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小篠邸 Koshino House by Tadao Ando


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小篠邸 Koshino House by Tadao Ando

  1. 1. KOSHINO HOUSE 小 篠 邸 A S H I Y A , H Y O G O , J A P A N b y T A D A O A N D O
  2. 2. “I don’t believe architecture has to speak too much. It should remain silent and let nature in the guise of sunlight and wind.” -TADAO ANDO-
  3. 3. TADAO ANDO 安藤忠雄 Borned on 13th Sept 1941, Osaka, Japan. A self-taught architect. Also a university professor, truck driver, professional boxer & local carpenter. Established his own design studio, TADAO ANDO ARCHITECTS AND ASSOCIATES (安藤忠雄建築研究所), in 1969. Winner of many prestigious architectural awards.
  4. 4. ARCHI- TECT OF LIGHT Trap & hold light as a tangible substance
  5. 5. Church of the Light Ibaraki, Japan
  6. 6. Smooth-as-silk concrete Texture building with concrete formwork Firm, tranquil & mysterious structures M A T E R I A L I T Y
  7. 7. Azuma House a.k.a. Row House in Sumiyoshi Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Japan.
  8. 8. I N S PIRA TION • Concentrate on the concept of simplicity and focus on the inner feelings rather than appearance. • Most buildings constructed with concrete, give a sense of cleanliness and nothingness. • Japanese sense of materiality, junction and spatial narrative through the pared aesthetics of international modernism. • Although he rejects the cultural fads, but he incorporate the materialism of modern society into his architecture. Inspired by Japanese culture and its relationship with nature. ZEN PHILOSOPHIES 禅 JAPANESE CULTURE MODERN REGIONALISM
  9. 9. PHILOSOPHY Simple geometrical shapes show richness in spatial articulation. It shared the tranquillity and accuracy that characterize the traditional Japanese architecture. ► Harmony and close contact to the nature. Believes in making vast connections between interior and exterior architecture His creativity in using the natural light and following the natural forms were projected in his works. His works are mostly characterized by complex 3D circulation paths which those paths are weaved between the interior and exterior spaces formed large scale geometrical shapes and spaces between them. Ando used unfinished reinforced concrete structures which was newly developed architecture.
  10. 10. Nothingness & empty space Clean lines and sheer simplicity Simple geometric forms Arrange masses and voids Firm, tranquil & mysterious structures Smooth-as-silk concrete Create spaces using walls Complex & rich spaces Texture building with concrete formwork Phenomenal articulation of spaces Perfect proportion Trap & hold light as a tangible substance ARCHITECTURAL STYLE Complex 3D circulation paths weaving between interior & exterior spaces TADAO ANDO
  11. 11. KOSHINO HOUSET A D A O A N D O 小篠邸
  12. 12. Client: Hiroko Koshin Location: Rokko Mountain, Ashiya City, East of Kobe, Japan First Phase: Two Parallel Cuboic (1980-1981) Second Phase: Studio extension added (1983-1984) I N T R O
  13. 13. North Building SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  14. 14. North Building  2 Storey  Double Height Living Room  Kitchen / Dining Room  Master Bedroom SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  15. 15. South Buillding SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  16. 16.  Multiple similar size bedrooms  Bathroom  Lobby South Building SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  17. 17. Tatami Room South Building SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  18. 18. Connection tunnel between two volumes found underneath the exterior stairs in the courtyard. SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  20. 20. SPATIAL ORGANIZATIONAtelier Studio Studio Bathroom
  21. 21. M A T E R I A L The hallmark material of Tadao Ando. At Koshino House he used concrete slabs with corrugated surfaces, where the holes from the formwork anchors are still visible. The wave-like structure gives the material a three-dimensional effect, especially when awash with daylight. The dimensions of the slabs were specified to match those of a tatami mat - a traditional Japanese sleeping mat. These are made of rice straw and are the perfect size for a sleeping person. They are often used in Japanese architecture as a type of Modulor, or scale of proportions, and Ando is also clearly influenced by this idea. Indeed, not only the concrete slabs, but the entire basic grid of the house takes design cues from these iconic mats. Concrete
  22. 22. Widely used to make large glass windows throughout the house. The reason for using this material is giving way to large quantities of light and offer a view of the garden. Glass M A T E R I A L
  23. 23. D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S Brutalism
  24. 24. Asymmetry Non-separated Alignment D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S
  25. 25. Circulation D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S
  26. 26. Unit to Harmony D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S
  27. 27. Repetition D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S
  28. 28. Blending D E S I G N P R I N C I P L E S
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