Anju, Tokyo

设计: kooo architects
业主: CULEN Inc 面积: 21.00 M² 完工年份: 2018
参赛类别: 创新奖

关于项目

Kooo architects created an installation dome called `An ju`, collaborating with the artist Mr Katori Shingo at the art gallery in Tokyo. They looked at the climate for constructing architecture in Japan, and decided to raise social awareness of the destructive power of earthquakes. Using approximately 336 disaster hoods to create a 5.3m diameter, 3.1m height semicircle spherical lightweight dome by connecting them together by a zipper. Their design embodies the color and texture of the artist's pictures range while reminding the public of the prevalence of natural disasters.

项目亮点

One by one small, weak and gentle objects gathered and linked together to become a strong space.
Nowadays, those chunky buildings in the world always bring us sense of heaviness and it cannot be changed easily once built.
People’s lifestyle change day by day. However, there is no any flexibility for the container that supports human’s living.
What if the future buildings’ size and shape could be changed and built by people
themselves according to their situation? It can allow people to adapt. The component of An ju uses small and soft materials instead of heavy and large materials. Building architecture through the use of light materials to carefully protect people from the outside environment like a cloth gently wraps a human.
The idea of An ju is coming from headscarf "soft cloth guarding". It is not a material which is as hard as brick, it is transmutative. It shaped the headscarf into layers of beautiful and regular form by using soft and flexible materials, and each layer of headscarf is changed regularly.
By putting artist Mr Katori Shingo's paintings into this hood, the interior space becomes a space which is enveloped by the artist's worldview. Its appearance, wearing a unique color, is architectural and innovative solid art.

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