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© Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.

来自事务所的描述。本项目位于日本首都东京,业主为一对已婚夫妇与他们饲养的两只猫咪。本项目旨在建立人与猫共同生活的空间环境,而不是让猫生活在专为人类而设计的住宅中。基于此想法,本项目所秉承的理念就是 “室内和室外互通的空间”。


From the architect. This is a project of a house for a married couple and two cats, located in Tokyo. The project had started based on the idea that humans and cats live in a same house, rather than cats living in a house designed for humans — and finally this idea brought out a concept: “a house inside which you feel being outside.”

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考虑到不规则四边形的边界基础,该建筑的形状也依此建造成为不规则四边形结构。住宅屋顶与墙面都有经过仔细考量的开窗设计,通过这些精心设计的开窗可以方便自然光、风和雨进入其内。一些绿植种植在屋顶开窗的正下方,可以通过吸收雨水而茁壮成长。卧室和浴室位于一层,卧室上方设置有一个起居室,而在浴室上方则是一处小露台。


The shape of the building was decided as an irregular quadrangle in accordance with the irregularly-shaped quadrangular site. The roof and wall sides of the volume have carefully designed openings, through which light, wind or rain could enter into the building. Plants are planted in the ground under the roof opening which allows rain to enter in. The boxes for bedroom and for bathroom are put in the outer volume; and a living room is located above the bedroom box and a deck above the bathroom box.

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© Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.

在这样一个空间中,你可以明晰的感受到外界的阳光,微风和雨水,同时居住者的生活方式很大程度上受到天气变化的影响。在室内寻找避雨之处会是居住者经常要做的事。飘落在地板上的雨也会因为所受风向的不同,而落在不同的区域,所以需要在其中的人寻找不被雨淋的区域。当你在里面长久的居住,你会发现,你早已熟悉哪里是会受天气影响的区域,哪里是你自身以及家具等其他物件应处区域,因而可以准确判断放置物件的位置,划分个人生活的区域。


Inside the volume, there is a space in which you would feel yourself being outside: Light, wind or rain could enter in, so that your way of living depends on the weather; but in this house, you would always positively seek to find another images of life. Areas on the floor on which rain falls vary according to the wind direction, so you would seek to find the area where you don’t get wet. As you live longer, you would find out, from your experiences, various things about the relation between the extent to which rain enters in on the one hand, and the location of objects, furniture and yourself on the other. And, there is no air-conditioner in this house.

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另外,这所住宅没有装备空调设施。整年自然通风,风大和冷的时候,可以呆在房子内部和起居室中,并关上门窗。而当遇上大风或寒冷的天气,居住者可选择深入房子内部或在关上玻璃滑门的起居室内躲避恶劣天气。家具及其他收纳物件不仅可以放置于室内,也可以摆放在室外的置物架上。


During intermediate seasons or summer, both humans and cats live in natural draft, or, in the other words, they live in the air environment which is almost same as the outside. On windy or chilly days, you could stay in the indoor boxes or the living room with glass sliding doors closed. Figures and other many items which had been collected are located not only indoors, but many of which are also put on the outdoor shelves to the extent that it is possible.

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阳光明媚或阴雨绵绵的日子,猫咪或懒散地伏在地面打盹,或歇息在避雨的角落。夫妇两人则可在楼上敞开玻璃门的起居室内,打开窗户欣赏风景,闲适地打发一整天的时间。他们过着这样的自然生活,虽生活在室内,却有如身临大自然一般悠然、惬意。就算身处室内也感觉与室外无异。


Cats walk on the thin line on which rain doesn’t fall and find places in the sun to take a nap. The couple stay in the living room upstairs with glass doors open, sometimes even on rainy days; they often live a life in which they feel themselves being outside even while being inside.

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© Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.

生活在现代社会的人们,尝试以人与自然和谐共存的现代生活方式来减少能源的损耗——这也是在能源短缺当下,找出另一种生活方式的积极尝试,减少对能源的损耗。但这个项目其中的意义不仅仅是对能源的关心,还追寻其他的积极意义。。居住在这样一个室内外互通、天气决定生活方式的空间中的夫妇和猫咪则成了这一全新生活方式的开拓者,每天都能发现新的生活景象。


People living in the modern era attempt in the modern way to reduce energy consumption and to coexist with nature — this is also a positive attempt to find what ways of life are possible beyond energy problems and this, in turn, beyond way of life, leading to the important themes about human mental activities. The couple and cats who had lived in an apartment are now pioneering the new images of life every day in the weather-dependent house inside which they feel being outside.

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细节

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© Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.

建筑设计事务所:Takeshi Hosaka
地理位置:日本 东京 葛饰区
结构工程师: Hirofumi Ohno
面积:91.0平方米
时间:2010年
摄影: Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.
Architects: Takeshi Hosaka
Location: Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan
Structural Engineers : Hirofumi Ohno
Area: 91.0 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc.

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