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98: Landscape in Japanese Architecture 2015

Nakladatelství: The Japan Architect
Rok vydání: 2015
ISSN: 4910051330758
Formát: 23 x 30 cm, 128 stran, brožovaná
Jazyk: anglicky, japonsky
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This issue covers the broad diversity of activities undertaken by landscape architects in Japan for the improvement and effective development of pleasant and functional outdoor spaces in the public realm – which also offer extraordinary experiences. The global challenges that landscape architects currently face are translated into specific scenes and everyday situations via social, cultural, and historical interpretations. Through themes like housing and landscape, scenery derived from relationships, and green urban extensions, a range of Japanese landscape projects is addressed and discussed in detail, along with numerous images and drawings.

Introductory Essay:Towards a Landscape Convention in Japan  Hiko Mitani

Toshiya Ogino Landscape Design
Landscape Design of Villa Ushiroyama
Landscape Design of Gate Villa
Consideration:New Original Scenery  Toshiya Ogino
 
Koichiro Nakatani Atelier
Landscape of J HOUSE
Landscape of Hayasaka House(POLYHEDRON/Nasushiobara)
Memory of the stone
Consideration:Feeling a Site Together  Kouichiro Nakatani
Consideration:Landscape to Individualize the Place  Ken Yokogawa

Hiko Mitani/MLS
Arranging Scenery Plan of D.T.Suzuki Museum
Daishinji main hall of a Buddhist temple reconstruction
Project Consideration:New Creation with History in Mind and Heart  Hiko Mitani
 
studio on site/ Hiroki Hasegawa
Landscape Design of Hoshinoya Taketomijima
Landscape Design of Harunire Terrace
OGAL ESPLANADE
Consideration:An “Experience of Place” to Come Face-to-Face with the World  Hiroki Hasegawa

Tatsuya Hiraga/Landscape Plus
Tokyo Institute of Technology Ookayama Campus / Promenade to the Main Building
Consideration:Thinking about City Reproduction of Tokyo from a Form Principle of Nature Tatsuya Hiraga

Hiroki Kutsuna Nobutaka Nagahama/E-DESIGN
Kinki University Headquarters Campus Renewal Design
Land Scape of Nouver AKABANEDAI
Consideration:Not only Beautiful Looking, Fun to Use Landscape Hiroki Kutsuna Nobutaka Nagahama

Satoshi Tokunaga/S&T Institute of Environmental Planning & Design
Preservation Maintenance Project of the Cultural Landscape
A Landscape Planning and Design for Relocated Settlement in Itsuki Village
“Nomichi wo Yuku” Footpath
Consideration:Design of “Connection”  Satoshi Tokunaga

Shinichi Kaburagi/TAISEI DESIGN Planners Architects & Engineers
Otemachi Forest
Landscape of Shinagawa Season Terrace
Consideration:The Reevaluation of Environmental Resources with Publicity  Shinichi Kaburagi

Growing Up in the City?ACROS FUKUOKA ’20
Michio Tase/Plamtago

A new generation of landscape design
Ryosuke Shimoda/Hideyuki Ishii/Hajime Takaoki /Akihiko Ono

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