04.fuji-kindergarden

January 13, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Architecture
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FUJI-KINDERGARDEN LEE SO-HEE

architect ?

Takaharu + Yui Tezuka

TAKAHARU TEZUKA 1964 Born in Tokyo 1987 B.Arch.,Musashi Institute of Technology 1990 M.Arch.,University of Pennsylvania 1990-1994 Richard Rogers Partnership Ltd. 1994 Establish,Tezuka Architects 1 996-2003 Assistant Professor, Musashi Institute of Technology 2005, 06 Visiting Professor, Salzburg Summer Academy 2006 Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley 2009- Professor, Tokyo City University

YUI TEZUKA 1969 Born in Kanagawa 1992 B.Arch.,Musashi Institute of Technology 1992-1993 The Bartlett School of Architecture,University College of London 1994 Establish,Tezuka Architects 1999- Visiting Faculty,TOYO University 2001- Visiting Faculty,TOKAI University 2006 Visiting Professor, Salzburg Summer Academy 2006 Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley

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Human-friendly style Wind, sun, the change of seasons in the space Harmony with the surrounding The floor can move freely The circulation of fresh air Lightning of the sun

Construction ? • Fuji Kindergarten AWARDS 2007 Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry,Interaction Design Prize(Fuji Kindergarten) Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry,Kids Design Gold Prize(Fuji Kindergarten) Association for Children's Enviroment,ACE Award Design Category(Fuji Kindergarten) Design for Asia Grand Award(Fuji Kindergarten) AR Award 2007 Highly Commended, the Architectural Review (Fuji Kindergarten) 2008 Architectural Institution of Japan Prize(Fuji Kindergarten) 2009 The Japan Institute of Architects Prize, the Japan Institute of Architects (Fuji Kindergarten) The Architecture Award, Asia Pacific Property Awards 2009 (Fuji Kindergarten)

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A large oval building of about 183m outer circumference, and about 108m inner circumference. Three existing zelkova trees (two of 25m and one of 15m) pass through the architecture. This is a kindergarten for 560 children. All the architectural spaces are at the scale of a child. It is a one-storey building, with the ceiling heights restricted to 2100mm. There is hence an extremely close relationship between the floor level and the rooftop level. The childcare rooms contain – and are gently divided from each other by – furniture of a size and weight that a child can carry. As shelves for storing teaching equipment, the furniture sometimes also becomes big building blocks. Never-ending chases sometimes occur on the endless oval roof. The three large zelkova trees that pass through the roof are splendid climbing points. Wherever you are, the entire garden can be viewed. The spaces extend with nothing being excluded. Our scheme is the "end of an era". Here is a treasure house of the "joy" that we have abandoned in modern times. Modern conveniences have deprived children of sensation. What we want to teach through this building is "common sense". These are the values of human society that do not change, even across the eras. We want the children raised here to grow into people who do not exclude anything or anyone. Even though decades may pass, this kindergarten will still be full of the smiles of children energetically running around. We want it to be the same as it is now.

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Location: Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan Site area: 4791.69 m2 Foot print area: 1699.10 m2 Total floor space: 1094.83 m2 Ceilinng heights (varies): 2.172 m Total heights: 2.78 5m Floors: 1 LEVEL Master planning: Feb 2005-March 2006 Phase 1 construction (50%): March 2006 - Sep2006 Phase 2 construction (100%): July 2006 - Jan 2007 Owner: Montesoli School Fuji Kindergarten Creative Director: Kashiwa Sato Architect: Takaharu+Yui TEZUKA Building Construction: Takaharu+Yui TEZUKA / TAKAHARU+YUI TEZUKA ARCHITECTS

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ground plan

Roof plan

Section

Section sketch

Photo !

Bird's-eye view

Plan photo

Building Elevation Photo

The roof at night photo

Playground

Inside

Inside Garden

Funiture

Roof play ground

Roof garden

Window outside view

Window inside view

Video ! • http://www.detail.de/Plus/Filme/En/200803tezuka/tezuka?affiliate=AF0346&utm_sour ce=DETAILnews_en&utm_medium=eMail& utm_campaign=news2008-02 • http://monocle.com/sections/design/63/Fuj i-Kindergarten

Reference data • http://www.tezuka-arch.com/english/index.html • http://www.noticiasarquitectura.info/especiales/fujikindergarten.htm • http://rjscnr77.blog.me/80055211030 • http://jinsub0707.blog.me/140082067072 • http://www.detail.de/Plus/Filme/En/2008-03tezuka/tezuka?affiliate=AF0346&utm_source=DETAILnews_en&ut m_medium=eMail&utm_campaign=news2008-02 • http://blog.naver.com/ohch76?Redirect=Log&logNo=1000527017 81 • http://www.0300tv.com/2009/07/tezuka-architects-fujikindergarten/ • http://monocle.com/sections/design/63/Fuji-Kindergarten/

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