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包裹在错综复杂的木格条中SunnyHills蛋糕房/Kengo Kuma隈研吾第1张图片

       该项目是一个由细窄木条搭建而成的三维结构架,错综复杂相互交织在一起,像一大团云雾环绕在这家凤梨酥专卖店的外部。这家蛋糕店坐落于东京,由日本建筑师隈研吾设计而成。
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       隈研吾事务所受蛋糕品牌SunnyHills的委托进行其一家店铺的设计工作,店方要求设计理念能够反映出该公司精心打造的商标——菠萝蛋糕,因此设计师以精巧的竹篮为模型,构想出了设计形态。
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       5000多米的木条组成了精确的三维格子,分别缠绕在这栋三层建筑外部的墙壁和天花板上,其中有些搭建的木条较短,这样使得建筑看起来更富有层次,降低了整体的线性感。
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    “我们的目标是在喧嚣忙碌的的都市中打造一片宁静的森林”,隈研吾说,“我们研究了森林中光线是如何在一日内变化的,随之想到了类似篮子的外形设计。”
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       这些细窄的木条分别按照30度、60度的结构组建,呈现出了大量的钻石形凹槽,并由日本当地的工匠进行组装。
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    “我认为不使用胶水和钉子去联接木料是日本建筑师的精髓和本质所在,”隈研吾补充到,这幢SunnyHills的建筑特点就是木板的角度与传统的90度直角不同,我们尝试去用30度和60度角去连结一根根的木板。”
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    “通过设计结合这些多元的角度,我们能够在外形和框架上营造出森林的感觉。”他补充到。
一角的开放区通道大约占据了这栋建筑较低的两层,游客借此引导进入店内,两层之间的路线由混搭在一起大小不一的楼梯相连接,楼梯两侧则布满了刚发芽的绿叶。
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       一层铺设的是软木地板,建筑师还在一楼增添了一间厨房,软木地板一直延续到上层的地面,包括会议室和员工办公室的地面。
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以下是来自K建筑事务对该项目的介绍。
SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama

       该商店是一家凤梨酥(在台湾广受欢迎的甜品)专卖店,其店面建筑外形类似于一个竹篮。基于JIGOKU-GUM连接体系建造而成,这是一种应用于日本木质建筑的传统建造方法(常见于障子,即同等宽度的建材料垂直交错,彼此缠绕而搭建成门中梃网格)。通常是两块材料相互交错成二维结构,但在这家店面的设计中,建筑师用30度角的构造将材料彼此结合在一起形成三维结构(或者是立体的结构),这样建筑物结构整体看起来仿佛是一团云雾。 此创意要求每一块木板的大小都需缩减到60mm X 60mm.
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       由于这栋建筑坐落于青山市内居民区的中部,我们想在它身上增添一些柔和微妙的氛围,使得能够与混凝土建筑截然不同,我们期待那里的街道和这栋建筑能够产生美好的化学反应。

项目信息:
建筑设计:Kengo Kuma & Associates
结构设计:Jun Sato Structural Engineering
建筑设备:Kankyo Engineering
建造:Satohide Corporation
地块位置:日本,东京,Minami Aoyama 3-10-20 Minato-ku
占地面积:175.69 sqm
建筑基底面积:102.36 sqm
总建筑面积:293.00 sqm
楼层编号:BF1, 1F, 2F, RF
结构体系:钢筋混凝土,部分木材
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SunnyHills cake shop by Kengo Kuma encased within intricate timber lattice

An intricate three-dimensional lattice of narrow timber slats forms a cloud-like mass around the exterior of this pineapple cake shop in Tokyoby Japanese architect Kengo Kuma (+ slideshow).
Kengo Kuma and Associates was asked by cake brand SunnyHills to come up with a shop design that mirrors the careful preparation of the company's trademark pineapple cakes, so the architects developed a volume modelled on a well-crafted bamboo basket.
Over 5000 metres of wooden strips were used to construct the precise 3D grid that wraps around around the outer walls and ceiling of the three-storey building. Some pieces were cut shorter than others, revealing multiple layers and reducing the overall linearity.
"Our aim was to create a forest in the busy city centre," said Kengo Kuma. "We studied how lighting states would change in a day in the woods, and came up with a shape like a basket."
The narrow slats are arranged at angles of 30 and 60 degrees, creating hundreds of diamond-shaped hollows, and were assembled by local Japanese craftsman.
"I consider that wood joints without glues or nails are the essence of Japanese architecture," added Kuma. "What is characteristic about SunnyHills is the angle of the lattice; unlike the conventional 90 degrees, we tried 30 degrees and 60 degrees to combine the pieces.
"By designing with these varied angles, we were able to achieve a shape and a frame that evokes a forest," he added.
An opening at one corner leads visitor into the shop, which occupies the two lower floors of the building. An assortment of differently sized staircase treads form a route between the two floors and are flanked by sprouting foliage.
Cork tiles provide flooring on the first floor, where the architects have also added a kitchen. The cork surface continues up to the level above, which houses a meeting room and staff office.

Here's a project description from Kengo Kuma and Associates:
SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama
This shop, specialised in selling pineapple cake (popular sweet in Taiwan), is in the shape of a bamboo basket. It is built on a joint system called "Jiigoku-Gumi", traditional method used in Japanese wooden architecture (often observed in Shoji: vertical and cross pieces in the same width are entwined in each other to form a muntin grid). Normally the two pieces intersect in two dimensions, but here they are combined in 30 degrees in 3 dimensions (or in cubic), which came into a structure like a cloud. With this idea, the section size of each wood piece was reduced to as thin as 60mm×60mm.
As the building is located in middle of the residential area in Aoyama, we wanted to give some soft and subtle atmosphere to it, which is completely different from a concrete box. We expect that the street and the architecture could be in good chemistry.

Design architecture: Kengo Kuma & Associates
Structure: Jun Sato Structural Engineering
Facilities: Kankyo Engineering
Construction: Satohide Corporation
Location: Minami Aoyama 3-10-20 Minato-ku Tokyo Japan
Site Area: 175.69 sqm
Building Area: 102.36 sqm
Total Floor Area: 293.00 sqm
No. of Floors: BF1, 1F, 2F, RF
Structure: reinforced concrete, partially timber

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  • 成长的短发
  • 2014.03.29 22:31
    隈研吾星巴克的升级版么
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  • 阿凯
  • 2014.03.05 17:55
    自然与韵律 很舒服的空间感
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  • Wind_Mydream
  • 2014.03.03 10:38
    看到图了,挺有意思,平面很规整,通过这个木格栅就变得如此有趣~ 有几点疑问:1. 木格栅包裹的空间没有玻璃,相当有大的灰空间;2.想知道从建筑后面看会是一个什么样子?3.入口处好像没有门似的,是不是都不需要锁门的?
    • 0
  • gentmangaga
  • 2014.03.02 21:18
    不用胶水和钉子连接所有的木结构同样是中国建筑的精髓之一
    • 0
  • Wind_Mydream
  • 2014.02.28 12:17
    看到那个图书馆了。至始至终没看到沿路一侧的噪音怎么解决的~
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  • xiaooowei
  • 2014.02.28 09:24
    怎么看不到了
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  • eugen0101
  • 2014.02.28 00:09
    为什么没了
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  • 小子丫头czh
  • 2014.02.27 20:07
    看不到,不知道为什么
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  • 草图
  • 2014.02.27 18:06
    形态模糊了 空间丰富
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