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Portfolio

Selected Works 2017-2018 Harukuni Ishikawa


Curriculum Vitae Name

Harukuni Ishikawa

Contact

iharukuni@gmail.com +1.646.691.4601


Ca re er (M e d i ca l Do c to r i n J a pan)

Experie nce (Architecture)

2014 2006

Hyogo Prefecture Rehabilitation Hospital Rehab Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery Department

2018 spring

Teaching Assistant for Aletheia Ida, Assistant Professor, PhD (Environmentally Adaptive Systems)

2006 2004

Ishikawa Hospital Orthopedic Surgery Department

2017 summer

Summer Internship at Concept Lighting Lab

2004 2003

Hyogo Prefectural Kaibara Hospital Orthopedic Surgery Department Resident Doctor

2016 fall

2003 2002

Kobe University Hospital Resident Doctor

S kills

Ed u cat io n 2018

Master of Architecture, University of Arizona

2017

Fall Exchange Program: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

2001

BA of Classics: University of Arizona (+ Magna Cum Laude)

1999

MD: Shiga University of Medical Science

A c h ievem e nt 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014

Architectural History + Theory Award Design Studio Award Design Excellence nominated Design Excellence Award Design Excellence nominated Board certified MD in Rehab Medicine (Japan)

Research Assistant for Aletheia Ida, Assistant Professor, PhD

Rhinoceros Grasshopper/Ladybug Revit Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Physical Model Making

Lang uage English

Speak fluently Read/write with high proficiency

Japanese

1st language

Interests Something old but new Designing places where narratives are born Intersection between art, architecture, and medicine


Tribute to Bruno Munari


Table of Contents Project 01 Hopper

6 - 29

Instructor : Chris Trumble, Asst Prof

Project 02 Museum of Sculptured Light

30 - 37

Instructor : Will Peterson

Project 03 Floors of Cloud and Water

40 - 51

Instructor : Shawn Protz

Project 04 House V

52 - 63

Instructor : Shawn Protz

Project 05 Flagmented Skies

64 - 71

Instructor : Isabel Domingues, Rodrigo Muro, and Markus Aerni

Project 06 Skyfjall Lodge Collaboration with Shawn Protz

72 - 75


01 Hopper Year Location Program

2017 Fall - 2018 Spring Tucson, AZ, USA Multi-use Mobile Workshop (Partially constructed)

This project was a Design/Build project conducted by a team of the final year graduate students. Developed into a multi-functional trailer with Fabrication workshop, Design workshop, and Gallery as its modes of use, this mobile architecture (Hopper) will be used by future students of the school for community outreach projects. The programs take place around its exterior; the exterior doors on the sides can be taken off to function as the fabrication workshop, or flipped around as needed to become chalk boards panels. Students, teachers, and people in the city will gather around it, make things, discuss, and exchange ideas for the creation of a vibrant community. Unfortunately, this project did not reach to its completion by the time of graduation. The shade structure, skin, and furniture are the major elements that were either partially fabricated or only designed due to the limited time and budget.


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Adaptability Adaptability

Mobility

Mobility Weight

Deployability Deployability

Expression Expression

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The design analogy of Hopper and its shade structure were taken from the analogy to a grasshopper. Adaptability, mobility, deployability (ease of use), structural integrity, and expression were the primary performance criteria from the beginning.

Geometric studies were condu GHYHORSGHSOR\DEOHVKDGHFR that can adapt to different site and spatial needs for different use of Hopper.

VS

ARC 520G Structure III | School of Architecture University of Arizona Instructor: Laura Carr

Conventional

FABRICATE

Design workshop

Mobile for outreach

DISPLAY

FAB workshop

Modes of Use

Gallery


ARC 909 [hopper] / ARC 520G

03.01.2018

Design Anlogy the Grasshopper

Closed Closed

Half HalfDeployed Deployed

Conceptural shade deployment diagram

Fully Fully Deployed Deployed


Time of Use

Time of Use Value of Use Active

Active

Active

Fabrication Workshop

FAB Workshop

- Masonry Gallery

Design Workshop

Revenue

Design Workshop

FAB - Design Built studios Promotional Educational - Outside classroom Workshop - Kids camp Vitalizationworkshop - Community

Dormant

of CAPLA

Gallery

Dormant Design Workshop

Time of Use Active and Dormant phases

Fabrication Workshop

FAB Workshop

- Wood - Metal - Concrete

Gallery

Gallery

Community Services

- Design/Reserch exhibition - Lecture event - School promotion event Design

Workshop

Active Phase Active phase Active and Dormant phases

- Wood Educational - Metal Concrete Community-Services

Vitalization of CAPLA Design Workshop

Revenue

Gallery

- Design/Reserch Exhibition - Lecture Event - School Promotion Event

- Design/Reserch exhibition - Lecture event - School promotion event

Active phase

Gallery

Retreat

- Design Build studio - Outside classroom

- Outside classroom - Kids camp - Community workshop - Kids camp - Community workshop Gallery / Event space

Design

School

Design Workshop

Promotional- Design Built studios

Travel and Retreat of Hopper

Travel

- Wood - Metal - Concrete - Masonry

- Masonry

Value of Use

FAB

Fabrication Workshop


Da Vinci Da Vinci

Perspectve view _ both deployed Perspectve viewside _ both side deployed

12’

8’ - 6”

Back Elevation Back Elevation 0 3’

Back Elevation

0

0

3’

3’

Da Vinci :Da Vinci

12’

8’ - 6”

Side Elevation Side Elevation 0 3’

Side Elevation

0

3’

3’ - 0”

3’ - 0”

7’ - 2”

7’ - 2”

Da Vinci shade is ds Da Vinci dessipatedessipate loads of uplift by use of by pinu uplift tension cables. tensionThe c structuralstructura system p durability.durability In order tension tension cables tauc shade shade arms, thearm te needs to needs to be raised of the tra of the trailer. Since the shadethe areshade atta collars, th collars, the clearan ranges ranges from 7’-2”fro t larger clea larger clearances around th around the primary sides the sides the of Hoppe deployme deployment system appreciat appreciated for bot theand Hopp the Hopper pro school. school.


Shade

Prototyping Hopper Shade Structure

Da Vinci 2018 Spring Shade Arms

Hopper Shade Structure

Da Vinci Arm-Collar Joint

12’ - 0”

1/2”

Plan view 5” 51/2”

5’-73/4”

7 1/2”

5’-73/4”

2”

5 1/2”

1/2”

8”

1/2”

Cross section

1"

5/8” bolt

Side Elevation

2” 1/8” steel plate

5 1/2”

8” Arm-Collar joint:

OD 5” 5/8” bolt Plan

1/4” steel collar

0 ARC 520G Structure III | School of Architecture University of Arizona Instructor: Laura Carr

0

Side view

3”

5”

1”

5/8” bolt

1/8” steel plate

OD 5”

3”

1/8” steel plate

2”

1”

OD5”

0

4”

4”

Shade Arms:

1/2” aluminum c-channel

The hinged joint is a refinement of the universal joint we had used during our first iteration. This joint has two functions; the first is to allow a sideways movement that is necessary for deployment. The second function is to dissipate the forces. If fixed, there Planwould view be a lot of stress of the joint, but because it can move, the stress is dissipated as opposed to resisted. Side view

The shade arm collars are com components, w detached for e The primary m shade arms ar c-channels wit doble bowed s

5/8” bolt 12’ - 0”

0 ARC 520G Structure III | School of Architecture University of Arizona Instructor: Laura Carr

024

0

1'

1’


1. Telescoping post 2. Power drill driven winch 3. Outer Sleeve 4. Arm joint collars

4 3

1

3’ - 4”

2

hade Structure

2018 Spring

Da Vinci Cable Anchors

Side Elevation 0

Back Elevation

Shade Fabric

2’

Cable Anchors: Materials: - steel plate (1/8” thick) with an OD 3” hole.

Break

ail

Scale 1: 2

Six cable anchors are placed on the top portion of the telescoping post. The tension cables become taut when the post is raised up. Each anchor provides one cable to the outer tip of the shade arm.

Cables

axon

Shade Fabric: Materials: - Polytex shadecloth (Polyfab; shade factors are approximately 80-90) - OD 3/32” galvanized steel cable

Shade fabric and cable

Shade Cloth

0

Plan

Axon

Exploded Axon 0

1’

ucture III | School of Architecture University of Arizona Instructor: Laura Carr

Plan above (cables)

Plan below (fabric)

1'

The shade fabric product was chosed to use for the shade based on its weight, shade factor, cost, and availability. Cables run in the middle and outer edge of the shade fabric to prevent sagging. Joint rings connects cables on its sides, creating a folding point when the shade is undeployed and stored in the hatch space.

026


Da Vinci 2.0 Elevations

12’ - 0” 1

1. Tele 2. Hatc 3. Pow

2

Da Vinci 2.0 Elevations

12’ - 0” 1

2

7’ - 2”

8’ - 0”

Back Elevation

Back Elevation

0

2’

7’ - 2”

2’

0

8’ - 0”

Da Vin

1’ - 6”

Back Elevation

0

2’

8’ - 6” 3

8’ - 6”

Side Elevation

0

3

2’

7’ - 6” 1’ - 6”

7’ - 6”

Side Elevation

Side Elevation

1. Tele 2. Hat 3. Pow

0

0

2’

2’

1. Telescoping post 2. Hatch doors 3. Power drill driven winch

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1”

3 - 3/16”

6”

1/4”

8 - 3/8”

1/4”

3/8” 0

2”


SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL NON-DEPLOYMENT

SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL

The offset arms have two, pinned connections to the mast.

NON-DEPLOYMENT The offset arms have two, pinned connections to the mast.

SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL HALF- OPEN DEPLOYMENT

SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL

PHASE III The offset arms have two, pinned connections to the mast.

S. 04

HALF- OPEN DEPLOYMENT The offset arms have two, PHASE III pinned connections to the mast.

S. 04

SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL PHASE III OPEN DEPLOYMENT

S. 03

SYNTHESIZED PROPOSAL

The offset arms have two, pinned connections to the mast.

PHASE III

S. 03

OPEN DEPLOYMENT The offset arms have two, pinned connections to the mast.

PHASE III

S. 02

PHASE III

S. 02

12’ - 0” 1 2 75 degrees

8’ - 6” 3

Back Elevation

0

1. Hatch door 2. TIe-downs 3. Power drill driven winch

2’

Scale : 3/8” = 1’ - 0”

0

1

3’


Matryoshka Furniture

Dimensions Gathering relative to people 0

1

3’

34” 16”

Lecture

Gallery

0

8-11” 8-11”

34”

17”

Ergonomics

36” 18” 36” 17” 16” 15”

36” 18”

17”

Deployment

36”

18”

1

3’


Shop Drawing (Large Box)


3/8

3 3/8

3 3/8

22 3/4

13 1/2

3 1/2

1 17/64

4 3/8

1

43/64

1 3/8

1/8 1

4 11/64 1 17/32 3/8 1/8 6 15/16

1 1/2

3/8 3 35/64

3/8

3/4

21 13/16

1 41/64

1

3 1/2 1

1/8 11 21/64

1 1 3/4

3

1 3/4

3

3 3/8

3/8 1/8

21 25/64

1

22 3/4

21 3/4

12 1/2

3/8

1 3/4 1/4

1

3

3/8

Exterior Door Lock 1 17/64 7/16 3/8

1/8

35/64

3/8

20°

7/16 3/8

0 1 5"


Door Lock Fabrication


Door Key

Attach (magnet)

Closed

Rotate

Open

Detach

Closed


Key Fabrication


Hopper in Town Mode of Use : Gallery

Hopper in town

0

1

3’


Surface Diagram_Gallery

0

1

3’

Today Hopper went to downtown. Students hanged paintings on its exterior door panels; arranged the furniture to create pedestals for sculpture and art pieces. People gathered around and enjoyed the unpretentious outside gallery.


Hopper in a park Mode of Use : Design Workshop

Hopper in a park

0

1

3’


Axons_Door Closed_Shade Deployed

Scale : 3/8” = 1’ - 0”

The next day Hopper went to a park. Kids, parents, and students held a workshop around Hopper. Students taught kids how to make cardboard models. They drew pictures on the chalkboard panels and enjoyed the casual gathering.

0

1

3’


Hopper into the wild Mode of Use : Fabrication Workshop

Hopper into the wild

0

1

3’


Surface Diagram_FAB workshop

0

Then Hopper went to the site surrounded by nature. Students set power tools and generators for the design-build project. Before they knew, coyotes came and a quail perched on Hopper. Yes, Hopper is for everyone everywhere.

1

3’


4

3 1 5

2 6 7 8

9 11 12

10

1. Hatch door 2. Hatch 3. Aluminum and plywood roofing 4. Skylight (casted polyurethane resin) 5. Rolling shutter (rear door) 6. 2 x 2” 14 Ga steel tube framing 7. Cabbie (tool) box 8. Side bay 9. Retractable worksurface (1/2” baltic birch plywood) 10. Drawer (1/2” baltic birch plywood) 11. Interior hull floor (2 sheets of 3/4”plywood ) 12. Chassis (original size: 16’ x 77”)


Instructor : Christopher Trumble, Asst Professor Team members :

[Studio] Hopper and Credits

Mahmoud Alhammouri | Alice Wilsey Patrick Sullivan |Morgan Nestegard Hussein Alsalih |Angel Robiou Barrett Miesfeld |Ryan Shindler Hani Alhamed |Harukuni Ishikawa

*Harukuni Ishikawa developed three modes of use of Hopper; was also the leader of the SHADE team, the designer of Matryoshka Furniture, and in charge of both of the exterior door lock system and the custom key design and development.


02 Museum of Sculptured Light Year Location Program

2017 Spring Tucson, Arizona, USA Contemporary art museum

Inspired by the dynamic interplay between shafts of light and the undulating rock formation, the concept of this museum is “holding materialized light.” Covered with translucent channel glass, the central atrium and the prismatic glazing at the southeast corner embody the concept as well as provide luminosity for the interior spaces; the GFRC facade panels resemble the landscape of the region but also function as filters emitting diffused light for pieces of art. The undulation of the envelope catches shifting light and shadows on its surface throughout the day and all year around, which embodies today’s ever-changing world, or a sense of ‘contemporariness,’ creating an appropriate platform for contemporary art.


Holding Materialized Diffuse Light

Concept model and study models

VS

Direct / Damaging light

Sculptured / Harmonious light

Concept

Envelope concept


Clerestory window

Experiential window

A

B

GFRC panel with an opening

0

3’ 4’

A

B

6’

31.5’

5’


16

17

18

Roof level 131’ - 0”

1 2

6_01 6_02

19 31’ -6”

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12

10

13

14

15

1. GFRC panels 2. Translucent clerestory window 3. Exterior rated gypsum 4. Water barrier sheet 5. Rigid insulation 6. Light gauge light steel studs 7. BATT insulation 8. Plywood board 9. White gypsum board 10. Steel framing for GFRC panel attachment 11. 3” deep metal deck and 5th floor 3” deep concrete floor slab 94’ - 6”12. Wood flooring 13. Track lighting fixture 14. Return air grille and duct11’ - 0” 15. Sprinkler head 16. Roof drain and gutter 17. Rigid insulation 18. Light reflectors (attached to the skylight) 19. 0.75” thick Translucent glass 0’ - 6” 5’ -0”

0’ -6”

Wall Section

0

4’ 9’ -9”

25

26 27 28 29


1. GFRC panels 2. Translucent clerestory window 3. Exterior rated gypsum board 4. Water barrier sheet 5. Plywood board 6. Rigid insulation 7. Batt Insulation 8. Light gause light steel studs (3.5” and 6” wide) 8. Rigid insulation 9. White gypsum board 10. Steel framing for GFRC panel attachment (4”x8” I-beam; 6”x6” HSS; 4”x 12” C-Channel) 11. 3” deep metal deck and 3” deep concrete floor slab 12. 6” diameter drain downpipe 13. 5’ deep open web joist

12

13

2

1 3

4

5 6

7

10

Enclosure System_wall assembly

8

9

11

0

5’


Daylighting

Differentiation in illuminance for exhibition types

Thermal Storage

Passive Strategies


Early Morning (5th floor East Gallery)

Noon (5th floor East Gallery)

Late Afternoon (5th floor East Gallery)

Noon (4th floor East Gallery)

Daylighting Studies


5th floor gallery


Physical Model


Processes in design development


03 Floors of Clouds and Water Year Location Program

2017 Summer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Mixed-use

Following the 20th century Surrealists’ idea of Exquisite Corpse, this highrise project was done by six students (each student was in charge of 4 floors; Harukuni Ishikawa was in charge of the 17th -20th floors and the underground parking space) as a 6-week project in the advanced Revit course. The concepts are floating clouds in the air (the south building) and water in the mass (the north building). The floors consist of two major areas: the south building is a community culture center with housing towers, a floating theater, and an organic farm; the north houses an aquarium. Based on the climate analysis, the envelope system was parametrically developed to allow, block, or filter the natural wind and sunlight according to the orientation of the exterior surfaces and the programs behind them.


Water

Cloud

Site Plan

0

100’


South Elevation

0

30’

Image on the right : Exquisite Corpse-Jacqueline Lamba, Andre Breton & Yves Tanguy


Site

Structure

June 21

Exquisite Corpse

Stacked

Project floors

December 21


01

02

1

1

1

1

02

01

02

01

Water Tank 04

Water Tank 04

NE terrace 01

Lounge

Water Tank 03

Water Tank 03

Water Tank 02

Water Tank 02

Mechanical Chase serving to Aquarium floors

Mechanical Chase Mechanical serving to Chase Aquarium floors

Entrance Lobby Info Booth

Water Tank 01 Water Tank 05

Ticket Booth Water Tank 01

Entrance Hall 01

245' - 0"

247' - 6"

Mechanical Chase

260' - 0"

Mechanical Chase

Mechanical Chase

Slope 1/12

Up

Mechanical Chase

Planters

Up

Up

265' - 0"

265' - 0"

247' - 6" Hostel Room 02

Hostel Room 01

Garden / Organic Farming Area Up

Theater above Up

Open to Below

17th floor

0

18th floor

20’

Main areas and building core

0

20’

Clouds and Water


1

1

1

1

02

01

02

01

Water Tank 04

NE terrace 02

Open to Below

Touch Pool 04

Water Circulation Pipe Water Tank 03

Touch Pool 03

Water Tank 02

Touch Pool 02

Mechanical Chase serving to Aquarium floors

(Glazing Floor) Looking down water tank

Mechanical Chase serving to Aquarium floors

Water Tank Top 05

Water Tank 05

serving to Aquarium

275' - 0" 290' - 0"

275' - 0"

277' - 0"

274' - 1 3/32"

Hostel Room 05

Mechanical Chase

Hostel Room 03

Mechanical Chase 290' - 0"

288' - 0"

276' - 0"

Shared Bathroom 01

Shared Bathroom 02

276' - 0" Hostel Room 04

Gallery / Lounge Hostel Room 08

Hostel Room 06

Open to Below 277' - 0"

273' - 0"

287' - 0"

Down Hostel Room 09

Hostel Room 07

Observatory Room

Up

290' - 0" Down Balcony

Hostel Room 10

Open to Below Open to Below

19th floor

0

20th floor

20’

+ Ventilation and Circulation

0

20’

= Daylighting

Integration


Section 01

0

10’


Section 02

0

10’


Opacity

Attractor Point (the Sun location)

Transparency

Envelope system unwrapped

Parametric algorism


m

Perspective of Envelope


Envelope panael module

Envelope system assembly


South Building


04 House V Year Location Program

2017 Summer Tucson, Arizona, USA Residential

This residential project was done as a 4-week project in the introductory Revit course. The concept is interlacing the inside and the outside with the aim of blurring the boundary. Narrow channels of glazed lightwell cut in the interior spaces to heighten the awareness of the surrounded nature as well as the natural light. The courtyard garden is embraced by flanking rooms and invites casual visual connections among residents and plants through the transparent surfaces of the big sliding doors. The big shade structure, which was inspired by Judith Chafee’s Ramada House in Tucson, AZ (1975), protects the house from strong sunlight and heat in the late afternoon to create a cooler microcosm for the residents and plants in the garden.


Outside Inside

Concept interlacing inside/outside


Concept Model


Form generation studies


Bike Rack

Lightwell

UP

Living room

3 A103

Study

3

DN

A103

Dining Storage

Rainwater tank

UP

Garden

Foyer

Kitchen

Lightwell

4

4

Entrance

A103

A103

Ground Floor

0

5’

South Elevation

0

5’


19' - 0" 11' - 0"

Study

Closet

3 A103

Master bedroom DN

DN

DN

Play area 11' - 0"

10' - 0 23/32"

2nd Floor

3rd floor

North Elevation

0

5’


0

Section

5’


Dining and Living Room


Vaper Barrier Vaper Barrier Vaper Barrier Gypsum Plaster Gypsum Plaster Board with interior Gypsum Plaster Board with interior finishing Board with interior finishing finishing 4 A105 4 A105 4 A105

Metal roofing_external weathing finish Metal roofing_external weathing finish Metal roofing_external weathing finish Vent Space Vent Space Plywood sheathing Vent Space Plywood sheathing 2" x 4" HSS joist Plywood sheathing 2" x 4" HSS joist 2"Hidden x 4" HSSRain joistDrain Hidden Rain Drain Metal Flushig Hidden Rain Drain Metal Flushig Metal 5" x 5"Flushig HSS Girder 5" x 5" HSS Girder Exterior Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) 5"Exterior x 5" HSS Girder Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) Exterior Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) Rigide Insulation Rigide Insulation BATT Insulation Rigide Insulation BATT Insulation BATT Insulation Vaper Barrier Vaper Barrier Gypsum Plaster Board Vaper Barrier Gypsum Plaster Board Gypsum Plaster Board

Wall Section_Roof level 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_Roof level 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_Roof level 4 1" = 1'-0" 4 4

3_Loft 0" 3_Loft 0" _Loft

4 A105

4

Wall Section_Roof level 1" = 1'-0"

Level 3_Loft 19' - 0"

3 A105 3 A105 3 A105

3 A105

2 0" 2 0"

Level 2 11' - 0"

Wood Flooring Wood Flooring Wood MetalFlooring Decking Metal Decking Metal Decking 2" x 3" : I-beam 2" x 3" : I-beam 2" x 3" : I-beam

3

Custum Shape Window Custum Shape Window Custum Shape Window Wood Window Sill Wood Window Sill Wood Window Sill Sill Flushing Sill Flushing Exterior Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) Sill Flushing Exterior Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) Rigid Insulation Exterior Cladding_Metal Siding (white finish) Rigid Insulation Rigid BATT Insulation Insulation and Stud layer BATT Insulation and Stud layer StudInsulation Runner and Stud layer BATT Stud Runner 5" x 5" HSS Girder Stud Runner 5" x 5" HSS Girder 5" x 5" HSS Girder

Wall Section_Second floor level Wall Section_Second 1" = 1'-0" 3

floor level 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_Second floor level 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_Second floor level 3 1" = 1'-0" 3

Level 1 1' - 0" SITE 0' - 0"

2 A105

1 1 2 A105

Steel Structural Framing_coated in white Steel Structural Framing_coated in white Steel Structural in white Glazed Sliding Framing_coated Door Glazed Sliding Door Glazed Sliding Door Wood flooring Wood flooring Metalflooring Decking Wood Metal Decking Metal VaperDecking Retarder Vaper Retarder Vaper Retarder 3" Rigide Insulation 3" Rigide Insulation 3"Foundation Rigide Insulation Concrete Slab_6" thick A105 Foundation Concrete Slab_6" thick Wall Section Foundation Concrete Slab_6" thick 4" Gravel layer 4" Gravel layer 4"Reinforcing_#3 Gravel layer vertical, 48" OC Reinforcing_#3 vertical, 48" OC Reinforcing_#3 vertical, 48" OC Concrete Footing Concrete Footing Concrete Footing Reinforcing_#5 bars, Reinforcing_#5 bars, continuous Project Name Reinforcing_#5 bars, continuous Project Name Date continuous Project Name

2 A105 2 A105

Date

Drawn By Scale

1

Wall Section_@ Section 1 3/4" = 1'-0"

2

Wall Section_At Grade level 1" = 1'-0"

House V

07.06.2017

Harukuni Ishikawa

As indicated

Project Date Name Drawn By

Wall Section_@ Section 1 3/4" = 1'-0" Wall Section_@ Section 1 1 3/4" = 1'-0" Wall Section_@ Section 1 1 3/4" = 1'-0" 1

Wall Section

Wall Section_At Grade level 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_At Grade level 2 1" = 1'-0" Wall Section_At Grade level 2 1" = 1'-0" 2

Date Drawn By Scale Drawn ScaleBy Scale

W


A105

Wall Section House V 07.06.2017 Harukuni Ishikawa As indicated

Southeast facade


2 A103

2

1

Exploded Axon

Exploded Axon and Assembly

Section 5 1/4" = 1'-0"

1 A103


2nd floor and loft


05 Fragmented Skies Year Location Program

2017 Fall Stockholm, Sweden Pavilion

Started with my interest in the seasonal affective disorder and in therapeutic brain modulation by use of daylight and a certain patterning, the project was developed through experiments with a perception cell (an occupiable cubicle). In order to stimulated the brain as well as to enhance a meditative state of mind for healing, the main themes are reflection of light, fragmentation of the sky, and a sense of timelessness/endlessness. The openings of the pavilion are comprised of groups of decahedron module, which was employed to capture daylight from various angles throughout of day, seasons, and year. It captures the natural light, and emanates soft hues from the color panel into the interior space. Fragmentation of the sky and color create space that blurs the boundary between the natural and the artificial.


9%

higher

but...

level of daylight Glare

15-30%

one year

nocturnal restlessness clear days cloudy days

higher

Energy Consump�on

Nocturnal restlessness in people with Altzheimer’s Medical

Windows size, daylight levels, and enegy consump�on the research topic

Architectural

ipRGC

To Brain

Blue light (460-480nm)

1/f fluctuation

Blue light 460 - 480 nm

1/f fluctuation pattern

Light + patterning for cognitive modulation

vs

Geometry Study


117.5 cm

78.0 cm

78.0 cm

117.5 cm

91.0 cm

75.0 cm

GFRC Panel Translucent Glass Reflector

GFRC Panel Translucent glass

Opening

Reflector Type 01

Type 02

Type 03

Type 04

Type 05

Perceptual Cell and Module

Opening


Experiential Studies of Light and Color


Above : color panel and location Below : module size 120cm 100cm 120 cm 100 cm 80 cm 60 cm 40 cm

80cm 60cm 40cm

Diagrams of Modules

Existing accesses Potential path View to the site Daylight between buildings

Site Analysis

Left : 1st floor (plan view) Middle : 2nd floor (plan view) Right : E-W Section

Gradients of light and shadows


Twilight space

Section


Night Space


06 Skyfjall Lodge (in progress)

Year Location Program Collaboration

2018 May near Mývatn lake, Iceland Hotel Lodge Shawn Protz

Collaborating with the Shawn Protz Studio, this project was initially aimed for an international competition (Iceland Northern Lights Rooms) but became a hypothetical project for the firm. Although it is still in its developmental stage, the lodge is conceptualized as a place where one gazes at Aurora Borealis in the Scandinavian night sky and contemplates under the spectacle veils of the universe. The building is formed at the place where the heavens and the rolling landscape of the northern country meet. The heavy mass of the Icelandic volcanic rocks protect travelers from the climate but also anchor them to the earth against the mystery of the sky. Harukuni Ishikawa is in charge of material experiments and conceptual model studies for the design development based on the design and drawings by Shawn Protz.


Krafla

2. 2

11.

1. Guest Bath & Dressing 2. Sauna 3. Horse Stable 4. Tack & Storage 5. Stair to Roof 6. Lounge 7. Host Bedroom & Bath 8. Living/Kitchen/Dining 9. Terrace 10. Entry/Terrace

9

9.

1. 1.

7

7.

1.

1. Guest bath 2. Sauna 3. Horse stable 4. Tack & storage 5. Stairs to roof 6. Lounge 7. Host bedroom 8. Living / kitchen / dining 9. Terrace 10. Entry / terrace

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8.

9

9. Vindbelgurfjall

6. 6

3 3.

3.

5

5.

10. 10

4

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3. 3.

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3.

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Hverfjall

3.

Conceptural Plan

0

4m

Landscape and Sky meet

Conceptural Sectoin 0

4m


Foam molds

Plaster + aggregate

Plaster Plaster

Rockite + aggregate

Rockite + aggregate

Material experiments Plaster + aggregate


Thank you.

Architecture Portfolio_Harukuni Ishikawa  

Selected works : 2017 - 2018

Architecture Portfolio_Harukuni Ishikawa  

Selected works : 2017 - 2018

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