日本,轻井泽,博物馆综合建筑 / Yasui Hideo Atelier

建筑师:Yasui Hideo Atelier

地点:日本轻井泽

项目面积:423 sqm

项目年份:2011

摄影: Nacasa & Partners inc

客户:International Cultural College Foundation

施工:Sasazawa Construction

建筑面积:331.60 sqm

基地面积:8330.42 sqm

在竞赛中获胜后,我被要求在千住博博物馆旁设计一座建筑,千住博是世界著名的日本画家/艺术家。在开始真正的规划前,我首先进行了概念设计工作(即传统与现代形式几何形状的设计),这样才能使我的新设计与千住博博物馆和谐共存于同一个场地中。千住博博物馆的曲线形式优雅地诠释了轻井泽的特点。

千住博博物馆内的艺术品得到了国际赞誉,为了创造一座与它相配的建筑,我从日本艺术文化中汲取灵感,完成了概念设计。像“折纸”“扇子”或“屏风”这样的日本工艺品都是由纸制成的,有无限种可能制成各种不同的形式,与西方的几何设计很像,后者甚至导致了具有原始美的现代艺术的产生。

同时,我还希望我的设计可以与该地区Yatsugatake山或Asamayama山等山脉清晰的线条完美融合,与千住博博物馆弯曲的线条形成强烈对比。

我想到的另一个作为主题的重要因素是:我设计的建筑必须成为一个地标,可以让人们在其中欣赏艺术品,而不仅仅是一个紧挨着千住博博物馆的设施而已。


Architects: Yasui Hideo Atelier

Location: Karuizawa, Japan

Area: 423 sqm

Year: 2011

Photographs: Nacasa & Partners inc

Client: International Cultural College Foundation

Construction: Sasazawa Construction

Building Area: 331.60 sqm

Site Area: 8330.42 sqm

I was requested, after winning through the competition, to design a facility accompanied to the museum of Hiroshi SENJU, a world-famous Japanese painter/artist. Before I started the actual planning, I prioritized building my conceptual work first ( i.e. geometrical shape containing both traditional and modern forms ) in order to make my design coexist on the same site with the museum that had a curved form interpreting Karuizawa ’s nature in a elegant way.

I built the design concept form Japanese art culture in order to create an architecture suited to the museum having art pieces appraised internationally. Such Japanese craft as ‘Origami’, ‘ Sensu fan ‘, or ‘Byobu screen ‘ are created from just one piece of paper, having an infinite possibility to be shaped in various forms. They also have similarity to western geometric design, which are even led to modern art with their originality and beauty.

I, at the same time, thought my design coexist with sharp lines of mountainous scenery seen in this area such as Yatsugatake or Asamayama mountains, which is totally contrastive with the curved lines of the museum.

Another important factor I kept in mind as a theme was that my architecture had to work as a landmark where people might encounter artworks, not only as a facility next to the museum.