Boko and Deko Residential House by Mitsuharu Kojima

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Boko and Deko

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Residential House

INSPIRATION:
Why is comfortable to be controlled by furniture? Today, we can obtain more comfortable relationships individually freely by using globally developing networks. Even though idealization of people has changed to be more subjective. The idealization of living life in the house has been still passive. So, I created the frameworks that the residents will be inspired by various actions to be found. Therefore, people will consider the quality of comfortable life and search the answer what I am. Those things lighten the whole society and make the quality of living to be developing in the future.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Spaces are not predetermined by furniture, but the spaces that can be more freely chosen. Our spaces resemble the sense for finding our own comfortable spot in a yard. It is like the experience of sitting under a tree to avoid the heat from the sun on a hot day, or of looking for a sunny spot on a cold day.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The residents can look for their spot comfortable. The spot can be changed, which is depends on feelings of residents that are influenced on by changing climate or realizing what they are going to do.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in Maebashi, in 2010, and finished in 2013

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
There is a dance studio on the west side. Therefore,soundproof walls-which also serve as load bearing walls and storage-are built on the east and west sides, while living spaces are arranged in between. The floors are made with materials of which residents can feel the warmth, coolness, softness, and hardness on their skin.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Width 6970 mm x Depth 12740 mm x Height 5600 mm / Structure : Wood / Total area : 124.71 m2 / Building area : 89.49 m2

TAGS:
house, green, hill, lawn, playground, park, japan, Architecture

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
I made a framework for comfortable place which people can look for their spot by reconsidering the definition of resident's comfortable life. The spot can be changed depending on resident's feeling that are influenced by changing climate or knowing what they are going to do. It is completely different from the comfort that can get by furniture. In other words, the spot is surrounded by sunlight and warmth of architect materials. The residents have lived for several years, and they move around in a day to search their comfortable space.

CHALLENGE:
The most difficult issue was to make the residents who could find out comfortable spots, fitting their feelings without depending on furniture which is identified particular actions. So, I set up several different heights of the floor as function to be preparing the connections,including ladders, steps, and slopes. I focused on just adding the movement onto function to create the various actions by residents. As a result, they found many different ways of using freely the connected floor that is beyond imagination.

ADDED DATE:
2018-03-15 09:43:37

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Mitsuharu Kojima, 2017.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Mitsuharu Kojima Architects

PROFILE:
Mitsuharu Kojima Architects is led by Mr. Mitsuharu Kojima, who has been mainly working in Japan. The three concepts of Mitsuharu Kojima Architects are as follows. 1) they focus on the mind of people. That is changing flexible while touching changeable things of nature. And they bring out the beauty of changeable nature to best effect, including light, wind, cloud, fog, and all of which get right to the mind of people. 2) they find multiple new ways to enhance the quality of interactions among people, and they make every effort to bright up the areas where buildings are. 3) they work to let users to recognize their identities so that getting deep insights into their lives. Based on these concepts, they construct innovative designs for the future that is named by them as Embracing Architecture. They redefine the existing notion and phenomenon inductively. In other words, they resolve one module, and analyze the interactions relatively between each factors of the whole design, nature, and the residents. Their buildings with charm that beyond abundant of simplicity is enrich hearts of people.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Boko and Deko Residential House by Mitsuharu Kojima is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Boko and Deko Residential House by Mitsuharu Kojima is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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