:340.67


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