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Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
Kumamoto Artpolis
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  • 1. KUMAMOTO ARTPOLIS Tomoe T Yuki T Haruka T Chika M
  • 2. About ARTPOLIS 
    • It is a project started in 1988 in Kumamoto located at the center of Kyushu.
    •    This project builds excellent buildings, and creates a high quality life environment.
    •    It aims at the improvement of the regional culture and the improvement of the city culture and the architectural culture.
  • 3. Contents
    • Kumamoto North Police Station
    • Misumi Harbor Ferry Terminal
    • Yatsushiro Municipal Museum
    • Prefectural Decorative Tumulus Museum
  • 4. Kumamoto North Police Station
    • Address  
    •     5-13 Kusaba-cho, Kumamoto City
    • Architects  
    •     Kazuo Shinohara
    • Building area / Site area
    •     2,230 ㎡ / 6,926 ㎡
    • Structure
    •     steel-frame construction and SRC   construction
    • Construction period
    •     November 1990
  • 5.
    • Known as the glass police station because reflective glass is used over the entire facade, this building has completely changed the public's image of the police.
    • Basically it serves two different functions.
  • 6. Misumi Harbor Ferry Terminal
    • Address 
    • Misumi-machi, Uto-gun
    • Architects 
    •    Shoei Yoh
    • Building area / Site   area 
    • 865 ㎡ / 1,520 ㎡
    • Structure 
    •    reinforced concrete construction
    • Construction period 
    •     February 1990
  • 7.
    • Misumi Harbor Ferry Terminal is a concrete shell structure continuously reinforced, like a conch, by a double-spiral ramp.
    • The cone is 34 meters in diameter and 25 meters in height.
  • 8. Yatsushiro Municipal Museum
    • Address 
    • 12-35 Nishimatsuejo-machi, Yatsushiro City
    • Architects 
    • Toyo Ito
    • Building area / Site area 
    • 1,432 ㎡ / 8,223 ㎡
    • Structure 
    •   reinforced concrete construction steel frame construction
    • Construction period 
    •      March 1991
  • 9.
    • In this project, great care was taken to harmonize the building with its relatively low, humanly-scaled environment.
    • The storage, wrapped in a metallic membrane, floats above the roof. This storage, which serves as a symbol of the museum, is a "Shosoin of the future" .
  • 10. Prefectural Decorative Tumulus Museum
    • Address 
    • 3085 Iwabaru, Kao-machi, Kamoto-gun
    • Architects 
    • Tadao Ando
    • Building area / Site area 
    • 1,448 ㎡ / 6,338 ㎡
    • Structure 
    • steel-framed reinforced concrete construction
    • Construction period 
    • April 1992
  • 11.
    • The site is in the northern part of the prefecture, where the Iwabaru Tumuli are found. That group of ancient tombs includes the Futagozuka Tumulus, considered one of the most beautiful examples of a "keyhole" tumulus in Japan.
  • 12. KUMAMOTO ARTPOLIS E N D

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