日本钢结构小居——两地生产一地拼装,只为留下回忆

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日本钢结构小居——两地生产一地拼装,只为留下回忆


日本建筑设计公司ASSISTANT为一对老夫妻设计了一款小型住宅,这款纯钢结构的小居特殊之处在于房子各个部分都是在不同工厂完成,而最后同意现场搭建结合在一起,因此小居有几处与众不同的重叠部分。两位老人设计需求与愿望是要留住记忆。


房子主要部分由当地木匠用当地材料建成。这个建筑项目最初是Aomori现代艺术展展馆的一部分。展览结束后,设计团队将其重新解构运到Nara,再重新建构安装成为一栋新的小居。


Sendai设计学院的学生主要负责的是房子屋顶部分,他们把屋顶设计成天台的样式,懂得人就看出是向Philip Johnson的鬼屋致敬。其实这个小天台以前还不是用在房屋顶部,而是校园一隅学生们种植蔬菜的地方。


【原文】


Japan’s House of 33 Years was once two separate buildings in two different towns


The past and the future coexist in this daylit house in Nara, Japan. Tokyo-based architecture studio ASSISTANT designed the house as a cluster of small buildings for an elderly couple who places great value on preserving memories. The result is a steel-framed structure that was built in several different locations and then assembled on-site to create several overlapping spaces.


Local carpenters in Aomori built the main quarters of the house using locally available materials. The project was initially installed as part of the “Kime to Kehai” exhibition at the Aomori Contemporary Art Centre. After the exhibition, the team disassembled the structure and loaded it on a truck to transport it to Nara, where it was reassembled as the House of 33 Years.


Students at the Sendai School of Design built the rooftop pavilion as an homage to Philip Johnson’s Ghost House. Before becoming a permanent part of the house, the pavilion was installed in the courtyard of a university campus and used by the students as a space for growing vegetables.

 

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