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建筑师:UID Architects事务所
地点:日本,广岛,尾道市
设计团队:Keisuke Maeda
场地面积:362平方米
总面积:121.45平方米
建筑面积:81.22平方米
年份:2010
摄影:Hiroshi Ueda

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这间小房子计划建造在周围环绕着丰富自然风光的森林里。该地位于尾道市山脚下,几乎没有临近的房子。这个家庭包括两个女儿、他们的母亲和她们钟爱的猫。

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由于只有三个女人,我们认为将该地环境和建筑的边界轻轻地连接是适当的,因为这能使家庭成员之间保持近距离。这是抓住了环境不可分割的特点。



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就像其他生物在森林里覆盖地面的环境下筑巢。这就像从森林中的巢,扩大到森林,然后到地上,并最终在宇宙的原则。

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此由管道相连,成为一个装在地面上的具体的垤巢。地面之上有一个浮动的木制巢覆盖在地表上,它由一些像树枝和落叶的东西组成。

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虽然这些地板和墙壁的组合并不是按一定的顺序,使得这些建筑元素看起来是分离的,但当整体观赏环境的时候,它们将成为建筑和周围环境连续连接的必需品。

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这一次,我们通过重新思考诸如构建房子的地板和墙壁这些建筑元素,来寻求一个包容环境和房子的单一的空间。

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具体而言,在地面一层的一些空间彼这所房子安置在自然气候之中,其空间将提供与森林类似的舒适的阳光和阴凉。房子将成为森林中的一个巢穴,其领土将不会受到规管。

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地下室平面图 Basement Plan

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Architects: UID Architects
Location: Onomichi, Hiroshima, Japan
Design Team: Keisuke Maeda
Site Area: 362 sqm
Total Floor Area: 121.45 sqm
Area: 81.22 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Hiroshi Ueda
This is a small house planned in a forest surrounded by rich nature. The site is located in the foot of a mountain with scarce neighboring houses in Onomichi City. The family is consisted of two daughters, their mother and their loving cat. Since there are only three women, we thought it would be appropriate to gently connect a boundary of the place’s environment and architecture, allowing close distance between the family members. It is to seize the environment as non-dividable, similar to creatures that generate their nest under elements that cover forest’s ground. It is like a principle that expands from a nest in a forest, to a forest , then to the earth, and ultimately to the universe.

This time we sought a single space that comprehends the surroundings and the house by rethinking elements such as floors and walls that make up architecture. Specifically, in the ground layer some spaces are connected to each other by a tunnel that becomes a concrete anthill nest attached with a small entrance on the ground. Above the ground a floating wooden nest box composed of things like branches and fallen leaves cover the nest on the ground’s surface. Although non-sequence composition of the floors and the walls make the architectural elements look separated, they will become essentials that link architecture and the surrounding in succession, when viewing the environment on the whole.
The house will offer spaces that is similar to the forest’s comfortable sunshine and shade, which reside with natural climate. The house will be a nest in a forest that its territory will not be regulated.


            
                  
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