TEZUKA ARCHITECTS. Family Style. Tezuka Architects. Jul 7, 20104:24 AM Posted by A-HSN Labels: engawa-house , minimalist-homes , modern-minimalhomes , open-interior-house , open-outdoor-house , porch-house , tezuka-engawahouse , veranda-house , Engawa House | Tezuka Architects I would start my post with the Engawa House, by Tezuka Architects.This is my first inspiration of small comfortable houses after I saw the traditional 'Engawa' in Japanese house and then this Engawa House.
Once I looked up for more on Tezuka's projects,their residential projects really impressed me of their special emphasis on indoor-outdoor living lifestyle which all characterized by a strong relationship between interior and exterior space. Tezuka Architects is the team of the husband and wife Takaharu and Yui Tezuka. Le projet Kengo Kuma. Plastic House. Tokyo, Japon. 2002 - Housing. Plastic House. Meguro-ku, Tokyo 2002.05 Private residence 172.75m2 I have employed plastic for the project, the house for a mother (writer) and a son (photographer).
The dwelling stands in the center of the city and various parts of ‘living’ are open to the urban condition. Mother’s room is a small antique museum and there is a constant flow of people in and out the studio. Outdoor open space on the ground floor is a tearoom without roof where the client holds the tea ceremonies for his friends. The roof terrace is his outdoor studio and also the party space in the air. Curtain Wall House. Curtain wall house. SBA_Curtain Wall House. The house is intended to be a reflection of the owner's lifestyle.
It is open to the outdoors and utilizes contemporary materials in new interpretations of traditional Japanese styles. Wide deck spaces are attached to the east and south sides of the second-floor living room and tent-like curtains are hung on the outer facade between the second and third floors. Interior conditons are controlled by opening and closing this Japanese-style "curtain wall". In winter, a set of glazed doors (in combination with the curtain) can completely enclose the house for insulation and privacy. This thin membrane takes the place of shoji and sudare screens, and fusuma doors that appear in the traditional Japanese house. Ryue nishizawa: house & garden. Dec 20, 2011 ryue nishizawa: house & garden ‘house & garden’ by ryue nishizawa, tokyo, japan image © iwan baan japanese architect ryue nishizawa has recently completed ‘house & garden’, a residence in tokyo, japan. a series of stacked concrete floor slabs bordered with transparent railings and curtains, this four-storey dwelling is enclosed with walls of household plants growing within pots. generous balconies and terraces push the main living space from the street. these outdoor areas are filled with greenery, making the home seem more like a vertical garden. the architect has also opted to use curtains on both the interior and exterior of the house to provide privacy and divide up the living space. street elevationimage © iwan baan.
Garden and House by Ryue Nishizawa. This Tokyo five-storey townhouse by Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa is fronted by a stack of gardens.
Located in a dense commercial district, the building provides a combined home and workplace for two writers. The site was just four metres wide, so Nishizawa designed a building that has only glass walls to avoid narrowing the interior spaces even further. "My final decision of structure consisted of a vertical layer of horizontal slabs to create a building without walls," said the architect. Gardens are interspersed with rooms on each of the four floors of the building, creating a screen of plants that mask the facade from the eyes of passing strangers. Glazed walls beyond protect the interior from the elements. "The entirety is a wall-less transparent building designed to provide an environment with maximum sunlight despite the dark site conditions," added the architect. Masatsugu Nishida et Philippe Bonnin : Regards japonais sur l’espace domestique parisien. House with Podocarpus, Osaka, 2013.
There has been a symbolic podocarpus tree in the premises since the old days.
It used to be a little away from the human space and was not seen from the room in a daily life. For this new construction due to deterioration, the tree was left where it was to strengthen the relation between human and the tree by building a new position and new traffic line. By creating minimum surrounding with new round fence for the tree, form and existence of the tree are maximized. Walking under the tree in a daily life, and sitting down by the tree sometimes. Villa Gamagori on Architizer. House K - Tokyo, Japan - 2011 - Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects. House in Nishiochiai, Shinjuku, 2014.
IEA de Nantes - Conférence Shigeru KOBAYASHI. Shimogamo Shrine Kyoto Japan Wallpaper Wallpaper - HD Wallpapers. Fûdo, le milieu humain - Tetsurô Watsuji. Marcher au Japon / A. Berque. École spéciale d’architecture, Paris, le 10 octobre 2013Cycle de conférences de l’automne 2013 : La marche Par Augustin BERQUE 1.
Le chemin du Bois de bambous L’image ci-contre, que l’on a choisie pour l’affiche annonçant cette conférence, est une photographie que j’ai prise il y a quelques années au parc du Bois de bambous de Kyôto (Kyôto-shi Rakusai Chikurin kôen 京都市洛西竹林公園). C’est un parc où sont rassemblées une grande variété d’espèces de bambous, de tailles et de formes parfois surprenantes. Pour en venir au thème de la marche, on pourrait mentionner que ce qu’on appelle en français des échasses se dit en japonais « cheval de bambou », take uma 竹馬 ; mais ce n’est pas pour cette raison que j’ai choisi cette image, c’est à cause du chemin. Traverser un torrent, mais pourquoi donc ? Ce qui signifie que le jardin, qu’il faut traverser pour accéder à la cabane à thé, symbolise le passage de la frontière entre le domaine mondain et la Terre Pure, i.e. le paradis bouddhique, Sukhāvati. 2. Mésologiques. Chaniwa : chashitsu.
Profiles of Selected Architects. Review: House in Satsuma - Masumi Yanase Architect Office. Designed by Fukuoka-based architect Masumi Yanase, House in Satsuma is located in a recently rezoned, rapidly-developing residential district in central Kagoshima.
The city on the southern tip of the island of Kyushu is most famous for Sakurajima, an active volcano that rises dramatically from the adjacent bay. In addition to the severe impact of the volcano’s ongoing eruptions on the daily life of city-dwellers, Kagoshima suffers periodic typhoons and searing summer heat. Yanase’s elegant design responds to these harsh environmental factors while offering a quiet, open living space that protects the privacy of its residents without feeling closed-in. We asked the architect, who is principal at Masumi Yanase Architect Office, to tell us about the project. East exterior Approach. What was most important for you during the design process? Looking out from the entryway.
Kanazawa, Day 4. A young woman in kimono hangs a sign outside her teahouse in the Higashi Chaya-Gai district of Kanazawa.
Today I felt better when I woke up, which happened to be in time for the hotel breakfast. Histoire de l'habitat idéal : De l'Orient vers l'Occident - Augustin Berque. La légende d'Izanagi et Izanami - Japan Swap. ... ou la naissance du Japon Au commencement, la terre etait jeune et ses formes incertaines (le Kojiki dit qu’elle ressemblait “a une tache d’huile qui flotte et derive comme une meduse”).
Dans ce que les japonais appellent Takamanohara, ou “les hautes plaines celestes”, trois dieux invisibles virent le jour. IEA de Nantes - Conférence Augustin BERQUE. Histoire de l'habitat idéal. De l'Orient vers l'Occident. Kyoto travel guide area by area: Gion - youinJapan.net. Gion is a small neighborhood, belonging to the district of Higashiyama in the eastern part of Kyoto, famous as "the neighborhood of Geishas".
The neighborhood Gion was born in the Middle Ages as an area to stay for pilgrims traveling to the nearby Yasaka Shrine, over the years it has become a district of entertainment, especially for geishas. Although in recent years the figure of the geisha (or, more precisely, geiko, as geishas are called in Kyoto) in Japan has become rarer and rarer, the district of Gion still preserves this peculiarity. It is not uncommon to find geishas around the neighborhood, which are often assaulted by the cameras of the tourists. Kyoto travel guide area by area: Gion - youinJapan.net. Kanazawa, Day 4. One Eleven in Seminyak, Bali. Bali’s one of those enchanting, magical places that I try to visit at least once a year. Obviously, when I say enchanting and magical, I’m not talking about Kuta (nor do I ever set foot there). Usually I stay down south at sunny Jimbaran Bay for the beaches and the seafood, then up the misty mountains to Ubud, the pulsating cultural heart of the island.
Last month, for the first time in my life, I stayed for two nights in stylish Seminyak at a pretty new property. One Eleven — or 1 11 (you know the cool quotient goes up when a venue is inconspicuously named with numbers) — is a minimalist jewel tucked away in central Seminyak, well within walking distance to all the upscale shopping and trendy hangouts on bustling Jalan Laksmana. And this boutique resort villa really knocks it out of the aesthetic ballpark with its sleek design and sleeker service. On Melbourne / Urban Futures. 599 Elizabeth Street With a scheme for”densification”, I understand it as to maximize the usage of limited area. … Shared Circulation If densification and mixed usage is to be achieved, while largely retaining the existing building(s), … On Melbourne – Elizabeth Street 599 Introducing ways to how to deal with the densification of a city without compromising and …
On Melbourne / Urban Futures. SAINT-UPEYRIE Etherarchitecture. Machiya House (image 15 of 15) Showing image #15 of 15 images for Machiya House by Tezuka Architects + Masahiro Ikeda Co.. Ecoumène et Médiance, d'Augustin Berque. « Je ne puis méditer qu’en marchant et ma tête ne va qu’avec mes pieds. » Jean-Jacques Rousseau « Entre moi et moi-même, il y a la Terre » : cette citation de Jean-Marc Besse, Augustin Berque l’a placée en exergue d’Ecoumène. NEXT21, Osaka, Japan. NEXT21, Osaka, Japan, 1994 by Prof. Dr. Stephen KENDALL and Building Futures Institute, Ball State University Architect: Yositika UTIDA, Shu-Koh-Sha Architectural and Urban Design Studio Construction Coordination: Seiichi FUKAO Design System Planning: Kazuo YATSUMI and Mitsuo TAKADA Exterior Façade System: Seiichi FUKAO Modular Coordination System: Seiichi FUKAO Owner: Osaka Gas Corporation Dwellings: 18 Support Construction: Reinforced Concrete Skeleton, Newly Developed Façade System Infill Provision: Experimental System NEXT21 is an experimental 18-unit housing project.
Units were designed by 13 different architects. Réseau francophone des bibliothèques d'écoles d'architecture et de paysage. Untitled. Japon. Kyoto. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Kyoto ou Kyōto Écouter (京都市, Kyōto-shi? , littéralement « ville capitale ») est une ville japonaise de la région du Kansai, au centre de Honshū.
Elle fut de 794 à 1868 la capitale impériale du Japon, sous le nom de Heian-kyō ("Capitale de la paix et de la tranquillité"). Elle est aujourd'hui la capitale de la préfecture de Kyoto ainsi que l'une des grandes villes de la zone métropolitaine Keihanshin (Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto). Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] JAPONNAISES.