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Transustainable House / SUGAWARADAISUKE

四種适應對策,四個(gè)梯度空間(jiān)

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這(zhè)座采用鏽蝕鋼闆為(wèi)表皮的東京小住宅對場(chǎng)所四個(gè)條件進行了(le)積極響應。
1,.場(chǎng)地小–因此延生(shēng)對空間(jiān)的感官
2,多樣化(huà)的生(shēng)活–設置靈活度高的空間(jiān)
3,不斷發生(shēng)變化(huà)的城市(shì)面貌–提供多樣化(huà)的外表皮接觸外部環境
4,人(rén)工主導環境–提供多種備選方案

建築從内到外響應場(chǎng)所,并具備可以靈活适應市(shì)民(mín)生(shēng)活方式變化(huà)的居住空間(jiān),以豐富和可持續的全新(xīn)理(lǐ)念面世。

 

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Built in the residential area of Tokyo, ‘ Transustainable House ‘ aims to respond to the 4 features of urban housing. 
1) ‘Small building site’ – Extension of perceptional spaces beyond the limit 
2) ‘Diverse style of living’ – Composition of spaces that allow arrangements 
3) ‘Endlessly updating townscape’ – Surface that engraves the microclimate 
4) ‘Artificial thermal environment’ – Diverse thermal environment that offer choices 
These procedures make interior and exterior durable to different contexts of the site. The interior responds to transitions of residents’ lifestyles, while the exterior responds to the transitions surrounding the site. This house is not brought to perfection in the moments of the completion, buttargets to enrich the quality of the environment by being intimate with the long lapse of time. This project shows a new solution for sustainable architecture that metamorphoses its existence over the time.

 

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1,.場(chǎng)地小–因此延生(shēng)對空間(jiān)的感官。
在東京,房(fáng)屋場(chǎng)所小是普遍現(xiàn)象。建築師将有限的居住空間(jiān)最大化(huà)發掘,将居住的空間(jiān)切成小塊呈對角安排,讓之間(jiān)與場(chǎng)地形成的空間(jiān)成為(wèi)半室内的居住空間(jiān),并賦予其半透明表皮,給人(rén)以延伸的空間(jiān)感。

1) ‘Small building site’ – Extension of perceptional spaces beyond the limit 
In Tokyo, it is quite typical for a house to be built on a very small site. Therefore, in order to maximize the limited dwelling space, this house expands the dwelling space both inside and outside, and converts the entire site into a group of spaces with different qualities. Private rooms are placed diagonally in the site, while common areas are created between them, transforming the rest of the site into ‘semi-indoor’ residential area. The ‘semi-indoor’ areas extend the resident’s spatial perception beyond the site boundary over the enclosed semi-transparent walls.

 

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2,多樣化(huà)的生(shēng)活–設置靈活度高的空間(jiān)
如(rú)今,城市(shì)市(shì)民(mín)的生(shēng)活不再固定,遷移成為(wèi)常态。為(wèi)此這(zhè)所房(fáng)子(zǐ)可以适用3種家庭生(shēng)活的狀态。如(rú)果将這(zhè)些(xiē)理(lǐ)念推廣,日本很多民(mín)宅的潛力将大為(wèi)提高。

3,不斷發生(shēng)變化(huà)的城市(shì)面貌–提供多樣化(huà)的外表皮接觸外部環境
建築都存在于環境中,也(yě)會反作(zuò)用于環境,為(wèi)此建築師探索了(le)建築外觀與環境的關(guān)聯。小住宅上(shàng)面的鏽蝕鋼闆和穿孔金(jīn)屬網會随着時(shí)間(jiān)的推移,風(fēng)雨的侵蝕而顯現(xiàn)出斑駁與歲月(yuè)(yuè)留痕。建築的外觀,由建築師設計一(yī)半,另一(yī)半,交給了(le)自然。

4,人(rén)工主導環境–提供多種備選方案
都市(shì)中的人(rén)們慣用空調和冷氣來(lái)調節室溫。而這(zhè)所房(fáng)屋提供了(le)4個(gè)人(rén)與自然接觸的梯度場(chǎng)景:全控制室内,中控制室内,中控制室外,不能(néng)控制的室外。有利于居民(mín)感知四季變遷。

 

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2) ‘Diverse style of living’ – Composition of spaces that allow arrangements 
Today, city citizens migrate between cites constantly. These nomadic style leads to the diversification of family structure and the relationship between family members/housemates. 
The group of private rooms and common areas in this residence responds to this issue as well, by allowing free arrangement of spaces. The following diagram shows how residential areas in this house could be managed according to 3 families’ life circles.

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 Arrangement of spaces responding to the transition of family structure (e.g. 3 groups/2 groups/2 groups/1 group)

Currently, there are 50,000 individual houses in Japan. If this method is applied to all of them, parts of those private houses can be opened to not only urban nomadic residents but also to the community. This method is potential to play a major role in the society as a stock of closed private dwelling spaces

 

3) ‘Endlessly updating townscape’ – Surface that engraves the microclimate 
Architecture cannot exist without giving any influence to the surrounding context. This project explores the possibility to have a unique appearance by having a strong relationship with the context.

If this is subjected to the nei***orhood residences, the relation keeps collapsing every few years because of the scrap-and-build townscape of  Tokyo. Therefore, this house relies on the site-specific micro-climate. 
This aim is realized by the exterior surfaces with unique iron-powder-mixed-plaster and the expanded metal.

Exposed to the rain, wind, and sunlight, the weathering of the surface proceed dappled rust on the surface, memorizing the vernacular micro-climate over the time. The architectural appearance is not designed by an architect, but is defined by the actual behavior of the natural phenomena.

 

 

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  Iron-powder-mixed-plaster and expanded metal before and after weathering

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4) ‘Artificial thermal environment’ – Diverse thermal environment that offer choices 
Thermal environment in urban areas tend to be a simple choice between the artificially controlled indoor, and the rest of the uncontrolled outdoor.

In this house, the artificial and the natural are blended in gradient, which produce diverse choices to be made by the thermal perception of the residents.

This house offers 4 types of approach to the air condition – high controlled indoor, mid-controlled indoor, mid-controlled outdoor and natural condition outdoor. Those 4 approaches create countless thermal condition in between, not only because of the changes of season but also by the use of mechanical air conditioning and windows/doors, and stimulate the residents to search perceptively for the adequate places each time.

 

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Project name: Transustainable House 
Location: Chofu, Tokyo 
Concept Design: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Schematic Design: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Design Development: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Design Corporation for DD drawings: Yuko Hiura, Chihiro Kotaka, Masayuki Harada 
Structural Design: RGB Structure (Masayuki Takada) 
Lighting Design: TOH design (Aki Hayakawa) 
Plantation Design: GA Yamazaki 
Plaster Work: Nurikan 
Construction: Sou Kenchiku Co.,Ltd. 
Structure: Wood 
Site area: 100.08 sqm 
Building area: 38.62 sqm 
Gross Floor area: 76.30 sqm 
Height: 6.87m 
Number of stories: 2 
Design Period: Apr. 2012 – Apr. 2013 
Construction Period: May 2013 – Feb 2014 
Photographer Photos: JéRéMIE SOUTEYRAT

 

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Transustainable House / SUGAWARADAISUKE

四種适應對策,四個(gè)梯度空間(jiān)

項目标簽

 設計公司:
 位置:
 材料:
 文章分(fēn)類:

非常感謝SUGAWARADAISUKE将以下(xià)内容授權gooood發行。
Appreciation towards SUGAWARADAISUKE for providing the following description: 

 

這(zhè)座采用鏽蝕鋼闆為(wèi)表皮的東京小住宅對場(chǎng)所四個(gè)條件進行了(le)積極響應。
1,.場(chǎng)地小–因此延生(shēng)對空間(jiān)的感官
2,多樣化(huà)的生(shēng)活–設置靈活度高的空間(jiān)
3,不斷發生(shēng)變化(huà)的城市(shì)面貌–提供多樣化(huà)的外表皮接觸外部環境
4,人(rén)工主導環境–提供多種備選方案

建築從内到外響應場(chǎng)所,并具備可以靈活适應市(shì)民(mín)生(shēng)活方式變化(huà)的居住空間(jiān),以豐富和可持續的全新(xīn)理(lǐ)念面世。

 

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Built in the residential area of Tokyo, ‘ Transustainable House ‘ aims to respond to the 4 features of urban housing. 
1) ‘Small building site’ – Extension of perceptional spaces beyond the limit 
2) ‘Diverse style of living’ – Composition of spaces that allow arrangements 
3) ‘Endlessly updating townscape’ – Surface that engraves the microclimate 
4) ‘Artificial thermal environment’ – Diverse thermal environment that offer choices 
These procedures make interior and exterior durable to different contexts of the site. The interior responds to transitions of residents’ lifestyles, while the exterior responds to the transitions surrounding the site. This house is not brought to perfection in the moments of the completion, buttargets to enrich the quality of the environment by being intimate with the long lapse of time. This project shows a new solution for sustainable architecture that metamorphoses its existence over the time.

 

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1,.場(chǎng)地小–因此延生(shēng)對空間(jiān)的感官。
在東京,房(fáng)屋場(chǎng)所小是普遍現(xiàn)象。建築師将有限的居住空間(jiān)最大化(huà)發掘,将居住的空間(jiān)切成小塊呈對角安排,讓之間(jiān)與場(chǎng)地形成的空間(jiān)成為(wèi)半室内的居住空間(jiān),并賦予其半透明表皮,給人(rén)以延伸的空間(jiān)感。

1) ‘Small building site’ – Extension of perceptional spaces beyond the limit 
In Tokyo, it is quite typical for a house to be built on a very small site. Therefore, in order to maximize the limited dwelling space, this house expands the dwelling space both inside and outside, and converts the entire site into a group of spaces with different qualities. Private rooms are placed diagonally in the site, while common areas are created between them, transforming the rest of the site into ‘semi-indoor’ residential area. The ‘semi-indoor’ areas extend the resident’s spatial perception beyond the site boundary over the enclosed semi-transparent walls.

 

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2,多樣化(huà)的生(shēng)活–設置靈活度高的空間(jiān)
如(rú)今,城市(shì)市(shì)民(mín)的生(shēng)活不再固定,遷移成為(wèi)常态。為(wèi)此這(zhè)所房(fáng)子(zǐ)可以适用3種家庭生(shēng)活的狀态。如(rú)果将這(zhè)些(xiē)理(lǐ)念推廣,日本很多民(mín)宅的潛力将大為(wèi)提高。

3,不斷發生(shēng)變化(huà)的城市(shì)面貌–提供多樣化(huà)的外表皮接觸外部環境
建築都存在于環境中,也(yě)會反作(zuò)用于環境,為(wèi)此建築師探索了(le)建築外觀與環境的關(guān)聯。小住宅上(shàng)面的鏽蝕鋼闆和穿孔金(jīn)屬網會随着時(shí)間(jiān)的推移,風(fēng)雨的侵蝕而顯現(xiàn)出斑駁與歲月(yuè)(yuè)留痕。建築的外觀,由建築師設計一(yī)半,另一(yī)半,交給了(le)自然。

4,人(rén)工主導環境–提供多種備選方案
都市(shì)中的人(rén)們慣用空調和冷氣來(lái)調節室溫。而這(zhè)所房(fáng)屋提供了(le)4個(gè)人(rén)與自然接觸的梯度場(chǎng)景:全控制室内,中控制室内,中控制室外,不能(néng)控制的室外。有利于居民(mín)感知四季變遷。

 

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2) ‘Diverse style of living’ – Composition of spaces that allow arrangements 
Today, city citizens migrate between cites constantly. These nomadic style leads to the diversification of family structure and the relationship between family members/housemates. 
The group of private rooms and common areas in this residence responds to this issue as well, by allowing free arrangement of spaces. The following diagram shows how residential areas in this house could be managed according to 3 families’ life circles.

/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/_c_wGBZdLdCMYxHwrEKPpDrJbR2HV2HTPy9eJWI0SQd3z9VNhXGQtyiWRcPvtxbBr8EKDjAl6LqbveAws5RljNDbKflSqHIoUtS.jpg

 Arrangement of spaces responding to the transition of family structure (e.g. 3 groups/2 groups/2 groups/1 group)

Currently, there are 50,000 individual houses in Japan. If this method is applied to all of them, parts of those private houses can be opened to not only urban nomadic residents but also to the community. This method is potential to play a major role in the society as a stock of closed private dwelling spaces

 

3) ‘Endlessly updating townscape’ – Surface that engraves the microclimate 
Architecture cannot exist without giving any influence to the surrounding context. This project explores the possibility to have a unique appearance by having a strong relationship with the context.

If this is subjected to the nei***orhood residences, the relation keeps collapsing every few years because of the scrap-and-build townscape of  Tokyo. Therefore, this house relies on the site-specific micro-climate. 
This aim is realized by the exterior surfaces with unique iron-powder-mixed-plaster and the expanded metal.

Exposed to the rain, wind, and sunlight, the weathering of the surface proceed dappled rust on the surface, memorizing the vernacular micro-climate over the time. The architectural appearance is not designed by an architect, but is defined by the actual behavior of the natural phenomena.

 

 

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  Iron-powder-mixed-plaster and expanded metal before and after weathering

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4) ‘Artificial thermal environment’ – Diverse thermal environment that offer choices 
Thermal environment in urban areas tend to be a simple choice between the artificially controlled indoor, and the rest of the uncontrolled outdoor.

In this house, the artificial and the natural are blended in gradient, which produce diverse choices to be made by the thermal perception of the residents.

This house offers 4 types of approach to the air condition – high controlled indoor, mid-controlled indoor, mid-controlled outdoor and natural condition outdoor. Those 4 approaches create countless thermal condition in between, not only because of the changes of season but also by the use of mechanical air conditioning and windows/doors, and stimulate the residents to search perceptively for the adequate places each time.

 

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Project name: Transustainable House 
Location: Chofu, Tokyo 
Concept Design: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Schematic Design: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Design Development: SUGAWARADAISUKE (Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroshi Narahara) 
Design Corporation for DD drawings: Yuko Hiura, Chihiro Kotaka, Masayuki Harada 
Structural Design: RGB Structure (Masayuki Takada) 
Lighting Design: TOH design (Aki Hayakawa) 
Plantation Design: GA Yamazaki 
Plaster Work: Nurikan 
Construction: Sou Kenchiku Co.,Ltd. 
Structure: Wood 
Site area: 100.08 sqm 
Building area: 38.62 sqm 
Gross Floor area: 76.30 sqm 
Height: 6.87m 
Number of stories: 2 
Design Period: Apr. 2012 – Apr. 2013 
Construction Period: May 2013 – Feb 2014 
Photographer Photos: JéRéMIE SOUTEYRAT

 

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