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Spiral / spiral

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Architecture ahead of space  --Attempts to build a masochistic design method-

Outline of work

Garden and room tower

Thirty years later, the population will decline, the elderly will increase, land will begin to surplus in the suburbs, and many will have the opportunity to have a garden. It is an opportunity to revive the garden culture lost due to the narrowing of houses in the 20th century, and it is an era when you can play the garden luxuriously. In this design, each room has its own garden, which is arranged as if it were a room. There will be one dwelling unit on each floor, and they will be stacked 90 degrees around the vertical flow line. It goes around with 4 dwelling units, and the ceiling height is up to 14.5m, creating an open garden.

Asakusayama

Ryounkaku, which towered in the 6th ward of Asakusa during the Meiji era, was a symbol of the commercial prosperity of Asakusa at that time. From the five-story pagoda of Sensoji Temple in the olden days, to Hanayashiki and Nitan Pagoda, and recently to the Tokyo Sky Tree located across the Sumida River, Asakusa has been recognized as a three-dimensional city silhouette or landmark with distinctive towers and buildings. I have come. This design proposal will be a new part of the Asakusa skyline, while not only the symbolic nature of the form, but also various people and programs that are unique to Asakusa, such as tourists, local residents, government buildings and shops, will be three-dimensional. We aimed to create a "mountain" -like design that was eclectic and the bustle of the street continued to the upper layers.

A rooted casino and the sprout of Asakusa

Asakusa, Taito-ku, is dotted with historical buildings in the nature left in the city. While the historic townscape with Sensoji Temple and Asakusa Public Hall, you can see the Sky Tree over the Sumida River. In a place where downtown culture and the cutting edge of the times are mixed, this architecture extends into the sky like trees spreading branches and leaves. The hall lifted from the ground is used daily for meetings and events, and the piloti becomes a rich space where a wide variety of people such as businessmen, tourists, and local residents meet. At night, the light of the laboratory leaks through the curtains of plants, and the casino shines brightly in the basement, illuminating the streets of Rokuku again. A green-covered casino takes root in the city of Asakusa.

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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.

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

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