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FUMI OTOSAKA

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2006-2010 Tohoku University (Japan) 2010Department of Architecture and Building Science School of Engineering, Tohoku University (Japan) 2011-2012 Exchange program École Nationale SupÊrieure d'Architecture de Montpellier (France) 2013 Expected to graduate with Master

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Topological City 2010.11.03 - 2011.02.19 Studio Master: Akihisa Hirata

Tangling

Future Lab “Tangling� In a single tree, we find a layered structure in which the earth!s crust, the surface of the ground, the tree, and all of the plants and animals that live in it are tangled together. By imagining this tree on the fractal terrain of Tokyo!s linked valleys, we devise urbanscale architecture that will become tangled up with the environment there.

Japan Tree?

It becomes visible in the contour tracing the topography of Tokyo. Difine a tree-like terrain unit formed by the valleys and ridges as "Japan Tree" .


Propose a new city which inherit the terrain characteristics as "JAPAN TREE" at the center of Japan. The terrain form of the Japan tree is a gentle valley. The Building in a organic form supplies Japan tree with energy of wind power. And it indicates a new large building unit as branch of the Japan tree.

Topological City 2010.11.03 - 2011.02.19 Studio Master: Akihisa Hirata


Topological Spaces

Topological Indicator

Boundary

Sharing

Buildings had separated the region clearly by boundaries and everything was surrounded by a wall until 20th century. In contrast to that, there is no clear boundary in the topological city. People extend their individual regions. Architecture grows by releasing or softening a boundary.

[ 20 century and 21 century ]

Connect those who were separated each grid by flow line. Each function is networked in three dimensions, and the new relationships will be appeared because many functions interfere with each other.

Five Keywords:

2010.11.03 - 2011.02.19 Studio Master: Akihisa Hirata

What happens when the spaces separated by functions is released? Is it possible to change a defensive architecture which has emphasized boundary into a acceptant arcitecture which has loose boundary? "Topological City" attempt to express a topological space whose function changes continuously and seamless.

Flow Line

Topological City

The individual regions is overlapped and shared where the flow line folded. The buildings might reduce their floor space if the concept of sharing become popular. Buildings will become a little smaller by a gathering and a tangling.

Spirograph Mobility Suppose that the traffic in Japan Tree is the personal wheel mobility. It is not the usual straight movement but the curved seemless movement. They keep moving continuously cuddling to a gentle slope. This movement in the form of spirograph would enrich various experiences.

New Mobility / New Building Codes / New Ecosystem / New Geometry / New Environment


Forêt Urbaine 2011.09.25 - 2012.01.10 Studio Master: Jacques Brion, Elodie Nourrigat

FLUID DENSITY / STABLE DENSITY Time( h )

1

2

3

semi-common

common

public

STABLE

0-8

8-12

FLUID

12-15

COMBINE

15-18

STABLE

18-24

key words

auto car, bus habitant, mosque, parking

walking, car, bicycle manufacturing

habitant, lubrary

office

public tran sportation (tram, ferry), walking tourist (shopping, eating), habitant (shopping, working) hotel

Density Island in “Repeated City” Istanbul The new center, which will connect with the current touristic area, will create a new node in Istanbul. It aims to revitalize the nearby surroundings by creating further employment and consumption.


Forêt Urbaine Masterplan

2011.09.25 - 2012.01.10

Situation

Studio Master: Jacques Brion, Elodie Nourrigat

Higher Floor: housing

STABLE DENSITY

FRUID DENSITY

SIMPLE... Ground Floor: commerce

Architectural Site

Now, the construction of Istanbul is very simple-tied, and the city grows up linearly along the highway and the tram line.

Transportation Fluid High-Density Area

The way of growing like that causes sprawl and the gap between a city area and an abandoned area.

Density Island

The site is in Istanbul, new city. the place is an end of the bridge in between the old city which include Blue Mosque and Ayasofya, and is more touristic and the new city which has the residential area at in the north part.

Create a high-density island which is connected to surroundings by VISIBLE and INVISIBLE connection. This “Island” contains several city functions such like a consumption, manifacture, dwellings and commerce.

Water connection Layer1 INVISIBLE CONNECTION functional similarity

Polluted Air

Bio Diversity

water-flow line

Polluted Rain Water water cleaning system in residence

Layer2 VISIBLE CONNECTION view pedestrian walkway roadway ship route Layer2: visible connection / HARD (road, view, spacial quality such like dimentions and materials) Layer1: invisible connection / SOFT (functional similarity, water-flow line)

similarity of spacial quality

Adopting a water purification system into the coast area. Through pumping up the rainwater on these green buildings, it can clean the water without energy, and it can create bio-diversity in the city.


ForĂŞt Urbaine 2011.09.25 - 2012.01.10 Studio Master: Jacques Brion, Elodie Nourrigat

Composition keywords

1. Commerce Separation, Porousness

2. Hotel Orientation of the openings one

ntial Z

At first, I separated the two volumes to make a border between tourism and habitation.Using the triangle wall with plural direction, I try to keep an expanse and to create the place like forest at the same time,Secondly, at the floor of the hotel, the direction of the openings avoid the residences.Thirdly, I put the restaurant floor on the top, and made it transparent by using truss structure to enjoy panoramic view. This building is composed by those 3 factors.

Reside

Local

Thick

Thin

Touristic

3. Restaurant Transparency, Panoramic View

View


Site Plan (GF: commerce) 1/1000

Plan 1/2000

Forêt Urbaine 2011.09.25 - 2012.01.10

5F // Restaurant

Studio Master: Jacques Brion, Elodie Nourrigat

A

- Keep the panoramic view by removing the walls - Create a horizontal expanse by truss structure - Harmonize with surroundings. - Building's hight is simmilar to the next building

3F, 4F // Hotel

- A hall built in wellhole style - Creation of sequence and a horizontal expanse by pilling up the transparent volume and massive volume alternately - Surface Material ; Alminium

2F // Hotel, Hall, Lounge A”

- There are many triangle window on the wall of each private room They are the opening and also decorate the building

Section A-A” 1/1000

1F // Commerce (Touristic, Residential)

- Detaching touristc commercial area and residential commercial area by exterior space. - Difference of the grid scale LARGE // 10m*10m Residential commerce; industrial material, equipments SMALL // 7m*7m Touristic commerce; accessary, tea, souvenior - Triangle wall is also used as a furniture or lighting. Material image; polycarbonate


ForĂŞt Urbaine 2011.09.25 - 2012.01.10

Material

Axonometric Section Detail 1/50

Studio Master: Jacques Brion, Elodie Nourrigat

Wall is also used as a furniture.

tapis turc

les fragments de la faĂŻence turque

The material varies with the function. I chose "fragments of Turkish earthenware" and "Turkish carpet" for the floor. The earthenware and the carpet industry prospers in Turkey. we can recycle the vernacular product and make beautiful pattern by using fragments on the floor.

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polycarbonate

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Circ1ulation Car Traffic in fro flux m ou ts id e

Pedestrian Circulation

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Flow of trade products and merchandise


Forest of Furnitures 2010.10.20 Competition â&#x20AC;&#x153;SUPER MINI HOUSEâ&#x20AC;?

Diagram

By floating furnitures, I thought that a new space will be appeared around it. The furnitures become free from floor. Sometimes it will be used as a slab, a small roof or a partition between each spaces. The floor will become larger, and people will come together there. A new kind of small space will enrich our lives.


House=f(x) 2011.07.25 11th Shelter International Architectural Design Competiton “House in the Wilderness”

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WC kitchen

bath bedroom 1

dresser

0 [M]

plan bathroom

WC

window

diagram

SUNLIGHT approach

RAIN

GREEN

kitchen

bedroom

Sometimes, we humans won!t see the things which is visible. I propose to put the reality of a trivial nature into the architecture. They live with a big nature that gained only by the architecture. It transforms the “Invisible” nature into the phenomenon, so-called “House of Function” is .

dresser

section


2009.11.13 13th TEPCO Inter-University Design Competiton â&#x20AC;&#x153;House to think about JENDERâ&#x20AC;?

Residence for two couples, gay and lesbian people The boundary of space changes by a wall which goes higher and a wall which goes lower. At the entrance, It seems that two couples go into each rooms, but actually, its spatial structure changes inside the walls. A woman will meet another woman, and a man will meet another man in the house.


Arcade Life 2010.08.02 Central Glass International Architectural Design Competiton 45th “Housing for Better Urban Environment”

SEPERATED DECK

SEMI-COMMON SPACE

People live in the arcade exchange their various value between the builings. They live with circulation in and out among the various buildings.

Axonometric

Arcade NEW

Semi private

EXIST

Semi common Public common Public

Public

Conversion Process

This is a housing project at the arcade of Sendai city. Enhance the circulation of the people by making use of the arcade's potential. The concrete proposal is following; 1.Provide a deck as "Garden" of the inhabitants. New use systems of the builong and the arcade space will appear from that. 2.Renovate existing small buildings and create new housing space.

TREE

CORN STRUCTURE

LANDING

LIGHTING


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