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a+u 2016:02
 
Feature:
Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing
Collection 2
 
Essay: The discovery of built essence as the real act of invention 
Wilfried Wang
 
Villa Edstrand 
1. Preliminary Designs 
Version 1 
Version 2 
Version 3 
Version 4 
Version 5 
Version 6 
Version 7 
Version 8: 9 September 1935 
Version 9 
Version 10: 13 June 1936 
2. Final Design 
 
Villa Edstrand Extension 
Variation 1: 15 October 1961 
Variation 2: 30 November 1961 
Variation 3: 12 December 1961 
Variation 4: 8 April 1962 126
Variation 5: 20 September 1962 
 
Essay: The Persian wall 
Johan Mårtelius
 
St. Petri Church 
Final Design 
Parish hall, parish offices, council chamber, catechism rooms 
Structure 
Lightwells, light fittings 
Floor pattern schema for nave 
Baptismal font, acoustic chamber, water spout, frame for shell 
Brick details, floor details 
Door and window frames 
Typography 
Seats, benches 
 
Spotlight: Public Library of Constitución
Sebastian Irarrázaval

Contents

Contents

SHINKENCHIKU 2016:02 Special Issue
BEYOND BOUNDARIES
 
 
004 STATEMENT
 
008 ARTICLE | Beyond Boundaries – Designing Machi with Diversity and Coherency  Jun Mitsui
 
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Chapter 1 Place Making
024 Machi in harmony with nature
028 Machi that reflect their identities
034 Machi that integrate with their historical contexts
040 Landscapes etched into people's memories
042 COLUMN | Designing "landscape clusters" and individual buildings
044 New landscapes for city life
046 Creating community with streets and plazas
058 Façades that adorn Machi
062 Inheriting the legacy of Machi
064 Machi teeming with energy
074 COLUMN | The secret to creating alluring Machi lies in designing the link
between outdoor spaces and architecture
076 Machi for traveler hospitality
080 Shikake that draw the bustle of Machi into buildings
086 Like scenes from a painting
088 Spaces that give shape to thoughts
092 COLUMN | Creating spaces that appeal to the five senses through modest Shikake
 
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Chapter 2 Origins of the Design
096 DIALOGUE | Inheriting an architectural philosophy  Cesar Pelli × Jun Mitsui
110 DIALOGUE | Learning and Teaching Architecture  Koichi Yasuda × Jun Mitsui
 
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Chapter 3 Design Approach
118 The Architect's Changing Role: Specialization, Compartmentalization, a Broader Domain
122 The Project Services that JMA/PCPAJ Provide
124 Designing Machi / Creating Machi based architecture design
134 Master Plan Based Urban Design
146 The Architect's Design Bible: the Design Development Document
150 The Art of Collaborative Creation: Communication, Presentation, Collaboration
158 CLIENT VOICE | Reaching Our Goals through the Power of Design
Julia Chang (Continental Development Corporation)
 
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Chapter 4 Work
STAFF TALK | Creating architectural designs for JMA/PCPAJ
164 Airport
168 Office
172 Commercial
174 Regional Public Facility
178 Educational Facility
180 Museum
182 Residential
186 Omotenashi Space
188 Overseas project
 
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Chapter 5 Future
192 DIALOGUE |The Role of the Architects in the World and in Japan Fred W. Clarke × Jun Mitsui
198 DIALOGUE | A new cityscape: the intersection of public, private, and educational spheres
Atsushi Deguchi × Jun Mitsui
202 DISCUSSION | Cabinet of Ideas for Expressing Values
Young Architects × Jun Mitsui
 
208 Project index
214 Credits
 
221 Collaboration with Corporations
 

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JUTAKUTOKUSHU 2016:01
 
17 Projects
 
10 Works:
 
Hut and Tower House
onishimaki+hyakudayuki architects / o+h
 
House in Yokohama
Go Hasegawa and Associates
 
House in Oasa
Jun Igarashi
 
House in Araiyakushi
Masahiro Harada + MAO/MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO
 
House in Hokusetsu
YO SHIMADA
 
Tennis Club
KEN YOKOGAWA ARCHITECT&ASSOCIATES INC
 
Kibougaoka Project
Kazuhiko Namba+Kenichi Shimakage+Sachiko Yagi+Tomoyoshi Urabe+Sei Haganuma/Takashi Nameda
 
House for Sound
Tatsuo Kawanishi
 
Yamate-cho house
Yashima Architect and Associates
 
torimichi
naoto mitsumoto+naoko hamana/mihadesign

 

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SHINKENCHIKU 2016:01
 
ARTICLE: The Naoshima Plan
HIROSHI SAMBUICHI
 
WORKS:
NAOSHIMA HALL+HOUSE IN NAOSHIMA - MATABE -
SAMBUICHI ARCHITECTS
 
construction site: ESTONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE / ARCHITECTS
 
ParkAxisPREMIER MINAMI AOYAMA
NIKKEN ACTIVITY DESIGN lab+SUMITOMO MITSUI CONSTRUCTION
 
DESIGN MANAGEMENT FOR TOKYO METRO GINZA LINE+POST 2020 GRAND DESIGN
NIKKEN ACTIVITY DESIGN lab
 
HOUSE M
RYUJI NAKAMURA & ASSOCIATES
 
OKOMEYA
SCHEMATA ARCHITECTS
 
HAGISO / HANARE ( MARUKOSHI - SO )
MITSUYOSHI MIYAZAKI / HAGI STUDIO
 
BOOK AND BED TOKYO
SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE
 
HOUSES FOR THE PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
NAKA ACHITECTS' STUDIO
 
NURSING HOME IN KAMISHIMA-CHOU
TAKANORI KAGAWA+JUNKO KISHIGAMI/SPACESPACE
 
EXHIBITION at ARTS: MAEBASHI-LIVING LOCALLY- Reconsidering Critical Regionalism
 
MICHI-NO-EKI HOTA SHOGAKKO
N.A.S.A.ARCHITECTS JV
 
ASTRAMLINE SHIN-HAKUSHIMA STATION
KAZUHIRO KOJIMA + KAZUKO AKAMATSU / CAt PACIFIC CONSULTANTS
 
CAPITAGREEN
TOYO ITO & ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS+TAKENAKA CORPORATION+RSP ARCHITECTS PLANNERS & ENGINEERS
 
KOMATSU SEIREN FABRIC LABORATORY FA-BO+SOGOKAGU DESIGN LAB
KENGO KUMA & ASSOCIATES

Contents

 
Feature: Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection 1
 
Essay: Continuity, Search and Research
Four Projects by Sigurd Lewerentz
Wilfried Wang
 
Malmö Eastern Cemetery
 
Competition and Development of Site Layout
 
Landscape Proposals: Memorial Space (Minneslund)
 
St. Brigitta Chapel and Waiting Room
 
Ancillary Buildings
 
Crematorium Chapels
 
St. Knut and St. Gertrud Chapels
 
Clock Tower
 
Flower Shop
 
Essay: Notes on Sigurd Lewerentz
Janne Ahlin
 
Social Security Institute
 
Facade and Plan Development
 
Staircase and Metalwork Details
 
Interior
 
Furniture
 
Essay: The Reception of Lewerentz’s Work
Claes Caldenby
 
 
Spotlight: Leixões Cruise Terminal
Luís Pedro Silva

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JA100 WINTER, 2016
Looking Back the 60years
JA60th Anniversary
 
Comments
Fumihiko Maki Tadao Ando  Itsuko Hasegawa David Stewart Riken Yamamoto Terunobu Fujimori Hiroshi Naito Kengo Kuma Jun Aoki Kazuhiro Kojima Manabu Chiba Taira Nishizawa
 
1956~1960
1961~1970
1971~1980
1981~1990
 
Comments2
David Adjaye Dana Buntrock Felix Claus Jan Dominik Geipel Sean Godsell Neven Mikac Fuchs  Daniel Niggli Cesar Pelli Terence Riley Velonika Valk Simona Ferrari
Fiammetta Pennisi Marco Reggiani Jakob Sellaoui Wu Zhouyan
 
1991
JA1 Special Issue : TADAO ANDO
JA2 1990 ANNUAL
JA3 TOKYO
JA4 HOUSING
 
1992
JA5 1991 ANNUAL
JA6 EMERGING IDIOMS
JA7 Where Are We At ?
JA8 Special Issue:ATSUSHI KITAGAWARA
 
1993
JA9  1992 ANNUAL
JA10 KUMAMOTO ARTPOLIS
JA11 KYOTO OSAKA 
JA12 Special Issue : ARATA ISOZAKI / CONSTRUCTION SITE
 
1994
JA13 1993 ANNUAL
JA14 The WAVE of NEO-MODERN
JA15 Kansai International Airport Passenger Terminal Building
JA16 FUMIHIKO MAKI
 
1995
JA17 1994 ANNUAL 
JA18 KISHO KUROKAWA
JA19 PROGRAMMING
JA20 1995 ANNUAL
 
1996
JA21 YOSHIO TANIGUCHI
JA22 MODERN HOUSES
JA23 SPACE IN DETAIL
JA24 YEARBOOK 1996
 
1997
JA25 SHIN' ICHI OKADA
JA26 HISAO KOHYAMA
JA27 SPACE IN DETAIL II
JA28 YEARBOOK 1997
 
1998
JA29 MODERN HOUSES II
JA30 SHIGERU BAN
JA31 SPACE IN DETAIL III
JA32 YEARBOOK 1998
 
1999
JA33 ANTONIN RAYMOND
JA34 DIMENSIONS of the URBAN HOUSE
JA35 kazuyo sejima 1987-1999
kazuyo sejima + ryue nishizawa 1995 -1999
JA36 YEARBOOK 1999
 
2000
JA37 Framing of the House
JA38 kengo kuma
JA39 PROCESS
JA40 YEARBOOK 2000
 
2001
JA41 toyo ito 2001
JA42 TEMPORARY WORKS-PARTIAL WORKS 
JA43 small
JA44 YEARBOOK 2001
 
2002
JA45 PROJECTIONS-WORKS-IN PROGRESS
JA46 hiroshi naito
JA47 material / scale process of design
JA48 YEARBOOK 2002
 
2003
JA49 collective [housing] 12 projects of collective housing
JA50 OfficeUrbanism
JA51 riken yamamoto 2003
JA52 YEARBOOK 2003
 
2004
JA53 sketch book
JA54 SPACE IN DETAIL IV
JA55 Works of Japanese Architects in China
JA56 YEARBOOK 2004
 
2005
JA57 do_co.mo.mo__ japan: the 100 selections
JA58 SPACE IN DETAIL V ; FOR HOUSES
JA59 JUNZO YOSHIMURA
JA60 YEARBOOK 2005
 
2006
JA61 Kazuhiro Kojima+Kazuko Akamatsu/CAt
JA62 SPACE IN DETAIL VI
JA63 TOKYO 2050 fibercity
JA64 YEARBOOK 2006
 
2007
JA65 PARALLEL NIPPON Contemporary Japanese Architecture 1996 -2006
JA66 Towards a New Architecture-scape 
JA67 Spatial Phantoms
JA68 YEARBOOK 2007
 
2008
JA69 Roof Dynamics
JA70 Phenomenal Resolution Japanese Architects in their 30s
JA71 Research Methodologies
JA72 YEARBOOK 2008
 
2009
JA73 Renovation: Beyond Metabolism
JA74 Windows: Innovative Mediation
JA75 Steel Structure Houses in Detail
JA76 YEARBOOK 2009
 
2010
JA77 Contextual Algorithms
JA78 Redefining Collectivity
JA79 junya ishigami
JA80 YEARBOOK 2010
 
2011
JA81 Hiroshi Sambuichi
JA82 Toward a New Cityscape
JA83 Emergent Spatial Frames
JA84 YEARBOOK 2011/Architects and the Great East Japan Earthquake
 
2012
JA85 House Genealogy, Atelier Bow-Wow ALL 42 Houses
JA86 Next Generation Manifestations of Architects Under 35
JA87 kumiko inui
JA88 YEARBOOK 2012
 
2013
JA89 Wood Architecture in the Expanded Field
JA90 YASUSHI HORIBE
JA91 Models are Real
JA92 WORLD YEARBOOK 2013
 
2014
JA93 KAZUO SHINOHARA
JA94 LEARNING FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD
JA95 IDEA of Emerging Structural Designers
JA96 YEARBOOK 2014
 
2015
JA97 Curving Line & Surface
JA98 Landscape in Japanese Architecture 2015
JA99 Living Space KAZUYO SEJIMA
 
 
Profile
 
Credits
 
Winning Entries of the Central Glass International Architectural
Design Competition 2015
 
Announcement: The Central Glass International Architectural
Design Competition 2016

Contents

SHINKENCHIKU 2015:12
 
ARTICLE: FORM OF THE RELATIONSHIP
SEIGO MATSUOKA x YOSHIHARU TSUKAMOTO x MOMOYO KAIJIMA/ATELIER BOW-WOW
 
WORKS:
NAKAMURA KEITH HARING COLLECTION, HOTEL KEYFOREST HOKUTO, VILLA KEYFOREST
ATSUSHI KITAGAWARA ARCHITECTS
 
SUITA CITY FOOTBALL STADIUM
TAKENAKA CORPORATION
 
TAISHI TOWN HALL “TAISHI NO WA”
AKIRA SAKAMOTO ARCHITECT & ASSOCIATES CASA
 
CANAL SWIMMER'S CLUB
ATELIER BOW-WOW + Dertien12
 
MUJI BOOKS YURAKUCHO
ATELIER BOW-WOW
 
HOUSE AT NIHONBASHI - MUROMACHI
JIROH MUROFUSHI + KOJI NAKAI / STUDIO ARTEC
 
NEW ENTRANCE OF THE VAN GOGH MUSEUM
KISHO KUROKAWA ARCHITECT & ASSOCIATES, HANS VAN HEESWIJK ARCHITECTS
 
FARM STAND IN HIGASHIMATSUYAMA
KANENOBU BABA + MITSUAKI EIZUMI + TADASHI KANAI
 
HOSHINOYA FUJI
AZUMA ARCHITECT & ASSOCIATES+STUDIO ON SITE
 
OYAMA CABLE
NORIAKI OKABE ARCHITECTURE NETWORK
 
SHIN-YAMAGUCHI STATION NORTH-SOUTH FREE PASSAG
PLANTS ASSOCIATES, TERMINAL PARK DEVELOPMENT, YAMAGUCHI CITY, WEST JAPAN RAILWAY COMPANY, JR WEST JAPAN CONSULTANTS COMPANY, PATRICK BLANC
 
SHIN-YAMAGUCHI STATION
PLANTS ASSOCIATES
 
TOYOSU CIVIC CENTER
NIKKEN SEKKEI/SHUNICHI SUGIYAMA+AKIRA KOHNO+ATSUHIKO AMAKASU
 
TOYOSU 2-CHOME PROJECT
MITSUI FUDOSAN+KOTO-KU
 
MEIDI-YA KYOBASHI BUILDING KYOBASHI 2-CHOME WEST URBAN REDEVEROPMENT (THE HISTORICAL BUILDING) RESTORATION
U.A ARCHITECT ・SHIMIZU CORPORATION
 
KYOBASHI 2-CHOME WEST URBAN REDEVEROPMENT
KYOBASHI 2-CHOME WEST URBAN REDEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
 
ANRITSU GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS
TAKENAKA CORPORATION
 
CANON KAWASAKI HEADQUARTERS BUILDING
OBAYASHI CORPORATION ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
 
NAGAHAMA CITY HALL
NIHON SEKKEI
 
ENEMANE HOUSE 2015

Contents

a+u 2015:12
 
Feature:
Expressions of Landscape – Kathryn Gustafson
 
Essay: Figural Terrain
Toshiko Mori
 
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain
 
Arthur Ross Terrace
 
Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian American Art
Museum and National Portrait Gallery
 
Place des Droits de l’Homme
 
South Coast Plaza Pedestrian Garden Terrace and Pedestrian Bridge
 
Unified Ground: Union Square – National Mall Competition
 
Morbras – Meeting Point
 
Venice Biennale – Towards Paradise
 
Shell Petroleum Headquarters
 
Les Jardins de l’Imaginaire
 
Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek
 
The National Botanic Garden of Wales / Interior Spaces of the Great
Glass House
 
Lazy Lane Residence
 
Furniture: Charlie Table, Maggie Bench, and Urban Edge series
 
EDF Pylons
 
Essay Series:
Architecture: Biological Form and Artificial Intelligence Part 4
Nikos A. Salingaros, Kenneth G. Masden II
 
Spotlight: Newport Street Gallery
Caruso St John Architects

Contents

a+u November 2015 Special Issue
House of the Future
 
4     Preface: Loosing Sight of the House
 
7     Chapter1: Introduction
       A Domestic Future
       The Future Woven into Everyday Life  8
       Domesticity  19
 
33    Chapter 2: Transforming The Domesticity 
 
    1906–1939: Industrialized Domesticity  38
    Industrialized Homesteading  40
    The Modernist Core  46
    The Mobile Home  50
 
    1945–1972: Consuming Domesticity  56
    Hyper-Consumption  58
    Bubbles and Artificial Environments  72
 
    1968–1996: Dispersing Domesticity  86
    Ecology and the Environment  88
    Domesticating the Digital: 
    Smart Homes, Home Computers, Cell Phones  100
    Lifestyle: Branded Domesticity  110
 
    Concluding the 20th Century: Network Domesticity  118
 
123  Chapter 3: The Future is the Expansion of Domesticity
    The New Domesticity  124
    Experience  124
    Access  130
    Connection  130
    Management  134
 
141  Conclusion: The Present of the Futue
 
146  List of References & Credits
 
 

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