MAISON KOSHINO PDF

The forms are partially buried into the sloping ground of a national park and become a compositional addition to the landscape. Placed carefully as to not disrupt the pre-existing trees on the site, the structure responds to the adjacent ecosystem while the concrete forms address a more general nature through a playful manipulation of light. More about the Koshino House after the break. Save this picture!

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The forms are partially buried into the sloping ground of a national park and become a compositional addition to the landscape. Placed carefully as to not disrupt the pre-existing trees on the site, the structure responds to the adjacent ecosystem while the concrete forms address a more general nature through a playful manipulation of light. More about the Koshino House after the break. Save this picture!

Connecting the two spaces is a below grade tunnel that lies beneath the exterior stairs of the courtyard. This space reveals a courtyard that drapes over and contours to the natural topography. This self-governing space represents the fold of nature that has been bound by the conditioned structures and become synthetic. The patterns provide the only amount of ornament to the simple rooms. Other slots are cut from various planes of the two modules to produce the same effect of complexity throughout the entire house.

Elevation Four years after the original construction, Ando designed a new addition to the compound. Placed to the north of the existing structures, the new cave-like space rests within the upward sloping piece of land. The study features a bold curve in contradiction to the rectilinear organization, initiating a completely new rhythm. A patch of grass weaves its way between the concrete structures, while the curved wall extends from the building to define the exterior space. Similar to the other boxes, a slice of the ceiling plane along the curved wall is removed to add that bit of complexity and ornamentation to the interior; however, the curved patterns of light greatly differ from the linear patterns in the former building.

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MAISON KOSHINO PDF

Like Barragan, the architect seeks to reconcile the tenets of international modernism with tradition and landscape, in this case, Japanese. So, The House Koshin is an example of contemporary architecture built in two parallel wings that barely interrupt the landscape. Situation Koshin The house is located in Ashiya, a small town located between Osaka and Kobe two major urban centers in Japan. It is built in a residential area, suburban, in the hills of the city. Located on a mountainside densely wooded, the House Koshin is embedded in the ground, irregular shape contrasts strongly with the sharpness of the geometric shapes of the building. The effect is achieved through a strong slope, is that the visitor comes from above and before entering can see their feet the roof of the house. Concept The house is organized into two parallel bodies, joined by an underground passage which define a central courtyard.

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