Suehiro Nagaya Residence by Masaaki Takeuchi and Shihoko Koike

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Suehiro Nagaya

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Residence

INSPIRATION:
What we call modern Nagaya in Osaka is characterized as follows: The Nagaya were built in beginning of the 20th century. Structures are made from woods and earthen walls. Each unit shares its side walls with its immediate neighbors. The roofs are connected with each other, and several units constitute one Nagaya.We decided to review the design of Suehiro Nagaya. We kept the floor layout of rooms with four and a half mats or less in size. We used the dimensional system that had been handed down from the Edo period.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
By standardizing the renovation method, quality living can be handed down even as rental housing. Following are six specific key points: (1) utilizing the front yard, (2) distinguishing whether original material or newly-installed material is used for the finishing, (3) reducing the size of the building to create deeper space under the eaves, (4) keeping the water area compact, (5) allowing for DIY and (6) creating a manual on the method for seismic reinforcement.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Renovation was taking advantage of the tenement architecture connect the city.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in November 2011 in Osaka City, Japan. And it will continue from now on.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Structures are made from woods and earthen walls.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Dwelling unit dedicated area : 59.40 - 75.02 square meter

TAGS:
review design, Renovating, traditional, house, architecture

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
We have renovated 21 Nagaya with 12 units in Osaka City. We are not looking to pursue large-scale renovation. Every time we find a vacant house, we renovate it with minor changes. We intend to keep renovating one by one in town, and build human relationships.

CHALLENGE:
Until recently there had been many Nagaya remaining from the prewar period, however as demolition progressed due to aging and development, the unique community cultivated through Nagaya culture had gradually become lost.

ADDED DATE:
2019-02-22 05:47:11

TEAM MEMBERS (16) :
Architect: Shihoko Koike, Architect: Himika Masago, Architect: Nao Iwamoto, Architect: Hitomi Minesaki, Architect: Takahiro Ueno, Architect: Taishi Jogan, Architect: Miki Kasahara, Architect: Sousuke Nagata, , Construction management: Keiji Yamamoto, Construction management: Emi Sagawa, , Carpenter: Hiroyuki Nobuhara, Carpenter: Syuichi Hamamoto, Carpenter: Yasuo Nakatsu and

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer Yuko Tada

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
UZULAB

PROFILE:
UZULAB is an architectural design office based in Kobe City. It was established in 2002. The organizers are Masaaki Takeuchi and Koike shihoko. In 2014, Himika Masago joined as a staff member. Their design in architecture takes advantage of the characteristics of the place. Their works include the renovation of traditional Japanese architecture.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Suehiro Nagaya Residence by Masaaki Takeuchi and Shihoko Koike is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Suehiro Nagaya Residence by Masaaki Takeuchi and Shihoko Koike is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2018 - 2019.



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