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SHOTENKENCHIKU /October , 2020 | 2020 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

October 2020, SUMMARY

SHOTENKENCHIKU is monthly magazine of Japanese interior design / store design / commercial architecture


 


NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

WATERS takeshiba

(Page 48)



Preserving a theater in existing complex building, this remodeling
projects in Tokyo waterfront area includes a luxury hotel mesm
Tokyo, Autograph Collection and office and commercial part atré
Takeshiba. An environmental concept is “layered terrace or
modern garden architecture”. As the project commands nice
views of Hamarikyu landscape garden and skyscrapers in
Shiodome business area, it was designed to merge images of “Edo
Period and modern Tokyo”. Open terrace of each building, as
buffer zone between outdoor and indoor, intermediately connects
each function and outdoor place. The shops face waters, the hotel
commands wonderful views, and outer working space brighten
the people. Also, there is an event space integrated with the
architecture. Each will be expected to be a device to produce a
new program that are not bound by the stereotypes.
Designer : JR East Design Corporation

 

NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

NISSAN PAVILION

(Page 68)



Located in Minato-mirai area, Yokohama, NISSAN PAVILION is
an entertaining facility for people to experience mobility of the
future. Focusing not on motorcar but on society and environment
for car mobility, the pavilion exhibits the future town, utilizing the
10,000 square meter site. Consisted of the soft skin-like films
with new brand logo, the facility is circular and electric cars run in
there. Entering the front facade, you will see a footpath with
bamboo forest which leads you to seven-meter-high digital
theater. They were designed upon Nissan’s design theme “Tradition
and Innovation”. This pavilion is also sending messages on
innovation and creation of the company philosophy from
Yokohama, which is the birthplace of Nissan.
Designer : Nissan Motor

 

NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

THE RESTAURANT / EAT PLAY WORKS

(Page 79)



Mixing lifestyle shops and working space, EAT PLAY WORKS,
six-story building, opened in Hiroo, Tokyo. THE RESTAURANT in
there, composed of seventeen restaurants, occupies the first and
the second floor, which is called “high-end alley”. Young and
talented chefs serve splendid dishes in there. MEMBER'S
LOUNGE, the third and fourth floor, is membership co-working
space, where various types of tables and chairs are available for
working, chatting, and meditating. Some areas of the building
were designed upon theme of music and sports and some are
minimalism style interiors with antique furniture. Rooms to
concentrate, terraces to have breaks, places to enjoy the bustle,
there are various areas in this building. Creative and enjoyable
environment is here.
Designer : Jamo Associates

 

SPECIAL FEATURE 1

THINK ABOUT THE WORLD WITH /

AFTER COVID-19.  Vol.4

(Page 94)


COVID-19 has chanded our business customs. We now avoid
direct contact when we pay at the registers, and consider
measures against outbreaks, and ways of take-outing.
Conventional business operations are forced to be reorganized.
Shops and restaurants are doing the best to control hygiene, and
behavioral psychology of consumers are changing. How designers
can create new value experience for this tough situation with new
design approach and technique? Here are some of presentations
to this age of COVID-19 from designers, and their idea sketches
and rendering would give us intriguing hints.

 

SPECIAL FEATURE 2
GREEN

Tamagawa Takashimaya S・C Main Building

GRAND PATIO

(Page 117)



You will be surprised to see lovely lighting installations when you
enter the GRAND PATIO, the ground floor of Tamagawa
Takashimaya S・C. The lighting fixtures are like sets of big
necklaces and pendants. Bookshelves cover the lower parts of
the columns and they make backdrop of the art works with their
favorite books and tools exhibited. 365 NICHI TO COFFEE is a
cafe on the second floor and there are also bookshelves that
contains a hundred books on bread and coffee. Futako-tamagawa,
the project location, was once a resort in the suburb of Tokyo and
this interior environment represents Todoroki-keikoku ravine(which
is near Futako-tamagawa) with the use of many park-like planters.
Designer : YUKO NAGAYAMA & ASSOCIATES
 
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 2
GREEN

(THISIS)SHIZEN

(Page 122)



(THISIS)SHIZEN opened in ShinPuhKan, a commercial complex in
Kyoto and it is a green dealer that works for green design. Under a
theme “ nature, craft, and art”, the interior is composed of two
areas: gardener’s shop and the tea house. They, based on natural
farming, mostly deal Japanese native species, vessels, sweets,
teas, and art pieces. The interior design was created by a designer
team Sandwich led by Kohei Nawa, famous sculptor. The space is
composed of skeleton walls and ceiling. Stainless steel fixtures are
on the mortar floor, making striking harmony of organic and
inorganic matter. In the center of the floor, 5.8-meter-high grayish
blue art column “Seed” towers.
Designer : Sandwich
 
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 3
NUANCE COLOR DESIGN

CHARME

(Page 167)



Within only 49.5 square meter, a designer was asked to make a
waiting room and three separate rooms, and he smartly
accomplished the project under such tough conditions. Glass
partitions and a continuous wall give here intimacy and visual
illusion of depth. Feminine color of salmon pink for the interior
materials appeals to customers and make them look much elegant.
Metal, wood, fabric, glass, and other materials in hued layers of
the same color scheme create comfortable rhythm. Pink terrazzo
wall was built after a long preparation period of collaboration of
the designer and craftsmen. Curved doors of private rooms,
represented as salon’s logo also, open to an extraordinary world
for customers to see new themselves.
Designer / BLURRY
 
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 3
NUANCE COLOR DESIGN

VOGUE Wedding Salon

(Page 182)



Fashion magazine VOGUE produced a wedding dress salon for
the first time in the world. The showroom on the first floor has the
motif of the semi-circular space ‘apse’ found in the traditional
churches.When you go further inside, you find pale pink nice
fitting room. On the second floor, there is a hall with the classical
wood-walls leads to a fitting room with soft natural light. Both the
first and the second floor were designed symmetrically to cater to
uplifted sequences for wedding ceremony. The VOGUE
philosophy that has driven the leading edge of the mode will be
dropped in the space, and it will be a place for the couple to raise
expectations for the more special day.
Designer : YUKO NAGAYAMA & ASSOCIATES
 

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