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​ Target works are National Architecture Student Award, National Graduation Design Award, JIA Master Design Exhibition, Tokyo Architecture Collection, Sendai Design League, Ara Brick Graduation Design Exhibition, National Joint Design Exhibition, Chubu Graduation Design Exhibition, Diploma Kyoto, Design Review, Hase Ko Competition, Daiwa House Competition, ERI Student Competition, Daito Kensetsu Competition, Furic Competition, Public Space Competition. In addition, we will categorize related videos, books, magazines, and buildings, aiming to be one of the largest and most advanced architectural design platforms.

Analysis of sloping floor space and architectural design proposal  --Focusing on Claude Paran's "Diagonal Theory"-

Outline of work

Architectural slanted floors (hereinafter referred to as slanted floors) were created by architect Claude Paran and thinker Paul Virilio in 1966 for the two horizontal and vertical axes in modern architecture and the information society to come in the future. It is an architectural component that claims to be the possibility of the architectural space of. This study reconsiders the theoretical position of sloping floors in architecture by referring to the recent theory of sloping floor architecture and sloping floors, with reference to the "diagonal theory" of Paran et al. The purpose of this study was to apply the obtained knowledge in design proposals and show the possibility of architectural spaces using sloping floors.

In the design, we selected the offices of IT companies as the target of the information society, and proposed a new office space using the sloping floor space. [4 scales of sloping floor space (city, space, people, furniture)] [9 construction methods of sloping floor space] can be extracted from the analysis and consideration in the paper, and based on these, plans according to each scale Was done. In addition, the sloping floor was applied to the office space not as a link between certain points but as a [continuum] with functional continuity. We propose a sloping floor space as a continuum of four continuums: the continuum of urban / external environment, the continuum of space / function, the visual continuity of individuals and groups, and the continuum of furniture and floors.

The sloping floor space as a [continuity] creates a new office space that goes beyond the conventional office space, builds new relationships with cities, exterior spaces, interior spaces, people, and furniture, and designs the possibilities. Presented in the proposal.

Analysis of typology of slope morphology and study of pedestrian space in public facilities
――As an aid to space design learned from Zaha Hadid architectural works ――

Outline of work

I was very impressed when I visited Dongraemun World Design Park and Plaza (hereinafter referred to as ddp Design Plaza) designed by Zaha Hadid. As a space experience there, I was strongly impressed by the experience of being able to move to all spaces without using the stairs. Many people visited at once to limit the movement of people depending on the slope, distance, width, or architectural form, and I became interested in the relationship between design and slope in the moving space. I will be interested in Japan in the future. In order to aim for a society without steps (barrier-free universal design), I thought that it would be an ideal space for such experiences to become everyday. Derivation as a methodology has not been realized so much in public spaces so far. Therefore, barrier-free universal design and design are closely combined, and it is significant to explore such a methodology today that barrier-free universal design pursues a space that is friendly to all people. I thought that it was the starting point of my research. The design will be based on the contents of this research, and the slope will be reconstructed from the morphological pattern. The goal was to design a space where the necessary flow line plan could be reached from a specific scene in a public facility without going through steps. Due to the classification of slope morphology, slopes as barrier-free have not been extracted from the aspect of design. Therefore, it is considered to be an important factor in architectural design to improve the design as well as to eliminate many barriers. In addition, the plan for the development of Paralympic sports in this plan will not be able to show an opportunity to help many people with disabilities in Japan in the future, following the holding of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. I think.

A series of staircase spaces and surrounding areas

Outline of work

For architects, the stairs that connect the top and bottom are one of the most focused parts of the architectural element. While there are many studies and books focusing on the stairs themselves and their details, this research studies the characteristics captured in the works of architects using the stairs space as a starting point for "the continuity of the stairs space and the surrounding fields". .. At the same time as exploring continuity with the adjacent space, I would like to expand the possibilities of architecture.
Based on the analysis method that suits the characteristics of architects such as Le Corbusier and Loth, and based on the organized conclusions, he focuses on the surrounding surface surrounding the staircase space and designs his own experiments. Divide the stairs, slabs, and walls into these three structures, collect the basic and approximate shapes, and put the parts together. Create staircase patterns with different combinations. Depending on the position and number of surrounding surfaces, the spatial composition of each staircase pattern can be indicated by a number.
I wanted to express what kind of situations the staircase patterns I had made so far could be used, and I arrived at a frame that was somewhere between architecture and model. I think it is an assembly rule that shows various relationships between structured order and spatial composition in architecture. Rather than giving a bond in a clear direction, I think it's better to be able to think freely.

Stepped body  -Shinjuku West Exit 3D Square and Odakyu Building Redevelopment Plan-

Outline of work

Stations in Japan form an urban structure that emphasizes public institutions, and are something that developed countries should aim for in the future, and are regarded as important. Among them, I paid attention to Shinjuku Station, which became an important base in Tokyo, when planning the subcenter. Therefore, we propose a model station in the future and a new Shinjuku station aiming for a city.
The area around Shinjuku Station is divided into east and west depending on the station, and there is a big difference in the bustle. Therefore, we will make a proposal with the Shinjuku West Exit station square as the site area as a busy base on the west side. We will create a small Shinjuku station that incorporates the versatility of Shinjuku, and make it a place where pedestrians can wander around the ground space while functioning as an "area and a lively base" that spreads out to the town, and as a transportation terminal, bringing even more liveliness. , Form "Maintenance as an activity base and station square for people".
The current west exit of Shinjuku Station was designed by architect Junzo Sakakura, but we will also review the architecture that surrounds the plaza from the closed underground space and the façade that feels like a wall. Therefore, the redevelopment plan of Odakyu Electric Railway will be adopted, and the surrounding buildings surrounding the plaza will be added to the site area.
There is no space for people on the site due to isolated pedestrian spaces and upright walls. Therefore, the roadway is eliminated, and the architecture that was being oppressed is turned toward the open space, and the volume is lowered to bring a feeling of liberation and create a space for people. As a proposal, when the building was deployed on the floor, the stepped body that entered the flat space of the plaza into the building created continuity between the plaza and the building, giving the pedestrian space a migratory property, and a new Shinjuku. Form a station.

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Algorithmic Architecture

Algorithm architecture is a design method that uses information processing technology and involves fine discrete processes with fine resolution, and redefines the relationship between nature and humans, and the relationship between nature and act = artificial construction. Nature is an infinite continuum, but when human interpretation is added to it in the process of design, it is inevitably "discretized" into finite elements. An algorithm is also a method for discretizing and understanding nature, but unlike the conventional coarse resolution discretization process up to modern times, it discretizes nature with finer resolution and nature as a continuum. It is an attempt to get as close as possible to itself.

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Algorithmic Architecture

Algorithm architecture is a design method that uses information processing technology and involves fine discrete processes with fine resolution, and redefines the relationship between nature and humans, and the relationship between nature and act = artificial construction. Nature is an infinite continuum, but when human interpretation is added to it in the process of design, it is inevitably "discretized" into finite elements. An algorithm is also a method for discretizing and understanding nature, but unlike the conventional coarse resolution discretization process up to modern times, it discretizes nature with finer resolution and nature as a continuum. It is an attempt to get as close as possible to itself.

[2] Architectural design / work pattern of each proposal process

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[B2] Subjective proposal of the site

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[C2] Subjective proposal of the program

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[F2] Subjective proposal of space
[1] Evaluation items for architectural design and each proposal process

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[D1] Objective evaluation of design method

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[B1] Objective evaluation of the site

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[F1] Objective evaluation of space