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Nakladatelství: The Japan Architect
ISSN: 9784786902246
Formát: 23 x 30 cm, brožovaná
Jazyk: anglicky, japonsky
Web: www.japan-architect.co.jp



99: Living Space Kazuyo Sejima

This instalment focuses exclusively on the residential work of acclaimed architect Kazuyo Sejima, who founded Tokyo-based SANAA together with Ryue Nishizawa in 1995. Featuring more than 25 projects, and including both her individual work and projects accomplished with Nishizawa, the magazine covers a range of buildings, from apartment blocks to single-family houses, and spanning from her early years until the present. Brimming with photographs, architectural drawings, and Sejima’s own sketches, it paints a fascinating portrait of the architect’s thoughtful and sensitive approach to the spaces we inhabit, and how these function in our everyday lives.



Essay
Sei Shonagon, or Ariadne - Architecture in the Metropolis
Arata Isozaki
 
Platform (1987~1988)
Platform II (1988~1990)
Platform III (1989~1990)
Saishunkan Seiyaku Woman's Dormitory(1990~1991)
N-House (1990~1992)
Villa in the Forest (1992~1994)
Y-House (1993~1994)
Housing Studies (1994~1995)
Gifu Kitagata Apartment Sejima Wing (1994~2000)
S-House (1995~1996) SANAA
M-House (1996~1997) SANAA
small house (1999~2000)
One hundred thousand (2000) SANAA
Plum Grove House (2001~2003)
Seijo Townhouse (2005~2007)
Okurayama Apartments (2006~2008)
Flower House (2006~) SANAA
Paris Apartments (2007~) SANAA
Shakujii Apartments (2009~2011) SANAA
Villa in Hayama (2007~2010)
Tsuchihashi House (2009~2011)
House in Dangozaka (2011~2014)
Kyoto Apartments (2010 ~ 2013)
Miyatojima Project (2011~ 2012) SANAA
Home-for-all (2011~)
House in Nanjing (2004~) SANAA
House in Quebradas (2012~)
House+Courtyard (2014~) SANAA
Inujima Project (2007~)
 
Data & Profile
Credits

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98: Landscape in Japanese Architecture 2015

This issue covers the broad diversity of activities undertaken by landscape architects in Japan for the improvement and effective development of pleasant and functional outdoor spaces in the public realm – which also offer extraordinary experiences. The global challenges that landscape architects currently face are translated into specific scenes and everyday situations via social, cultural, and historical interpretations. Through themes like housing and landscape, scenery derived from relationships, and green urban extensions, a range of Japanese landscape projects is addressed and discussed in detail, along with numerous images and drawings.

Introductory Essay:Towards a Landscape Convention in Japan  Hiko Mitani

Toshiya Ogino Landscape Design
Landscape Design of Villa Ushiroyama
Landscape Design of Gate Villa
Consideration:New Original Scenery  Toshiya Ogino
 
Koichiro Nakatani Atelier
Landscape of J HOUSE
Landscape of Hayasaka House(POLYHEDRON/Nasushiobara)
Memory of the stone
Consideration:Feeling a Site Together  Kouichiro Nakatani
Consideration:Landscape to Individualize the Place  Ken Yokogawa

Hiko Mitani/MLS
Arranging Scenery Plan of D.T.Suzuki Museum
Daishinji main hall of a Buddhist temple reconstruction
Project Consideration:New Creation with History in Mind and Heart  Hiko Mitani
 
studio on site/ Hiroki Hasegawa
Landscape Design of Hoshinoya Taketomijima
Landscape Design of Harunire Terrace
OGAL ESPLANADE
Consideration:An “Experience of Place” to Come Face-to-Face with the World  Hiroki Hasegawa

Tatsuya Hiraga/Landscape Plus
Tokyo Institute of Technology Ookayama Campus / Promenade to the Main Building
Consideration:Thinking about City Reproduction of Tokyo from a Form Principle of Nature Tatsuya Hiraga

Hiroki Kutsuna Nobutaka Nagahama/E-DESIGN
Kinki University Headquarters Campus Renewal Design
Land Scape of Nouver AKABANEDAI
Consideration:Not only Beautiful Looking, Fun to Use Landscape Hiroki Kutsuna Nobutaka Nagahama

Satoshi Tokunaga/S&T Institute of Environmental Planning & Design
Preservation Maintenance Project of the Cultural Landscape
A Landscape Planning and Design for Relocated Settlement in Itsuki Village
“Nomichi wo Yuku” Footpath
Consideration:Design of “Connection”  Satoshi Tokunaga

Shinichi Kaburagi/TAISEI DESIGN Planners Architects & Engineers
Otemachi Forest
Landscape of Shinagawa Season Terrace
Consideration:The Reevaluation of Environmental Resources with Publicity  Shinichi Kaburagi

Growing Up in the City?ACROS FUKUOKA ’20
Michio Tase/Plamtago

A new generation of landscape design
Ryosuke Shimoda/Hideyuki Ishii/Hajime Takaoki /Akihiko Ono

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97: Curving Line & Surface

Kazuyo Sejima +Ryue Nishizawa
Interview——To the space where a people is free
Louvre - lens
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art,Kanazawa
Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion
Rolex Learning Center

Jun Aoki
Essay— For forms that are just there
Omiyamae Gymnasium
L’Avenue Shanghai

Maki Onishi+Yuki Hyakuda
Essay—Lines that you want to touch, and path spaces
Weekend House in Sengataki
House in Los Vilos(The Ochoalcubo project)
Higashinenone

Ryuji Nakamura
Essay—Controlled, uncontrolled, and in-between lines
bang, space design for “CoSTUME NATIONAL:25 Years” at CNAC LAB, 2011
catenarhythm?space design for“sampo-Ribbon Project of minä perhonen” 2008
puddle, “Design×Science Meeting“Earth: Materials for Design” ”at Miraikan, 2010
blossom, Private Dining of les halles de saison sage, 2009
dance, “Antigravity”at Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, 2013
control, TAKEO PAPER SHOW 2014 “SUBTLE”, 2014
butterflies, set of chairs, 2012
concrete roof, “SPACE OURSELVES” at radlab., 2011

Makoto Takei+Chie Nabeshima
Essay—Connecting curves
MIST HOUSE

Junya Ishigami
Essay—Double, Single, Rough.
Art Bio farm project
house & restaurant

Hiroshi Nakamura
Essay—Behavior and design
Ribon Chapel
Roku Museum
Sayama Forest Chapel

Yo Shimada
Essay—Expansive, elegant, and strong
Hut with the Arc WAll
House in Kamisawa
Bus stop in Shodoshima

Yasushi Horibe
Essay—Translating curves into straight lines
House in Zenpukuji
House in Aobadai
Library in Asagaya
Dr. Norichika Maehara Memorial Museum

Kazuhiro Kojima+Kazuko Akamatsu
Essay—Topos/Receptacle
Nagareyama Otakanomori Elementary and Junior
high school/Nagareyama Otakanomori Children's
Library/Nagareyama Otakanomori Center
Uto Elementary School
Helsinki Central Library
Astramline Shin-hakushima Station.

60th Anniversary Feature Project 1
Architectural Works Appropriating Curved Lines and Surfaces

MATSUIDA YAKUBA
—Seiichi Shirai, architect

Kokura Golf Club House
—Junzo Yoshimura, architect & associates
Akira Suzuki, architect & associates

The National Gymnasium and the National
Gymnasium Annex
—Kenzo Tange and Urtec Urbanists and Architects

The Asama Motor Lodge
—Ichiro Ebihara, arch. & assocs.

University Seminar Houses
—Atelier U Prof. Takamasa Yoshizaka, Waseda University

NISHIYAMA MEMORIAL HALL
— Togo Murano / Murano & Mori, arch., & associates

AQUARIUM
— Fumihiko Maki

House in Kamiwada
— Toyo Ito

H RESIDENCE
— Arata Isozaki

SHISEIDO ART MUSEUM
— Taniguchi, Takamiya, and Associates

KARUIZAWA PRINCE HOTEL
NEW BUILDING
—Kiyoshi Seike + Design System

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96: YEARBOOK 2014

The magazine presents its year in review, starting with “What is Architecture Classified By?”, a conversation between Tomohiko Yamanashi, Satoru Ito, and Akihito Aoi, and followed by a critical essay by acclaimed architect Hiroshi Naito in which he reflects upon their views and offers his own perspectives about Japanese architecture, post-3.11. Additionally, more than 80 specially selected projects by Japanese architects are presented with detailed drawings and a selection of photographs. These range from Maki and Associates’ 4 World Trade Center and Nikken Sekkei’s Ritz-Carlton Kyoto, to the Aspen Art Museum by Shigeru Ban and the Besançon Art Centre by Kengo Kuma.

Feature

006/096 Conversation: What is Architecture Classified by? Present Architectural Design and Decision-Making
Tomohiko Yamanashi (Architect)×Satoru Ito (Architect)×Akihito Aoi (Architectural Historian)

83 projects
108 Essay: Now, via the process after 3.11 Hiroshi Naito (Architect)
11 Joshu Tomioka Station - Makoto Takei+Chie Nabeshima/TNA
13 Omiyamae Gymnasium - Jun Aoki and Associates
15 ECOLABO Tsurugashima - Kazumi Kudo + Ryuji Fujimura /Toyo University Social Design Studio + Ryuji Fujimura Architects
16 Abeno Harukas - Takenaka Corporation+Pelliclarke Pelli Architects
18 Toranomon Hills - Nihon Sekkei
20 Yoshida Printing Tokyo HQ - Kazuyo Sejima & Associates
22 Apple Store, Omotesando - Bohlin Cywinski Jackson+Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects
24 The Heisei Chishinkan Wing, Kyoto National Museum - Taniguchi and Associates
25 GranRoof - Nikken Sekkei / JR EAST Design Corporation, JAHN(design architect)
26 Shimouma Apartment - KUS+team Timberize
27 Marmaray Project BC1 Railway Bosphorus Tube Crossing, Tunnels and Stations - Taisei Corporation JV
28 Nihonbashi Dia Building - Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Takenaka Corporation
29 4 World Trade Center - Maki and Associates with collaborators
30 National Taiwan University, New Collage of Social Sciences - Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects, Fel & Cheng Associates, A+B Design Group
31 Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University - Nikken Sekkei - Kornberg Associates - Kuniken Joint Venture, Nikken Sekkei - Kuniken Joint Venture
32 The Otemachi Tower - Taisei Design Planners Architects & Engineers, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
33 Besan?on Art Culture Center - Kengo Kuma and Associates
34 Shonan Harbor Yacht House - Helm + ondesign
35 Sonei-ji Cemetery Pavilion “Muyuju-rin” - Kazuyo Sejima & Associates
36 Kitasato University Hospital - Nikken Sekkei
37 The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto - Nikken Sekkei
38 Gate Square - Norihiko Dan and Associates, Ishimoto Architectural &Engineerinig Firm, The Facilities Department, Ueno/Fujii Architects & Associates +Takeshi Ueno
39 Tsuruga Multipurpose Center Orupark - Chiba Manabu Architects, JR West Japan Consultants Company
40 Daibiru Honkan - Nikken Sekkei
41 Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park - Takenaka Corporation+Ricky Liu&Associates
42 Saitama Cancer Center - Yamashita Sekkei, Toda Corporation Architectural Design Dept
43 Aspen Art Museum - Shigeru Ban Architects Tokyo, Shigeru Ban Architects America
44 Daitobunka University Higashi-Matsuyama Campus M-Commons - Nihon Sekkei
45 Kyoto Apartments(Nishinoyama House) - Kazuyo Sejima & Associates
46 The Yomiuri Shimbun Building - Nikken Sekkei
47 Akita Museum of Art - Tadao Ando Architect & Associates
48 Yamate Street House - Taichi Mitsuya & Associates+Unemori Architects
49 Toho Gakuen School of Music - Nikken Sekkei
50 Setonaikai National Park MIYAJIMA MISEN Observatory - Sambuichi Architects
51 AU dormitory 1st phase - Ikko Kobayashi+Fumi Kashimura/Terrain Architects, Plantek Consultants
52 Ribbon Chapel - Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP
53 Sayama Forest Chapel - Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP
54 Owariookunitamajinja Naoiden - Osamu Kiuchi Architect & Associates
55 Shinjyuku Ruriko-in Byakurenge-do - Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + Amorphe
56 Terasaki House - Office of Ryue Nishizawa
57 "GALLERY MaRou", Nagaoka Institute of Design - Hideyuki Yamashita+Norihiro Ejiri
58 Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum - Takenaka Corporation
59 Kuma Technical High School Administrative Building - Workstation+Mode Frontier+Hagimine JV
60 Kyobashi Child Institution - Shimizu Corporation
61 House-Dangozaka - Kazuyo Sejima&Associates
62 SHIIKI HALL, Kyushu University - Hiroshi Naito / Naito Architects & Associates
63 JFE Steel West Japan Works, Fukuyama General Administration Office - Yamashita Sekkei·Takenaka Corporation
64 Shinsho-ji Temple Sho-do - Terunobu Fujimori + Nobumichi Ohshima (Ohshima Atelier)
65 WKB - Kenichiro Niizeki / Niizeki Studio+Shuji Tada
66 SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama - Kengo Kuma and Associates
67 Boundary Window - Shingo Masuda+Katsuhisa Otsubo
68 Villa Sengokuhara - Shigeru Ban Architects
69 Church of Eaves-Higashiyahata Christ Church - Takaharu Tezuka+Yui Tezuka/Tezuka architect
70 egota house B - Atelier and I, Kazunari Sakamoto Architectural Laboratory
71 Kanaya Kindergarten - Ishijima Architects+Go Komatsu Architects
72 Sumita Town Office - Maeda Corporation·Hasegawa Corporation·Nakai Architects+Modern Aechitecture Institute
73 Share Flat Babakkawa - Toshiaki Ishida Architect & Associates + Tano Design Lab.
74 Wall Behavior - Miya Akiko·Studio 2A
75 Hajimari Art Center - Moo Architect Workshop
76 Riku Cafe Permanent Construction - Naruse Inokuma Architects
77 Solar Town FUCHU - Masamitsu Nozawa Building Workshop
78 Tagawa Child Center “MaiMai” - Takao Shiotsuka Atelier
79 Hayama Studio Project - Takematsu Yukiharu + E.P.A
80 Dragon Court Village - Junya Inagaki+Satoshi Sano+Takuo Nagai+Eisuke Hori/EUREKA
81 ONOMICHI U2 - Makoto Tanijiri+Ai Yoshida / SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE
82 House in Chofu - Koji Aoki Architects
83 Share Place Higashikanagawa 99 - ReBITA, REWRITE Development
84 Bluewave Techonologies (BWT) Asutopia Factory - Kazuhiro Kojima+Kazuko Akamatsu/CAt
85 Keio University Hall of Residence Hiyoshi12Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei
86 Salon of Kazo - Masahiro Harada+Mao/MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO
87 Interior Park, Nursery Room, Parenting Support Center in Amyu Atsugi 8F - junya . ishigami + associates
88 Chiba University - Inohana Memorial Hall Renovation - Maki and Associates
89 Light Sheds - FT Architects
90 Home-for-allfor Tsukihama in Miyatojima - Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
91 FDM House - Mio Tsuneyama/mnm
92 Gururin - DesignBuildFUKUOKA
93 Fukushigakudan Community Care Yoshikawa - Konno+Nippon Institute of Technology Chie Konno Labo
94 Mono:Factory Showroom in Shinagawa - Hiroyuki Yoshioka / iroirotoridori
95 Le MISTRAL - JP Architects
99 Engawa Office - Satoru Ito+Issei Suma+Kosuke Bando
102 Apartments with a Small Restaurant28 - Naka Architect's Studio
104 Mitazono Wakaba Kindergarten - Kenya Ishihara/Chiba Institute of Technology+Ishimori Architects
106 House in Shinmeichou4 - Moku-Chin Kikaku

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95: IDEA of Emerging Structural Designers

As a profession, structural engineering in Japan dates from the first part of the 20th century. Following the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, Japan’s new Urban Building Law (1920) was revised to require earthquake safety calculations; the profession of structural engineer was born. Collaborations between architects and structural engineers in Japan is an even more recent phenomenon dating from the 1960s. This issue examines how it has translated into the nation’s contemporary building practices by looking at twelve exemplary practitioners and their recent projects. Also included is a conversation with Masato Araya and Yoshiharu Kanebako.

4, 60 Conversation: Embracing Diverse Rationalities and Values
Masato Araya × Yoshiharu Kanebako

12 Satoshi Okamura
Aburatsu Horikawa Canal Yumemi Bridge
The Gymnasium in Shizuoka Prefecture Kusanagi Sports Complex
 
22 Yasutaka Konishi
Joshu Tomioka Station
Kanagawa Institute of Technology KAIT Workshop

32 Shuji Tada
Kogakuin University Archery Ground Boxing Ring
Nagoya-C-Office Building

42 Jun Sato 
Guideline to Include Structural Factors
in Developing Morphogenesis Operations of Architecture

52 Yasushi Moribe
Teshima Yokoo House

56 Kenji Nawa
Glass House for Diver

70 Mitsuhiro Kanada
Minna no Mori Gifu Media Cosmos
Taichung Metoropolitan Opera House

80 Eisuke Mitsuda
tomarigi
Nakagawa Office
 
90 Hirofumi Ohno
Ring Around a Tree
Belfly in Ishinomaki
 
100 Daisuke Hasegawa
Momigara Park
EPSP
WEP SHIMOKITAZAWA
 
110 Akira Suzuki
ENPARK
 
114 Takashi Manda
Showroom H

118 Genealogy
120 Profile

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94: Learning from the neighborhood

1 Editorial
12 Houses and the Neighborhoods

16 No.01|Volume×Form & Texture×Mediate
18 No.02|Volume ×Size×Mediate
20 No.03|Volume × Form × Repeat
22 No.04|Volume & Garden ×Combination×Continue
24 No.05|Volume ×Size×Approximate
26 No.06|Volume× Combination ×Approximate
28 No.07|Volume ×Segmentation×Exaggerate

30 Essay 01: The Commonality of Architecture
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto

32 No.08|Facade ×Form×Approximate
34 No.09|Facade ×Combination×Approximate
36 No.10|Facade ×Combination×Approximate
38 No.11|Facade ×Combination×Approximate
40 No.12|Roof ×Form×Continue
41 No.13|Window×Height×Continue
42 No.14|Roof & Parking×Combination×Continue
44 No.15|Facade×Segmentation×Approximate
45 No.16|Facade×Depth×Approximate
46 No.17|Facade×Depth×Approximate
48 No.18|Facade×Combination×Approximate
49 No.19|Balcony×Form×Mediate
50 No.20|Balcony×Position×Continue
52 No.21|Facade×Combination×Repeat
54 No.22|Facade×Texture×Approximate
56 No.23|Facade×Combination×Continue

58 Essay 02: The Residential District as a Soft, Yeilding Soil
Kumiko Inui

60 No.24|Roof×Position×Exaggerate
62 No.25|Roof × Direction & Form×Mediate
64 No.26|Roof ×Height×Continue
66 No.27|Roof ×Pitch×Approximate
68 No.28|Roof & Balcony ×Combination×Continue
70 No.29|Roof ×Pitch & Texture×Approximate
72 No.30|Roof ×Segmentation×Approximate
74 No.31|Roof ×Segmentation×Arrange
76 No.32|Roof ×Segmentation×Arrange
78 No.33|Roof ×Segmentation×Arrange

80 Essay 03: The Non-Ruins Learning from an Anti-Aiging Landscape
Yasutaka Yoshimura

82 No.34|Eave & Window×Position ×Continue
84 No.35|Eave & Roof×Position×Mediate
86 No.36|Window×Position×Mediate
88 No.37|Window×Combination×Approximate
90 No.38|Parking×Color & Height×Continue
92 No.39|Eave×Pitch×Approximate
94 No.40|Canopy ×Height×Continue
96 No.41|Canopy ×Function×Afford
98 No.42|Fence ×Height×Continue
100 No.43|Wall ×Position×Continue

102 Essay 04: The “Local” and “Locus” of Residential Areas
Go Hasegawa

104 No.44|Wall & Window×Color×Approximate
106 No.45|Wall ×Color×Approximate
108 No.46|Facade×Texture×Continue
109 No.47|Facade×Texture×Approximate
110 No.48|Wall×Texture×Approximate
112 No.49|Wall×Texture×Approximate
114 No.50|Wall×Texture×Approximate
116 No.51|Wall×Joint×Approximate
118 No.52|Approach×Pitch×Continue

120 Data

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93: Kazuo Shinohara

Essay:
The Whereabouts of Metalanguage Architecture –– Revisitation "House is Art"
Shin-ichi Okuyama
 
Works:
House in Kugayama
Tanikawa House
House in Kugayama No. 2
House in Komae
House in Chigasaki
Umbrella House
House with a Big Roof
House with an Earthen Floor
House in White
House of Earth
Yamashiro House
Suzusho House
North House in Hanayama
South House in Hanayama
The Uncompleted House
Shino House
Cubic Forest
Repeating Crevice
Sea Stairway
Sky Rectangle
House in Seijo
House in Higashi-Tamagawa
House in Kugahara
Prism House
Tanikawa House
House in Uehara
House in Hanayama No. 3
House in Ashitaka
House on a Curved Road
House in Karuizawa
House in Itoshima
House in Hanayama No. 4
House under High-Voltage Lines
Ukiyo-e Museum
Higashi-Tamagawa Complex
House in Yokohama
Centennial Hall, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Clinic in Hanayama
Hanegi Complex
Tenmei House
K2 Building
Kumamoto-Kita Police Station
DOM Headquarters /Köln
Goto House Project
The Second National Theater
Repeating Crevice Annex Project
Euralille Hotel Project
Agadir Convention Center
Uncompleted House Annex Project
Ukiyo-e Museum Annex Project
Helsinki Contemporary Art Museum
Paris: Circus on Seine
Project for Hamburg Urban Vision
Yokohama International Port Terminal
House in Tateshina Project
 
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91: Models are Real

A special issue devoted to the architectural model, its place in the process from concept design to realisation, and its usefulness as a tool which can serve as an expression of wide-ranging possibilities. Among its pages are featured a retrospective look at twelve examples of architectural models dating from 1949 to the present, in addition to detailed profiles and images of 35 models from twelve Japanese architects practicing today, among them, Jun Aoki, noiz architects, Ryoji Suzuki, Hiroshi Naito and Tetsuo Kondo. An insightful essay by Souhei Imamura, “A Short History of Architecture Models in Japan”, completes this overview of the beauty and utility of the model.

4 Article: Model and Architect from 1949  11 Architects/12 Models
Kenzo Tange/Kisho Kurokawa/Kiyonori Kikutake/Takamasa Yoshizaka/ Arata Isozaki/
Fumihiko Maki/Hiroshi Hara/ Togo Murano/Itsuko Hasegawa/Tadao Ando/Toyo Ito
 
Essay
Created Models—A Short History of Architecture Models in Japan
Souhei Imamura
 
124 Profile
 
12 Architects/35 models
 
28 Junya Ishigami
 
Think with Model
Cafeteria for University” Study Model
Mountain Project”Full Model
 
40 Hiroshi Sambuichi
Environmental Experiment Model
Community Center of Naoshima (tentative title)”Experimental Model of Wind and Water
/Model of Wind Tunnel Experiment
Inujima Seirensho Museum” Simulation Model of Air Flow
Sloping North House” Simulation Model of Sunlight
Rokko Shidare Observatory” Experimental Mock-up of Soft Rime Accumulation
 
52 Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa/SANAA, Nikken Sekkei
Merging with Cityscape
International Design Conpetition New National Stadium Japan” Full Model/Study Models
/Interior Model
 
60 Jun Aoki
Inspecting Own One’s Senses
m” Study Model/Progression of Study Models
 
68 SUEP. + AnS Studio
Visible Invisible
Ureshino City Cultural Center Origami Hall” Projection Mapping Model for Acoustic Analysis
/Hall Shape Study Models by Acoustic Analysis Programs/Hall Shape Final Model
 
74 Hiroshi Naito
Structure to Embrace Topography
Makino Museum of Plants and People” Wide Area Model/Study Models/Roof Constructure Models
 
82 Akihisa Hirata
Fermentation Models
Frill Conceptual Models
Fermentation
Fermented City” Ideal Model
 
90 Ryoji Suzuki
Free from Scale
Barrack Architecture” Full Model
DUBHOUSE”Concept Model
No.53 KINO” Display Model at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
No.50 SHIMODUB” House in Shimoda
No.51 MOMATDUB” Display Model at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
 
98 Ryuji Fujimura
Designing Collective Intelligence
Omiya East Entrance Project 2013” Models for Public Meeting
Tsurugashima Project 2013” Models for Public Meeting
 
106 Assistant + YCAM
Seamless Prototype
Korogaru Pavilion” Study Parts Models/Study Model
 
112 Tetsuo Kondo
Accepting Various Elements
House in Chayagasaka” Progression of Study Models/Study Model
 
118 noiz architects
Materializing—Expanding Model
Structure Generated by Curve Input 3D Voronoi Diagram
Day 3/6/5
Gravity Fields

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90: Yasushi Horibe

Known for his quiet yet carefully designed houses, Japanese architect Yasushi Horibe “is an architect who has continued to consider with honesty what it means to dwell and to live.” This edition of ‘JA’ is devoted to his work, and opens with a thoughtful essay by Hiroshi Naito. Horibe’s emphasis on residential design lends his work an aspect of spare beauty with clear interior spatial qualities. Through plans, sketches and marvellous photographs, 27 of his buildings are examined chronologically, from his first House in Satsuma to his most recent creations, like the Library in Asagaya and House in Ichihara. Five insightful essays by Horibe complete the volume.

Contents

JA 90 SUMMER, 2013
Yasushi Horibe
 
Essay
Past Memories and Future Memories
Hiroshi Naito
 
Works
House in Satsuma
Dr. Norichika Maehara Memorial Museum
House in Izu-Kougen
House in Kodaira
House in Yakushima
Gallery in Ushiku
House in Karuizawa
Terrace House in Omotesando (renovation)
Atelier in Akagi
Apartment in Tamagawadenenchofu
House in Yatsugatake
House in Fuchu
House in Yuigahama
House in Sakurayama
House in Yakushima II
House in Aobadai
KEYAKI GARDEN
House in Hitachinoushiku
House in Oomino
House in Karuizawa II
House in Tateshina
Yakushima Messenger
Seminar House in Kashima
House in Ichihara
House in Zenpukuji
Library in Asagaya
Charnel House in Chikurin-ji
 
Essays
Standing Posture of Architecture
A Quiet Place
My Admiration and Despair for Architecture
To Live with Dignity
Forms that Live with Us

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89: Wood Architecture in the Expanded Field

Wood architecture is the theme of this edition, wherein David Adjaye espouses the versatility of timber and the challenge of building with wood is addressed in an essay by Pekka Heikkinen, professor of wood construction at Aalto University. Other contributors include Kengo Kuma, writing about interlocking wood joinery, and Shigeru Ban, who expresses views on how the Japanese can learn form Europe’s timber construction technology. A number of fascinating projects and concepts are detailed throughout, with notable works by Kengo Kuma, Shigeru Ban, Atelier Bow-Wow, Sou Fujimoto, NKS architects, Jun Igarashi, Mount Fuji Architects Studio, and several others.

Essay
4 The Versatility of Timber | David Adjaye
6 The Challenge of Wood Architecture | Pekka Heikkinen
24 Interlocking Wood Joinery —From Small Buildings to Large | Kengo Kuma
32 What the Japanese Can Learn from Europe’s Timber Construction Technology | Shigeru Ban
108 Why Build “Core House” Using the Itakura Method? | Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Momoyo Kaijima

Works
10 Sunny Hills Japan | Kengo Kuma and Associates
16 Cidori | Kengo Kuma and Associates
18 United Nations University Wisdom Tea House | Kengo Kuma and Associates
20 Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifutenmangu Omotesando | Kengo Kuma and Associates
26 Tamedia New Office Building | Shigeru Ban Architects Europe
33 S Residence | Shigeru Ban Architects
36 Shore House | Mount Fuji Architects Studio
42 Mother's House | Mount Fuji Architects Studio
48 Sayama Lakeside Cemetery Park Community Hall | Hiroshi Nakamura
54 Sayama Lakeside Cemetery Park Chapel | Hiroshi Nakamura
58 Geometric Forest/Solo House Project | Sou Fujimoto Architects
64 Summer House | Jun Igarashi
70 Corridor Project | Jun Igarashi
72 Space Lab, The University of Tokyo | Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates
78 Onigiri House | NKS architects
84 Wooden Block House | Tadashi Yoshimura Architects
90 Shelf-pod | Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio
96 BMW-Guggenheim Lab | Atelier Bow-Wow
102 Minimum House for Local Revitalization in Oshika Peninsula  | Core House Working Group in Archi-Aid Peninsula supporting Seminar
110 Hoshinoya Okinawa  | Azuma Architect&Associates/Rie Azuma | Studio on Site
116 Passage in Imabari port | Taira Nishizawa Architects
120 Mido-suji Rooftop Woodification Project | Takenaka Corporation
122 Shimouma Apartment | KUS

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88: YEARBOOK 2012

This special yearbook edition of ‘The Japan Architect’ gathers 34 notable projects by Japanese architects; ones which offer critical, globally-oriented perspectives on the state of architecture in the country today, almost two years after the Great East Japan Earthquake. It takes a look at reconstruction efforts by architects, along with new research processes, high-rise developments, methods of craftsmanship and new approaches to living. Includes essays by Shoko Fukuya, Paolo Baratta, Peter Cachola Schmal, Bijoy Jain, Hannes Rössler, and others, plus an interview with David Chipperfield about this year’s Japanese Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

Continuous Reconstructing Efforts by Architects
Essay: "Statement, Two Years after the Earthquake and Tsunami" by Shoko Fukuya
Timeline for Works of ArchiAid 2012
Essay: "Think Global, Design and Build Local" by Hiromi Tabei
Highly-Evaluated Process
Interview: "Made not so Much of the Result but of the Process of Research" with Paolo Baratta
Report on Venice Biennale 13th InternationalArchitecture Exhibition
Interview: "A Constant Willingness of the JapaneseArchitects to be Found in the Japanese Pavilion" with David Chipperfield
World’s High-Rise Architecture
Essay: "High-rise Developments Today" by Peter Cachola Schmal
Report on International High Rise Award 2012
Methods of Making
Essay: "Methods of Making" by Bijoy Jain
Studio Mumbai Exhibition in 2012
Essay: "Transparent Communication, Transparent Architecture" by Takuma Tsuji
Ideas for New Ways of Living
Essay: Ghosts and Skeletons by Hannes Rössler

34 Works
D. T. Suzuki Museum by Taniguchi and Associates
Zendai Himalayas Center by Arata Isozaki & Associates
Ao-re Nagaoka by Kengo Kuma & Associates
Daikanyama Tsutaya Books by Klein Dytham Architecture / RIA
Kyoai Commons by Office of Kumiko Inui
Uto Elementary School by Kazuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu / CAt
Kogakuin University 125th Memorial Education Center by Chiba Manabu Architects
Asahi Kindergarten by Takaharu+Yui Tezuka / Tezuka Architects + Norihide Imagawa / TIS&PARTNERS
Kokoro Shelter Fire Fighter’s House by Takasaki Architects
Home-for-All in Heita by Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop
Home-for-All for Kamaishi Shopping Street by Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects + Ito Juku
Home-for-All for Rikuzentakata by Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects + Office of Kumiko Inui + Sou Fujimoto Architects + Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office + Naoya Hatakeyama
Asahikawa Station by Naito Architect & Associates + Hokkaido Railway Company + Japan Transportation Consultants
Hitachi Station and Free - Corridor by Kazuyo Sejima & Associates + The Environmental Development Around Hitachi Station Department + East Japan Railway Company Mito Branch Office + JR East Design Corporation
Restration and Preservation of the Tokyo Station, Marunouchi Building by East Japan Railway Company + JR East Design Corporation + JR East Consultants Company
JP Tower by Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei + Murphy/Jahn + Kengo Kuma & Associates
Shibuya Hikarie by Nikken Sekkei and Tokyu Architects & Engineers Project Consortium
Jingumae Building by ChuoArchi
Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center by Kengo Kuma & Associates
AKASAKA K-TOWER by KAJIMA DESIGN
Shimizu Corporation Head Office by Shimizu Corporation
TOKYO SKYTREE®, TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN® by Nikken Sekkei
Otaki Town Hall by Chiba Manabu Architects
The Third Stir Factory of Kamoi Kakoushi by Makoto Takei + Chie Nabeshima / TNA
Kiya Ryokan by Yuko Nagayama & Associates
Toyosakinagaya (Minaminagaya+Kitahatenagaya) by Osaka City University, Takehara and Koike Laboratory
The Difference of Ebitsuka by 403architecture [dajiba]
Residential Complex Stock Renewal at Kangetsukyo by UR + Open A + Itsuro Hoshida Architect’s & Urban Planner’s Office DG Communications
SHAREyaraicho by Satoko Shinohara + Ayano Uchimura / Spatial Design Studio
Sugoroku Office by Met Architects + Nawakenji-m
House in Rokko by Yo Shimada
Daylight House by TAKESHI HOSAKA architects
Coil by Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office
Tsuchihashi House by Kazuyo Sejima & Associates
Winning Entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2012
Announcement: the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2013

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87: Kumiko Inui

This special monographic issue of ‘Japan Architect’ features Kumiko Inui, who is perhaps best known for her facades, each one a visual pun or optical illusion. It is the first time that almost all of her work has been collected in book form. The magazine “carefully traces Inui’s reference and study process with the idea of conveying the joy derived from the creative process,” exploring 26 of her projects in chronological order, from early proposals and competition entries to high-profile projects such as Dior Ginza, Louis Vuitton Taipei Building and the Shin-Yatshushiro Monument. Includes essays by Tom Heneghan, Taira Nishizawa and Kumiko Inui.

ESSAY
Alchemical Devices / Tom Heneghan
My views of Kumiko Inui / Taira Nishizawa
On Our Involvement with Landscapes / Kumiko Inui
 
Data

26 Works
Nobeoka Station Area Improvement Scheme
Shichigahama Elementary School & Junior High School
Mizunoki Museum of Art, Kameoka
Mikawa Elementary School & Junior High School Proposal Scheme
Maebashi Art Center Competition Scheme
Gunma Agricultural Technology Center Proposal Scheme
House O 
House O' 
Kyoai Commons
House K 
Flower Shop H 
Small House H
Asakusa Tourist Information Center Competition Scheme
Apartment I
Tasaki Ginza
Dior Ginza
Louis Vuitton Taipei Building
Louis Vuitton Osaka Hilton Plaza
Louis Vuitton Hong Kong Canton Road
Towada Art Center Proposal Scheme
Nakanoshima Subway Station Competition Scheme
Shin-Yatsushiro Monument
AGC studio Office & Meeting Room Area
Jurgen Lehl Marunouchi
Jurgen Lehl Shinsaibashi
Kataokadai Kindergarten

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85: House Genealogy, Atelier Bow-Wow: All 42 Houses

This issue covers each of the 42 houses designed by Atelier Bow-Wow, a practice established by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima. To illustrate the idea of House Genealogy, all projects since 1990 are accompanied by sketches, which together with the texts, are intended to form a single narrative. Produced especially for this issue, the sketches allow the architects to reflect on how changes in the environment have inspired their work. They become critical representations that show the development of a new line of inquiry, revealing as much about their practice as it does about the Japanese city.
The cover is a collage of Atelier Bow-Wow's houses, all brought together with a consistent orientation. Though not real, the image could just as well be that of the contemporary city.
 
House Genealogy, Atelier Bow-Wow: All 42 Houses
 
Dialog:
Strangely Orthodox
Andrew Wilson Yoshiharu Tsukamoto Momoyo Kaijima
 
Faade
 
136Data/Profile
 
 
42 Works
 
Suburban House
Ani House
Mini House
Das House
JIG
Gae House
Loco House
Juicy House
Gaku House
Nora House
Ikushima Library
Terrace House
 
Urban House
Shallow House
Kus House
Aco House
House & Atelier Bow-Wow
House Tower
Sway House
Bokutei
 
Machiya: Townhouse
Machiya Guest House
Tread Machiya
Tower Machiya
Split Machiya
 
Villa
PALETTE
Kawanishi Camping Cottage B
Moth House
House Asama
House Saiko
Log Saiko
Izu House
Black Dog House
House Crane
Double Chimney
Pony Garden
Mountain House
Beach House
Izu Book Cafe
 
Concept House
Articulatior's House
House without Depth
Eco-System Apartment
House of Weeds
Small Case Study House
House Jungle-gym


81: Hiroshi Sambuichi

First publication to cover nearly all of the works of Hiroshi Sambuichi (b.1968). After studying for four years at Tokyo University of Science, Sambuichi established his own office in Hiroshima. The majority of his work has been concentrated around the prefectures of Hiroshima and Yamaguchi. Sambuichi has remarked that to think about architecture is to “consider the details of the earth”. With four distinctive seasons, mountainous terrain, and a narrow geography extending in the north-south direction, Japan is an aggregation of extremely diverse microtopographies and microclimates. His design process involves a detailed year-long survey of the topography and climate of each of his building sites. Projects include his renowned Base Valley, the Running Green Project, the Air House, the Kakuda Dental Clinic, the Sloping North House, the Rokko Shidare Observatory, the Nonoyama Orthodontic Clinic, the Inujima Art project and more.

JA81 is a special issue on Hiroshi Sambuichi, one of the most inventive architects in contemporary Japan. With the accurate reading of topography and climate of the site, Sambuichi creates an architecture integrated with environment, through understanding air and water as moving materials, and composing them with nonmoving materials such as steel and timber.
As the first collection on Sambuichi's works, this issue includes his early projects such as RUNNING GREEN PROJECT and AIR HOUSE and most recent ones INUJIMA ART PROJECT SEIRENSHO, ROKKO SHIDARE OBSERVATORY and MIWA-GAMA (FUSO-AN).

ESSAY
THE EARTH'S DETAILS
READING MOVING MATERIALS
FORM AND APPEARANCE OF ARCHITECTURE

WORKS
MIWA-GAMA (FUSO-AN)
ROKKO SHIDARE OBSERVATORY
MIYAJIMA OFFICE
ENERGY PENTHOUSE
WOOD EGG
NONOYAMA ORTHODONTIC CLINIC
INUJIMA ART PROJECT SEIRENSHO
BASE VALLEY
PROJECT WEST
SUN HOUSE
BROOD
STONE HOUSE
FARMER'S HOUSE
KAKUDA DENTAL CLINIC
SLOPING NORTH HOUSE
MIWA-GAMA
ANCORA
CLINIC
TERRACE HOUSE
LESS
AIR HOUSE
CASE STUDY HOUSE
RUNNING GREEN PROJECT

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79: Junya Ishigami

JA79 is a special issue devoted to the works of Junya Ishigami. Still in his thirties, architect Ishigami has already begun to attract attention from all over the world.
With their astounding design, his works always exhibit the new possibilities of architecture; a thin, large, and bouncing table, a workshop consists of 305 slender columns, a massive balloon floating in the space, greenhouses made up with columns as slender as plants, and so on.
Including his latest projects such as "Architecture as air" won The Golden Lion of the best project at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at Venice Biennale, JA79 fully express Ishigami’s architectural philosophy.

Feature:
Statement
Concerning pure architecture

Transparency and Scale
Architecture as air Venice 2010

The Potentiality of Towers

Forest-like Architecture——KAIT workshop on July 21, 2010
facility of kanagawa institute of technology KAIT workshop

The Proportions of the landscape
Cafeteria in university

Creating Ground
lake project / Observatory of the mountain
A municipal hall of mountains / A museum on a cape

Garden and Terrace
House h

A Villa in the City
T project

Greenhouse designing with Yoshizaka
Venice Biennale : 11th International Architecture Exhibition 2008
Japanese Pavilion

A new scale of architecture

Architecture as landscape
Group home

Excavating Space
yohji yamamoto New York gansevoort street store

Pureness
table

An Experiment Involving Space
balloon

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78: Redefining Collectivity

The city is, an assemblage of a multitude of elements. And if we think architecture as that kind of collection, not as single building, there seems to be a potential towards a shift in the relationship between architecture and the city. Then if architects design building with such attitude, architecture would contribute much to create better urban environment.
We feature such a trend in architecture within the framework of “collective forms” and present the endeavors of 14 Japanese architects with a focus on the process of design. We also included two interviews with Fumihiko Maki & Hiroshi Hara

Works by:
Fumihiko Maki, Hiroshi Hara, Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA,
Jun Aoki, Ryue Nishizawa, Kazuyo Sejima, Osamu Nishida + Erika Nakagawa / ON DESIGN, Ryuji Nakamura, Akihisa Hirata, Junya Ishigami,
Sou Fujimoto, Go Hasegawa, Hirokazu Suemitsu + Yoko Suemitsu / SUEP., Kazuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu / CAt

Feature:
Interview with Fumihiko Maki
50 Years Since Group Form

Fumihiko Maki
Republic Polytechnic Campus, Singapore

Interview with Hiroshi Hara
Mathematics, Discreteness, Architecture

Hiroshi Hara
Habor Regeneration Project

Images of Collectivity (photo essay by the architects)

Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
Louvre-Lens

Jun Aoki
Omiyamae Sports Facility, Suginami

Ryue Nishizawa
Towada Art Center

Kazuyo Sejima
Inujima Art House Project

Osamu Nishida + Erika Nakagawa / ON DESIGN
Village and drawing style of the map

Ryuji Nakamura
Colorful / Cornfield

Akihisa Hirata
prism liquid

Junya Ishigami
Little Gardens / Kanagawa Intsitute of Technology KAIT workshop

Sou Fujimoto
Tokyo Apartment

Go Hasegawa
Town House in Asakusa

Hirokazu Suemitsu + Yoko Suemitsu / SUEP.
House of Cave

Kazuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu / CAt
Uto Elementary School

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77: Contextual Algorithms

This issue is about contextualism and Algorithms between architecture and cities. These architects are observing cities with severe vision and create unique algorithmic method or utilize algorithmic method for threir architectural design process. Their challenge will show us another possibility of architecture itself.

Works by:
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Ahikisa Hirata, Toyo Ito, Hiroshi Hara, Kazuhiro Kojima, Sou Fujimoto, Hiroya Tanaka, Tomohiro Tachi, Hitoshi Abe,
Ryuji Fujimura, Koji Tsutsui, The HTA Association, Shohei Matsukawa, Yuusuke Karasawa

CONTENTS

Dialogue
Considering the City and Architecture from the Perspective of Contextualism and Algorithms
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto×Akihisa Hirata

Akihisa Hirata
Atelier Bow-Wow
Toyo Ito + Essay
Algorithms Are Nothing More Than an Opportunity to Create Architecture that Respires
Hiroshi Hara
Kazuhiro Kojima
Sou Fujimoto
Hiroya Tanaka
Tomohiro Tachi
Hitoshi Abe
Ryuji Fujimura
Koji Tsutsui
The HTA Association
Shohei Matsukawa
Yuusuke Karasawa

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76: YEARBOOK2009

This issue features most-specific Architectures of 2009. In 2009, there were world recession since end of 2008, under such circumstance, what architecture are required? We selected 50 works of 2009. Also there are dialogue of Kazuhiro Kojima and Taira Nishizawa

Works
Kumiko Inui, Hideyuki Nakayama, Sou Fujimoto, Taira Nishizawa,Atelier Bow-Wow, Toyo Ito, Yasuhiro Yamashita, Go Hasegawa, Hiroshi Sambuichi, Yoshiteru Sato, Terunobu Fujimori + Kiyotaka Hayami, Kazuhide Doi, Makoto Takei + Chie Nabeshima, / Maki Onishi + Yuki Ogawa + Tomohiro Kumazawa + Yuki Hyakuda + You-ki Minakata, Hirokazu Suemitsu + Yoko Suemitsu, Jo Nagasaka, Yasutaka Yoshimura, Akihisa Hirata, Tadashi Saito, Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa, Yasushi Horibe, Nobuaki Furuya, Akiko Takahashi + Hiroshi Takahashi, Kohyama Atelier, Shikoku Chapter, Architectural Institute of Japan, Kouichi Wada, Kazutomi Takechi, Hidetoshi Ohno + Akihiro Yoshida, Hiroshi Naito et al, Noriaki Okabe, Susumu Uno + Kazuko Akamatsu + Kazuhiro Kojima + Yasuyuki Ito, Atelier-BNK, Kengo Kuma, Kazunari Sakamoto + Nikken Sekkei, Workvisions Architects Office, Tadao Ando, MIKAN + Yasuaki Onoda, Kiyoshi Sakurai + Takuji Hiroshige / Nikken Sekkei + Sanshin Sekkei, Tomohiko Yamanashi / Nikken Sekkei + Takeyuki Katsuya / NSD, Riken Yamamoto, Kazuo Watabe | Hiroyuki Kimura, Toru Murakami, Atsushi Kitagawara, Arata Isozaki, Research Institute of Architecture, Takenaka Corporation, Ito | Takenaka | RLA Kaohsiung Main Stadium for 2009 World Games Design Team, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mori Building, Kohn Perdersen Fox and Associates PC, Irie Miyake Architects & Engineers

Winning entries of the Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition 2009 Jury: Jun Aoki

Winning Entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2009

Announcement: the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2010

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75: Steel Structure Houses in Detail

The introduction of the use of high-strength steel in residential architecture has expanded the range of design possibilities that has at the same time been limited without a proper understanding of its physical properties and its application. JA charts the history of the use of steel in small-scale Japanese houses, starting with Kenji Hirose’s ‘SH-1’ built in 1953 and concluding with the celebrated projects of today. Illustrated throughout with a generous array of technical drawings and photographs, the edition also features houses from Shoei Yoh, Toyo Ito, Waro Kishi + K. Associates, Sejima, Nishizawa, Masaki Endoh, Kazuhiko Namba and TNA.)


CONTENTS

Dialogue
Detail Considered in the Context of Steel Houses
Shin'ichi Okuyama × Sotaro Yamamoto

SH-1
Kenzi Hirose / Kenzi Hirose, Architect & Associates

Takaoka House
Seike House Ⅱ
Kiyoshi Seike+Design System

Essay
Why Steel Frame is the Mainstay of Prefab Homes in Japan
Shuichi Matsumura

Stainless Steel House with Light Lattice
Shoei Yoh / Yoh Design

Silver Hut
Toyo Ito / Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects

House in Higashi Osaka
Waro Kishi+K.ASSOCIATES / Architects

House in Koto
Mitsuhiko Sato / Mitsuhiko Sato Architect and Associates

House in a Plum Grove
Villa in Hayama
Kazuyo Sejima / Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

Crystal Brick
Yasuhiro Yamashita / Atelier Tekuto

HOUSE A
Ryue Nishizawa / Office of Ryue Nishizawa

ICH House
Toshiaki Ishida / Toshiaki Ishida Architect & Associates

Natural Patches
Masaki Endoh / EDH Endoh Design House

The Box House-128
Kazuhiko Namba + KAI Workshop

Plaster House
TNA / Makoto Takei+Chie Nabeshima

Steel Truss
Hiroaki Kimura+Ks Architects

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74: Windows: Innovative Mediation

A basic element of architecture, the window, aside from providing ventilation and light, can provide a positive physiological and psychological influence, regulating and mediating relationships between the inside and the outside. This collection of architectural projects with innovative windows and accompanying spaces provides a diverse and inspired collection of solutions from an outstanding group of Japanese architects. These include: Atelier Bow-Wow, Sou Fujimoto, Manabu Chiba, SANAA, Jun Aoki, Go Hasegawa, Jun Igarashi and Takaharu Tezuka + Yui Tezuka. Accompanied throughout with colour photographs and technical drawings along with a short illustrated history of the window in Japanese architecture.


CONTENTS

The Precedent of Window Use in Japanese Architecture

Dialogue
Windows, Interior, Exterior
On the Question of What Should Decide Window Character
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto × Sou Fujimoto

Atelier Bow-Wow

Sou Fujimoto
final wooden house | house N | House before House

Manabu Chiba
Essay: Deep Window
MESH | Villa in Yatsugatake | studio Gotenyama

SANAA
Zollverein School of Maganement and Design

Jun Aoki
J

Go Hasegawa
Nerima Apartment

Kumiko Inui
House K

Mutsue Hayakusa
Green shadow house

Ken Yokogawa
Villa J in Yatsugatake

Yasushi Horibe
House in Higashiyama

Makoto Takei+Chie Nabeshima
Figured Glass House

Osamu Nishida / ON DESIGN
House at Momijizaka

Hiroshi Kikuchi
Oizumi House

Yuichiro Kodama
House in Motoyamacho, Kochi

Takaharu Tezuka+Yui Tezuka
Clipping Corner House

Jun Igarashi
ANNEX

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106: Towards a New Urban House

This special issue features proposals for contemporary houses that turn toward the city, organised around two axes: houses that connect things, and houses that are thrown out into the city. What they have in common is that, instead of regarding the house as actor and the city as background, both are viewed from a single approach. This issue explores how a redefinition of the urban order in Japan since the turn of the century has led to a transition for both houses and architecture from static to dynamic. Featuring more than a dozen homes and residential projects by a range of architects, including Go Hasegawa, Takahashi Ippei, Erika Nakagawa, Ryue Nishizawa, and others.



[ESSAY]
Towards a New Urban House Teppei Fujiwara
Generating life amid the terrain of things Masatake Shinohara
 
[13 HOUSES]
1. House M Office of Kumiko Inui
Tokyo University of Arts Inui Lab.
Ryugo Ichikawa
2. House in Kyodo Go Hasegawa and Associates
3. Casa O TAKAHASHI IPPEI OFFICE
4. Painter House MURAYAMA
KATO ARCHITECTURE /mtka
5. Yoyogi Terrace FUJIWALABO
6. house A
shop B KimuraMatsumoto Architects
7. House in Kawasaki Taichi Mitsuya & Associates
8. Momoyama House Erika Nakagawa Office
9. House in Rokko Yo Shimada
10. Garden & House Office of Ryue Nishizawa
11. SHAREyaraicho Satoko Shinohara
Spatial Design Studio
Ayano Uchimura
A Studio
12. Dragon Court Village Junya Inagaki
Satoshi Sano
Takuo Nagai
Eisuke Hori
Eureka
13. MOKU-CHIN RECIPE(application to Pin! Hiraharabashi) MOKU-CHIN KIKAKU


102: Houses by young architects and their works

This issue introduces 62 individuals and groups of young Japanese architects born after 1975, as representing the youngest generation of architects. Presented here are their designs and finished projects for private houses throughout Japan.

004 Mizuki Imamura Isao Shinohara (miCo.)
006 Masafumi Harigai(masafumiharigaiarchitecture)
    Yuichi Ishikawa Seiji Kamayachi
    Takahiro Sato Yoshitaka Miyake(ARIWRKS)
008 Toru Murayama Ayako Kato(MURAYAMA+KATO ARCHITECTURE /mtka)
010 Tsuyoshi Tane(DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE/ARCHITECTS)
012 Atsushi Kawamoto
    Mayumi Kawamoto(mA-style architects)
014 Toru Shimokawa
016 Kentaro Yamazaki
    (Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop)
018 Takashi Fujino(IKIMONO ARCHITECTS)
020 Satoshi Matsuoka Yuki Tamura (MATSUOKASATOSHITAMURAYUKI)
022 Katsutoshi Sasaki(Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates)
024 Yuri Naruse Jun Inokuma(Naruse·Inokuma Architects)
026 Shigenori Uoya Miwako Uoya(Shigenori Uoya Architects and Associates)
028 Gen Inoue(GEN INOUE)
030 Hiroyuki Kamei (spectacle)
Etsuko Hirose (seets)
032 Yohei Ohmura(Yohei Ohmura Design)
034 Ryo Matsui(Ryo Matsui Architects)
036 Norio Yoshinaga(Office for Environment Architecture)
038 Maya Mada(MAMM DESIGN)
040 Takashi Kurihara(Takashi Kurihara Architects)
042 Yoshitaka Miyauchi(B1D)
044 Chika Hagino(Chika Hagino Architects)
046 Tomohiko Yamada(Studio Battery)
048 Issei Suma(SUMA)
050 Daisuke Sanada Kenji Nawa(SUWA architects+engineers)
052 Hiroki Tominaga(Hiroki Tominaga - Atelier)
054 Tamaki Tonoi Nao Ashida(Tonoi Architects Office)
056 Makoto Takei Chie Nabeshima(TNA)
058 Takuto Sando Motoo Chiba
    Himari Saikawa Masakazu Ishigure(Tsubame Architects)
    Wataru Sawada(Sawada Hashimura studio)
060 Maki Onishi Yuki Hyakuda(onishimaki+hyakudayuki architects/ o+h)
062 Masahiro Harada Mao Harada(MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO)
064 Junpei Nousaku(JUNPEI NOUSAKU ARCHITECT)
066 Koji Aoki(KOJI AOKI ARCHITECTS)
068 Shingo Masuda Katsuhisa Otsubo(SHINGO MASUDA+KATSUHISA OTSUBO architects)
070 Ippei Takahashi(TAKAHASHI IPPEI OFFICE)
072 Teppei Fujiwara(FUJIWALABO)
074 Hiroyuki Unemori(UNEMORI ARCHITECTS)
076 Hirokazu Suemitsu Yoko Suemitsu(SUEP.)
078 Kentaro Kurihara Miho Iwatsuki(studio velocity)
080 Toru Yada Takuma Tsuji
    Takeshi Hashimoto(403architecture [dajiba])
082 Yoshinari Kimura Naoko Matsumoto
    (KimuraMatsumoto Architects)
084 Nao Harikae Yoshihiro Nakazono(twha)
086 Nariaki Chigusa(ICADA)
088 Yusuke Koshima(Yusuke Koshima Architecture Studio)
090 Yuki Chida Ai Chida(CHIDA Architects)
092 Yoshio Ohno Hidetaka Nakahara(Q & Architecture)
094 Shintaro Matsushita Takashi Suzuki(+S)
096 Masashi Kikkawa(Kikkawa Architects)
    Hisashi Ikeda(Hisashi Ikeda Architects)
098 Kotaro Anzai(Life style koubou)
100 Hayato Komatsu(HAYATO KOMATSU ARCHITECTS)
102 Takeshi Hosaka(TAKESHI HOSAKA architects)
104 Tetsuya Mizukami(Tetsuya Mizukami Architects)
106 Masato Ashida(Ashida Architect & Associates)
108 Fuminori Nousaku(Fuminori Nousaku Architects)
110 Motoki Ishikawa(Motoki Ishikawa Architect)
112 Ken'ichi Otani(Ken'ichi Otani Architects)
114 Cohta Asano(BHIS)
116 Shuji Fujita Yuki Shinbo(SYAP)
118 Yoshichika Takagi(Yoshichika Takagi+Associates)
120 Takeshi Shikauchi(Takeshi Shikauchi Architect Office)
122 Shoko Murakaji Naoto Murakaji(harunatsu-arch)
124 Yuji Tanabe(Yuji Tanabe Architects)
126 Yohsuke Namiki(Open site architecture studio)JA102 SUMMER, 2016


101: Architecture - Era - Discourse

As the magazine celebrates its 60th anniversary, it also marks a milestone in architectural culture worldwide. Through the decades, the essays it has published have been critical to a deeper understanding of the inspiration, experience, and perception of architecture as depicted on the journal’s pages, chronicled in high-quality, powerful photography. This special issue once more brings into focus the ongoing, vibrant architectural culture that bridges past, present, and future through a selection of influential essays from the back catalogue. By taking a fresh look at perspectives from Toyo Ito, Kenzo Tange, Kazuyo Sejima, Kengo Kuma, and more, new insights can be gained.

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100: Looking Back the 60years

For its 60th anniversary, the magazine presents a dense overview of every issue since its very beginning in 1956, highlighting a chaotic selection of notable projects along with the contents of each. Presented chronologically, the progression of images through the decades reflects the major figures and trends in global modern architecture of the second half of the 20th century, through until the 21st century and the present day. Included also are a series of comments on the magazine, impressions offered by such well-known architects as Kengo Kuma, Tadao Ando, Kazuhiro Kojima, David Adjaye, Cesar Pelli, Velonika Valk, Terence Riley, and Sean Godsell, amongst others.

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