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Ryogoku Yuya Edoyu Spa / Kubo Tsushima Architects

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人们所享受的空间——Ryogoku Yuya Edoyu是一家位于Hokusai街道的水疗设施,建筑位于东京Edo博物馆和Sumida Hokusai博物馆之间。建筑师为现有的公共浴室设计了附属设施,其面积也得以增加。除此之外,建筑师还对各项设施进行了全面的翻新,保持原有的内部空间的完整。在设计方案中,建筑师强调了Edo-yu中“yu”的概念,意思是“自由地闲逛与享受”。设计方案为使用者创造了各种“舒适的角落”,他们能够充分享受自由。

Spaces that can be Enjoyed by Wandering -  Ryogoku Yuya Edoyu is a spa facility facing Hokusai Street, located in between the Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Sumida Hokusai Museum. We designed an annex to the existing public bathhouse. Our addition increased the total floor space of the facility twofold. We furthermore completely renovated the facility while keeping a certain portion of the existing interior intact. While staying true to Hokusai's world, in our design, we also tried to emphasize the concept of the word “yu” in Edo-yu, which means “freely wandering and enjoying.” Our design thus allows the facility's visitors to enjoy the experience of wandering through various "nooks of comfort" created throughout the bathhouse.

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建筑的立面让人联想起摇曳在风中的浴室窗帘,它有着清新的白灰色色调。铝制面板上有Edo komon图案,Hokusai很喜欢komon图案,这是在Edo时期十分流行的样式,铝板上有垂直的空隙,模糊了新旧建筑之间的边界,让二者看起来更加统一。

Facade reminiscent of noren (bathhouse curtains) wavering in the wind - Our facade design seeks to recall the image of fresh, whitish gray bathhouse noren (split curtains hung outside the bathhouse entrance) wavering refreshingly in the wind. Aluminum panels punctured with an Edo komon pattern (Hokusai loved komon patterns, which are intricate dye patterns that were popular during the Edo period) contain vertical slits that blur the joint between the new annex and the existing building, making the two buildings appear as a unified whole.

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Seigaiha图案描绘了蓝色海洋中的海浪,贯穿建筑的立面,越靠近建筑的上部,图案逐步地消失,这也代表了Edo时代人们的高雅品味,对于他们而言,这些图案的精致细腻是竞争的源头,越是复杂精致的图案,对于工匠的技术要求就越高。

The seigaiha pattern (depicting waves in the blue ocean) pierced in the facade gradually disappears as it nears the upper floors of the building, representing the refined tastes of the people of the Edo period, for whom the intricateness of these patterns was a source of competition (for the more intricate the pattern, the more skilled the artisans that lords had).

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建筑师应用厚实墙体和楼板结构让内部成为无柱空间,建筑师还通过浴缸、家具、饰面材料、天花板,以及照明环境的区别来表现小空间特点,这些空间会构成连续序列,这也让使用者能够感受层次分明的空间景观,这里可以容纳400人,每个人都能拥有属于自己的舒适角落。

Column-less Space Realized through an RC Thick Wall and Floor Structure -  The annex is designed with no columns or beams, through the use of an RC thick wall and floor structure. We designed small spaces through the use of bathtubs, furniture, finishing materials, ceilings and differences in lighting environments - all so that they would form a continuous sequence. This allowed us to create a layered landscape upon which a maximum of 400 visitors can all enjoy and find their very own nooks of comfort.

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针对女士浴池,建筑师希望设计成漂浮在云中的洗浴空间,从入浴池前的喷水空间,到高浓度碳酸浴,接着是喷射浴池,再到水浴,建筑师设计了不同高度的云朵形状浴缸,使用者能够漫步其中,享受各式各样的空间风格,在云朵般的天花板上海有着照明和通风设施。

Baths Floating in the Clouds -  For the women's bath, we wanted to create a space of baths floating in the clouds. Starting with the kakeyu (water poured on oneself before entering the bath) to the high concentration carbonated bath to the jet bath to the water bath, we designed the bathtubs in unique cloud shapes at different heights so that visitors can wander and enjoy the various styles of the baths. The cloud-like ceiling contains lighting and exhaust vents.

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空间的功能各不相同,休息区由4个不同的空间组成,其中有热石水疗与沙龙休息区、“浴室工作”合作办公区,后者位于一座老建筑中,这座建筑保持了温泉的原有形象,所有的空间环绕中央照明天花板而构成,同时通过交错的道路连接在一起。建筑师的设计灵感来源于Hokusai世界,设计目标是通过现代甚至是未来的角度来构建Edo世界。

Spaces with varying functions, such as a rest area composed of four different sections, hot stone spa & salon treatment area, and a co-working space called "yu work" ("yu" means bath) in the old building that keeps the image of the former spa intact, were all designed around a central luminous ceiling and connected through a staggered passageway. While our inspiration derives from Hokusai's world, our goal was to construct the Edo world from a modern, or perhaps even near future, perspective.

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建筑设计:Kubo Tsushima Architects
地点:日本
类型:水疗设施
面积:802 m2
时间:2019年
制造商:KIKUKAWA KOGYO, Nagoya Mosaic-Tile
主创建筑师:HideakKubo, Kubo Tsushima Architects
施工管理:AXS SATOW Incorporated
结构设计:TIS&PARTNERS
基础设施设计:Zo Consulting Engineers
灯光设计:Atsushi Sugio
平面设计:AWATSUJI design
施工方:Matsui Kensetsu

SPA
SUMIDA CITY, JAPAN
Architects: Kubo Tsushima Architects
Area: 802 m2
Year: 2019
Manufacturers: KIKUKAWA KOGYO, Nagoya Mosaic-Tile
Lead Architects: HideakKubo, Kubo Tsushima Architects
Construction Management: AXS SATOW Incorporated
Structure Design: TIS&PARTNERS
Facility Design: Zo Consulting Engineers
Lightning Design: Atsushi Sugio
Graphic Design: AWATSUJI design
Construction: Matsui Kensetsu

        
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