Contents

 

JA 89 SPRING, 2013
Wood Architecture in the Expanded Field
 
Essay
 
4 The Versatility of Timber
David Adjaye
 
6 The Challenge of Wood Architecture
Pekka Heikkinen 
 
24 Interlocking Wood Joinery —From Small Buildings to Large
Kengo Kuma
 
32 What the Japanese Can Learn from Europe’s Timber Construction Technology
Shigeru Ban
 
108 Why Build “Core House” Using the Itakura Method?
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto
Momoyo Kaijima
 
126Profile
 
 
23 Works
 
10 Sunny Hills Japan
Kengo Kuma and Associates 
 
16 Cidori
Kengo Kuma and Associates
 
18 United Nations University Wisdom Tea House
Kengo Kuma and Associates
 
20 Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifutenmangu Omotesando
Kengo Kuma and Associates
 
26 Tamedia New Office Building
Shigeru Ban Architects Europe
 
33 S Residence
Shigeru Ban Architects
 
36 Shore House
Mount Fuji Architects Studio
 
42 Mother’s House
Mount Fuji Architects Studio
 
48 Sayama Lakeside Cemetery Park Community Hall
Hiroshi Nakamura
 
54 Sayama Lakeside Cemetery Park Chapel
Hiroshi Nakamura
 
58 Geometric Forest/Solo House Project
Sou Fujimoto Architects
 
64 Summer House
Jun Igarashi
 
70 Corridor Project
Jun Igarashi
 
72 Space Lab, The University of Tokyo
Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates
 
78 Onigiri House
NKS architects
 
84 Wooden Block House
Tadashi Yoshimura Architects
 
90 Shelf-pod
Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio
 
96 BMW-Guggenheim Lab
Atelier Bow-Wow
 
102 Minimum House for Local Revitalization in Oshika Peninsula
Core House Working Group in Archi-Aid Peninsula supporting Seminar
 
110 Hoshinoya Okinawa
Azuma Architect&Associates/Rie Azuma 
Studio on Site
 
116 Passage in Imabari port
Taira Nishizawa Architects
 
120 Mido-suji Rooftop Woodification Project
Takenaka Corporation
 
122 Shimouma Apartment
KUS