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The World as Flux, Japanese Spatiality : balancing the landscape

Otros Autores: Giannotti, Andrea.
Otros Autores: FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects; Go Hasegawa & Associates; Suppose Design Office; TSC Architects; UID Architects.
Descripción: 43 p.
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Resumen: In Japanese culture there is a strong sense of belonging to a collective community, where everyone has a role in public life beyond the private life. The building of the outside space is therefore the way the singular or particular expression confronts and fits in with the collective field. Especially in the secondary cities, as well as in the large metropolis suburbs, there is a huge amount of private houses, predominant compared to the collective residential buildings or towers. They are the single elements of the community's identity. Considering some examples of recently built houses in various Japanese cities and natural environments, we go through the different approaches about the introduction of the single house in the collective field, as a constructive element of the common space. The Japanese landscape is the result of assembling the units on the canvas of the existing context, both urban and natural; the outside space is the space of relations of the single units, and the subject of this essay is their spatial implications
En: C3 No. 326 (oct. 2011) ; p. 32-75

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In Japanese culture there is a strong sense of belonging to a collective community, where everyone has a role in public life beyond the private life. The building of the outside space is therefore the way the singular or particular expression confronts and fits in with the collective field. Especially in the secondary cities, as well as in the large metropolis suburbs, there is a huge amount of private houses, predominant compared to the collective residential buildings or towers. They are the single elements of the community's identity. Considering some examples of recently built houses in various Japanese cities and natural environments, we go through the different approaches about the introduction of the single house in the collective field, as a constructive element of the common space. The Japanese landscape is the result of assembling the units on the canvas of the existing context, both urban and natural; the outside space is the space of relations of the single units, and the subject of this essay is their spatial implications

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