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JUN First-Class

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Licensed

Architect


PERSONAL DATA

EMPLO Y MEN T

Address Mobile Number E-mail Address Date of birth Nationality Gender License Language Ability

2008-Present 2006

527 West 110th Street, Apt. 24, New York, NY 10025, U.S.A. +1 347 446 7273 junito0715@gmail.com 15/07/1983 Japanese Male 1st-Class Licensed Architect (Japan) Japanese (Native), English (Fluent)

TAKENAKA CORPORATION | Aichi, Japan

Chief Architect (Full-time)

MANIERA ARCHITECTS & ASSOCIATES | Hyogo, Japan Summer Internship

EDUC A TION

2018-Present 2006-2008

ACHIEVEMENTS

PUBLIC ATIONS

Columbia University GSAPP | New York, US

Candidate for Master of Architecture, expected to graduate in May 2021

Kobe University | Hyogo, Japan

Bachelor of Engineering (Architecture Department) (GPA=4.0)

2004-2005

College of the Desert | California, US

2003-2004

West Hills Community College | California, US (GPA=3.8)

Associate in Art (Liberal Arts) High Honors (GPA=4.0)

2018 2018 2016 2016 2016 2011 2011 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2004

Award of Excellence for Scenery of Shizuoka Prefecture| Tokoha University Selected for 52th SDA AWARD 2018 | Tokoha University Selected for Scenery Award of Fukui City | FUKUI Sta. West Building Selected for Fine Urban Space Works of Ministry of Land | FUKUI Sta. Encouraging prize of Urban Public Space Prize | FUKUI Sta. West Building Local Award of 45th SDA AWARD 2011 | au Nagoya 4th Prize | Public Space in the future Selected for fine works | Just After raining 3rd Prize of diplomas in Kobe Univ. | Bamboo Roots Selected for DAS design award | Bamboo Roots Top 3 works in the course | Kobe Univ. Seminar House Top 3 works in the course | Immigrants x Emigrants Top 3 works in the course | Nursery Village International Student Scholarship | College of the Desert

2019

ABSTRACT 2018 | Unveil Behind Billboard

2018

NIKKEI ARCHITECTURE Special 2018 May | Tokoha University

Will be published by Columbia University GSAPP, US Published by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc., Japan

SOFTWARE SKILLS

3D 2D Adobe Office

Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, 3Ds Max, V-ray AutoCAD, MicroStation Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects Word, Excel, Power Point Po r t f o l i o

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SELECTED WORKS A01

A02

Unveil Behind Billboard

The Library

Public space New York, USA

Public library New York, USA

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P02

au NAGOYA

FUKUI Sta. W. Bldg

Flagship-shop of mobile phones Aichi, Japan

Public place, hall, retails, residence Fukui, Japan

Academic & Competition works

Professional works

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P03

P04

P05

TOKOHA University

TOKOHA Arena

Lala Port Togo

New campus of university Shizuoka, Japan

Gymnasium at a university Shizuoka, Japan

Shopping mall Aichi, Japan

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A01

academic works / competition

Unveil Behind Billboard PROGRAM : Public space LOCATION : New York, US PRIZE : Selected as the best work in the studio INSTRUCTOR : Benjamin Cadena Columbia University GSAPP, Core I Studio, 2018 Fall Individual work

Times Square has unusual economic conditions because of its extremely high commercial effectiveness; exterior wall price is much higher than floor price. Therefore, some rooms covered by billboards are vacant. My project is unveiling this highly potential space behind billboards and converting them to performing place by inserting CONNECTORs, inside of which are covered with mirrors. They provide not only physical accessibility and visual links, but also new experiences such as a gap between what you see and what you hear.

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Times Square is surrounded by numerous billboards. How much are these billboards' price? Each billboard on One Times Square building, which has New Year Eve Ball on the top, costs about 3 million dollars per year. Because of it, a very unusual thing has happened there. One Times Square building has been empty for 20 years. However, it works; The profit is 400%. The building exists just for the structure of billboards. 6


51st Street 5th floor McDonald's / church

Wall price

50th Street 3rd floor Duane Reade

BROADWAY

Wall price

Floor price

46th Street 2nd/3rd floor Swarovski

46th Street 3rd floor McDonald's

Floor price 43rd Street 2nd floor Sephora

Floor price Wall price 0

50

100

150

200

250

42nd Street 3th floor + Walgreens

($ / sqft / month)

42nd Street 3rd floor H&M

FLOOR PRICE vs WALL PRICE

7 ROOMs

This drawing indicates a relationship between the floor

By my field research*, I found seven rooms behind

price (rent fee of office floors) and the wall price (rent fee

billboards, which are vacant or just storage. These rooms

of billboards). In all buildings in Midtown area, the floors

are the site of my project.

are more valuable than walls except Times Square, in

* I asked workers, checked from outside and read articles.

which the condition is flipped.

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EXPAND PUBLIC SPACE My project is unveiling this highly potential space behind billboards and converting them to public space. It will expand public area into the existing building just like many branches of a tree.


VISUAL CONNECTION

NEW EXPERIENCE

Additionally, because the rooms are hidden, the activity there

People come to this particular square to have stimuli that they

should be seen from the square to attract people. It needs to

never have in other places. The experiences are "Leisure" in Times

be physical accessibility and visual connection.

Square. It will give people a gap, a shock or a mixture.

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We want to put a door in the room, but we can't get there...

CONNECTORs

Instead of it, A door is put in the existing public space and extruded toward the room.

Now, the room is accessible.

Inside of the room is visible. Inner : public Outer : private (advertisement)

The hidden rooms are unveiled by inserted CONNECTORs, inside of which are covered with mirrors, and outside of which are used as other advertisements. The activities in the rooms are visible, and at the same time, the surface for advertisement, which is the most valuable thing here, will increase.

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program : "ON"-BROADWAY Performance or show will be taken place in the new public space. Now Broadway musical theaters are physically isolated to public space and exclude poor people or young children. "Off-Broadway" and "off-offBroadway" are a good trial, but they are very far from the center of the city. While, the rooms are literally "ON"-BROADWAY," which can provide interactive performance combined with the exiting atmosphere surrounded.

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SHOCK to the city This violent structure and unpredictable fusion of performance and space will give a shock to the city and visitors.

GAP between vison and sound / MIXTURE of inside and outside Because of reflection by the mirrors, there is a gap between what you see and what you hear. Passing through space will let people have new experiences and new trials for performers.The sawtooth-shaped wall reflects two sides of spaces: inside of the room and outside. Po r t f o l i o

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A02

academic works / competition

Aggregated VOIDs

PROGRAM : Public library LOCATION : New York, US INSTRUCTOR : Jose Araguez Columbia University GSAPP, Core II Studio, 2019 Spring Individual work Ongoing project

This library is made by an aggregation system of units, which are used for Form, Structure, Material, Program, Service, Environmental condition. I create; A hill in the park, using small cells just like playground equipment, A cave which leads people get inside, A scale variety with single unit; a big void surrounded by many small voids, An aggregation of activities and new connection of them, Two sides of the space: wood-side and concrete-side, A sympathy to nature by taking daylight and air inside through reflecting

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UNIT VARIATION

AGGREGATION SYSTEM

2 levels

2 levels

2 levels

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

3 levels

4 levels

5 levels

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

Unit

A3

11ft

16

A

rotate 60 degree

18 ft

A4

move to fit

A1

A1 A1

A2

A1

A1

A1

18 ft

11ft

6 levels

A1

UNIT GEOMETRY


PANEL PLACEMENT

Wood panels

Pipes

Wooden panels for concrete placement

PANEL PLACEMENT

Wood panels

Pipes

MATERIAL COM

Wood panels are not removed

Pipes are put

Concrete placement

MATERIAL COMPOSITION

Wood panel finish

Wood panels are not removed

Concrete finish

RF Wood panel finish

Concrete finish

Wooden panels for concrete placement

Pipes are put

Concrete placement 5F

Concrete face upward

4F

3F

2F

Wood face upward

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UNIT

ACTIVITY ELEMENT

ACTIVITY CLUSTER

Sky light

A1l

Void

A1v

A1 Stepping Bookshelf

A1 Stairs

B1i

A2bi

inside

A2

A3

Stairs

B1o

outside Bookshelf

A2b

Individual desk

A1d

Group desk

A1g

Bump

A1p

B1 A4bi

Sunbath Brain Storming

Open Story Time

A1l A1pg

B1wk

A4bp

A4 Garden Desk

B1

B2

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Kids space

A1k

Bouldering

A2u

B2t

Bouldering Cafe Swing

A1w

Cafe stand

A1c

Tree pot

A1t

B1d

B1d

B2c

A2u


MAXIMUM ENVELOP

FORM BY CONTEXT

APPLY ACTIVITY

Sunbath Brain Storming

STEPPING GARDEN

Garden Desk

ENTRANCE CAVE

Stepping Bookshelf

Open Story Time AUDITORIUM VOID

A3

O O

B1 A3

A1l

B1

B1

A2

_ Level 3

bi A2

A3

B2

_ Level 2

B2

A3

B2c

_ Level 1

A1

l A2

B1 A1

A2

A4b A2bi

O

O O

O

O

O O

A2u

O

O

A4 bi

B2 b

A4 p

B1

O

d B1

B2t

O O

_ Level 5

_ Level 4

B1

_ Level 2

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O O

O O

O

O O

O

O

O O

O

O O

ACTIVITY DIAGRAM

O O

O

O

O

O

_ Level 1

_ Level 3

O

O O

O O

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O O

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O O

O

O

O O O O

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_ Level 2

_ Level 5

_ Level 4

O

O

O

O O

O

O O

O

O

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O O

_ Level 3

O

O O O

_ Level 4

O

O

O

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_ Level 5

Bouldering Cafe

A3

_ Level 1

PLAY GROUND GARDEN

CAFE

CHILDREN

KITCHEN

TEEN

OPEN

OFFICE READING ADULT

STACK

LOADING/ DELIVERY

STORAGE/

LOUNGE

LIBRARIAN

PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL

OPEN AUDITORIUM WORK ROOM

CIRCULATION DESK

Public area

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COMMUNITY

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A1l A1v Stepping Bookshelf

A2bi

B1o A2b

l desk

A1d A1g

A1l

Sunbath Brain Storming

A1pg

B1wk

Open Story Time

A4bp

A1p Garden Desk

ce

A1k

ng

A2u

nd

B1 A4bi

B1i

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esk

A1

B1d

B2t

Bouldering Cafe

B1d

A1w

B2c

A2u

A1c A1t

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URBAN SCALE ANALYSIS

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NE

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Scale 1:5,000

Site Subway station Main street School Residential district Commercial district Manufacturing district Park

URBAN SCALE ANALYSIS

NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE ANALYSIS

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Hotel gard en Playg From

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Pr open ivate -spac e

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Scale 1:5,000

Site

Scale 1:1,000

Site

Subway station

Main access

Main street

Leisure area nearby

School

School

Residential district

Traffic way

Commercial district Manufacturing district Park

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China

Town


Y

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COMMUNITY ROOM

LOADING / DELIVERY

DN

WC

WC

UP

EV

EV

PARKING LOUNGE

DN

LOBBY Void

UP

OFFICE

X

Y

1s

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RF

OUTDOOR LAB

11’

WORK ROOM 5F

11’

OPEN READING

OPEN READING

4F

11’

GARDEN 3F

GARDEN

11’

CHILDREN

CAFE

2F

LOADING

OPEN AUDITORIUM

11’ 1F

STACK

11’

MACHINE ROOM B1F

11’

STACK B2F

Scale 1’ =1/8”

X-X section

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P01 professional works

au NAGOYA PROJECT TYPE : Shop, Office LOCATION : Nagoya-city, Aichi, Japan SITE AREA : 434m2 BUILDING AREA : 384m2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA : 1,071m2 STRUCTURE : Steel NUMBER OF STORIES : F3/P1 Height : 18m CONSTRUCTION TERM : 2010

Assigned Duty

Supervisor JUN ITO Main Architect

I worked as the main architect in charge of throughly planing, detail design, and supervision of construction except interior shop design.

"au NAGOYA" is the first flagship-shop of one of the biggest mobile phone company in the center area of Japan. Although its volume is relatively small, this shop appeals quite effectively in the down-town of a city. It’s located at the very center of Nagoya City, which is the third biggest city in Japan.

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Lead customers into the shop with an inclining exterior wall and a void

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Crystal in nature

Seifa-utaki in Okinawa

Concept model

People watch only LOWER level of buildings in a city

The whole facade expresses its brand image

This three-dimensional white exterior expresses ad-

What is the facade that can appeal to the full despite its small

vanced brand image of the company. Its wide-open

volume? High-rise shops and their various signatures are flooding

entrance and atypical window on the second floor wel-

the center of the town. Only such a small volume can express its

come the customers, while the activities inside the shop

brand image on the whole facade. I used the fact that only a few

reflect the prosperity of the town.

floors come into view in particular at a downtown where the liveliness outside is taken in.

観と内部構成がリンクし、よりダイナミックな空間を創る 外観と内部構成がリンクし、よりダイナミックな空間を創る 外観と内部構成がリンクし、よりダイナミックな空間を創る 外観と内部構成がリンクし、よりダイナミックな空間を創る

An inclining wall and a crack In what composition does the building shape attract passersby

上部へ誘導する、メディアボード

dynamically? I considered that a crack on an inclining wall would

上部へ誘導する、メディアボード 上部へ誘導する、メディアボード

上部へ誘導する、メディアボード

lead customers into the shop more effectively than an entrance on 外観から連続する 上部へ求心性をもたせた内部構成

a vertical wall if the person’s psychology is considered. I repro外観から連続する

外観から連続する 外観から連続する 上部へ求心性をもたせた内部構成 上部へ求心性をもたせた内部構成

上部へ求心性をもたせた内部構成

duced the dragged sense I myself felt at Seifa-utaki in Okinawa,

6mの階高を軽やかにつなぐ正面階段 6mの階高を軽やかにつなぐ正面階段 6mの階高を軽やかにつなぐ正面階段6mの階高を軽やかにつなぐ正面階段 下部は幅を広く取りウェルカムなイメージ 下部は幅を広く取りウェルカムなイメージ 下部は幅を広く取りウェルカムなイメージ 下部は幅を広く取りウェルカムなイメージ

which had a dramatic attraction toward inside with a crack be-

Vertical wall

Inclining wall

tween the huge rocks.

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Sharper facade

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A double-skin wall makes it possible for the outer wall to concentrates its designed shape to be sharper at the ridge and around the atypical window. Well-organized detail keeps the white exterior wall clean. Outer wall : for sharper design, for keeping clean Inner wall : for function (waterproofing, insulation and airtightness)

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3 4

1

3

outerwall

innerwall office

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shop

5 6

shop

Elevation

Section

3

5

3

1 aluminum resin compound panel t=4mm 2 aluminum frame 3 aluminum flat bar t=5mm 4 gutter, stainless steel panel t=1mm 5 stainless steel window, float glass t=10+10mm 6 aluminum panel t=2mm, 3mm

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P02 professional works

Fukui Sta. West Bldg PROJECT TYPE : public, hall, shop, residence LOCATION : Fukui-City, Fukui, Japan SITE AREA : 5,554m2 BUILDING AREA : 4,614m2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA : 35,122m2 STRUCTURE : Steel/RC/SRC NUMBER OF STORIES : B2/ F21 / P2 Height : 92m CONSTRUCTION TERM : 2013-2016

Assigned Duty

supervisor

JUN ITO

another staff

Architect in charge of

Architect in charge of

lower building(1F-6F)

upper building(7F-21F)

,grand roof square

,public hall

Fukui Station West Building was a redevelopment project in front of the central station in Fukui City, which is the capital city of Fukui Prefecture. The purpose of this project was activating the area and planning public facilities for “compact cityization”, which Fukui City advocates. Grand Roof Square, Communication Ring, Sphere Dome and the highest tower became a landmark and an icon of the city. I expressed what was appropriate for Fukui City based on the history which experienced a great earthquake and a big air raid, an analysis of the city, and the disposition of the Fukui people, who have make the traditional culture and value the naturalness.

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Location / History

Fukui Castle

Fukui is the prefecture's biggest city where the super express train station will be planned in the future. It is also a historical town where the Fukui castle ruin is within a walking range. A decrease in its population has been a problem in recent years, and Fukui-city inserts compact cityization in its target.

Spirit of Citizen The symbol of the town is " Phoenix", which is from the history of the city, which has been rebuilt many times while because it experienced a merciless earthquake and big air raids. Phoenix (community’s symbol mark)

Merciless earthquake 1948

Culture & Nature Fukui people value the traditional culture and great nature , such as Noh play and Fukui Coast. Noh (Japanese traditional play )

Columnar joint on Fukui Coast

Analysis This location is the node of all "urban axis", "roads of history", and "green network".

Urban axis

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Roads of history

Tree network


Tower

Sphere Dome

The high-rise tower was planned in striped design with a motif of columnar joint on Fukui Coast. It became the height tower in the prefecture.

This planetarium expresses a sphere on the exterior and made it an icon in the terminal square.

Grand Roof Square

Communication Ring

Grand Roof Square is located on the extension of the commercial liveliness axis and is at the center of the terminal square. Various events are held here everyday, and it is also the main stage of “Phoenix Festival” which is the biggest event in the town. The composition allows people to enjoy their time even in the severe snowy climate.

This ring is the node of transportation network which becomes a linchpin in a compact city. Its ring’s geometry expresses the “connection” to each other as well as raised migration.

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Sail to the new era of the city Open to the city Open to the visitors

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Grand Roof Square with a ship bottom shape which symbolizes Fukui's "sail to" the new era is a multipurpose space for people. I designed it for convenience and safety by simulation while defending against the climate of the snowy climate. In order to exhibit the activities in the square to the outside in the town, transparency of the glass-made shelter was raised to the maximum.

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Closed or Open I studied 2 patterns of shape for the square. A closed glass roof was full of light, but it was sometimes too much for the semi-outside activities. A square could be overlooked on four sides, but the connection in front of the station became weak. On the other hand, an open split roof could express the connection of the whole square dynamically while controlling light moderately. It was also supposed to show continuity of the whole in front of the station and the powerful silhouette. The latter was adopted.

closed glass roof light : full (sometimes too much) continuity : △ multiple-use : ○

open split roof light : line shape top light continuity : ◎ multiple-use : ◎

Environmental analysis The roof crosses the boundary on the road. I performed a snowstorm simulation (*) to indicate the reason for the roof shape that crosses the border. An opening was made in the upper part of the glass screen to prevent disasters. The validity of the roof was proved, and the dynamic roof shape was achieved via the local arcade board of review. (*By cooperation with Takenaka Corp. R&D Institute)

non cantilever roof snow & wind 6.5m/s

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7.5m cantilever roof snow & wind 6.5m/s


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6

5

bus terminal grand roof square retails entrance of residence escalator hall nougakudo office for visitors

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3rd Floor Plan

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2 4 1

1st Floor Plan

Grand Roof Square

21F

Penthouse

7F

88 Residences

M6F

Aseismic isolation

6F

Machine rooms

3F

Planetarium, hall, public space

1F

Retails

B2F

Parking

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P03 professional works

Tokoha University Kusanagi Campus PROJECT TYPE : university LOCATION : Shizuoka City, Shizuoka, Japan SITE AREA : 38,416m2 BUILDING AREA : 14.893m2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA : 51,030m2 STRUCTURE : Steel NUMBER OF STORIES : F6 Height : 29m CONSTRUCTION TERM : 2016-2018

Assigned Duty

supervisor

JUN ITO

another staff

Architect in charge of

Architect in charge of

lower building(1F-3F)

upper building(4F-6F)

supporting staff

The new campus plan of the TOKOHA University which is the biggest private school in Shizuoka Prefecture. This is the core and biggest reorganization of the university for surviving as a private school in this area. The new campus offers the educational place where people invent the new value and communication. To carry liveliness of the town at the same time, it’s also the plan drawing the very high attention in the local area.

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ゾーニング

BUILDING OPEN

HOUSE

BUILDING

BUILDING OPEN

GATE

敷地東側の住宅エリアを考慮 し、オープンスペースを設け るように建物を配置する。

BUILDING

国道 1 号に面してゲート を設け、″大学の顔” を作 る と 同 時 に、オ ー プ ン ス ペースに適度な囲われ感 を持たせる。

HUMAN

GREEN

BICYCLE

草薙駅からのメイン動線は、 建物の東西に 2 本の自転車道 ゲートをくぐり国道沿いのエ と駐輪場を設け、建物への容 ントランスや各棟間のテラス 易なアクセスを可能とする。 など多方面から建物内にアプ ローチする。 

ボリューム計画

6F

5F

5F

5F

①採光、日陰シミュレーションから適切な隣棟間隔を確 The adequate distance between each building is decided by  保しボリュームを配置する。 simulation of daylighting.

②各棟が独立し移動が困難であるため、各棟をつなぐパ Because these buidings are divided, the path that connects each  スが必要。 building is necessary.

Tokoha Univ. new campus

Location

Expected number of students : 4,000+ students ( キャンパスリビ ③各棟間の移動を円滑化するための廊下 Number of lecture rooms : 82 rooms  ング ) を 2F レベルで配し、アリーナまでつなげる。

The new campus is located in ④高層部には主に講義室を配置し、1F には図書館 と 2 Shizuoka City which is at a halfway つの食堂を配置する。

Number of laboratory rooms : 172 rooms Facilities : gymnasium, library, dining room, cafeteria, bookstore, support centers Major : Education, Nursery, Economics, Psychology, Foreign Languages, etc.

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Gymnasium

point between Tokyo and Nagoya. It is an ideal location which commands a view of Mt. Fuji, one of the Japanese symbols. 5 minutes on foot from Kusanagi Station, the 2nd station from Shizuoka Station, the center of the city.

Mt. Fuji


ゾーニング

BUILDING OPEN

BUILDING

BUILDING

HOUSE

BUILDING

HUMAN

GATE

敷地東側の住宅エリアを考慮 し、オープンスペースを設け るように建物を配置する。

GREEN

OPEN

国道 1 号に面してゲート を設け、″大学の顔” を作 る と 同 時 に、オ ー プ ン ス ペースに適度な囲われ感 を持たせる。

BICYCLE

草薙駅からのメイン動線は、 建物の東西に 2 本の自転車道 ゲートをくぐり国道沿いのエ と駐輪場を設け、建物への容 ントランスや各棟間のテラス 易なアクセスを可能とする。 など多方面から建物内にアプ ローチする。 

ボリューム計画

①採光、日陰シミュレーションから適切な隣棟間隔を確  保しボリュームを配置する。

②各棟が独立し移動が困難であるため、各棟をつなぐパ  スが必要。

Class room

Class Class room room Campus Living Dining hall Library

Class room Gymnasium

④高層部には主に講義室を配置し、1F には図書館 と 2 On the 3rd floor and above classrooms are put, while on the 1st つの食堂を配置する。

③各棟間の移動を円滑化するための廊下 ( キャンパスリビ

"Campus Living," which is a corridor that penetrates buildings, is put  ング ) を 2F レベルで配し、アリーナまでつなげる。 on the 2nd floor and opened to the gymnasium.

floor two dining halls and library are located.

ゾーニング

BUILDING OPEN

HOUSE

BUILDING

BUILDING

GATE

敷地東側の住宅エリアを考慮 し、オープンスペースを設け るように建物を配置する。

BUILDING

OPEN

国道 1 号に面してゲート を設け、″大学の顔” を作 る と 同 時 に、オ ー プ ン ス ペースに適度な囲われ感

HUMAN

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BICYCLE

草薙駅からのメイン動線は、 建物の東西に 2 本の自転車道 ゲートをくぐり国道沿いのエ P o r t f oと駐輪場を設け、建物への容 lio | J U N I TO ントランスや各棟間のテラス 易なアクセスを可能とする。 敷地東側より建物を見る など多方面から建物内にアプ

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As a Living Room, Not dividing rooms, but connecting rooms

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I designed the main corridor on the 2nd floor as a "living room space". This corridor is not for dividing rooms, but for connecting rooms. The function in a room comes out into the Campus Living, and each space is not seized with a partition any more. It will enable people to use the spaces more freely. The Campus Living is the core of network, tying the floors and tower bases divided on the upper floors, and finally it goes into the gymnasium and TOKOHA gate. This is also the place for students, faculties and even local residents to exchange their ideas beyond a fence of the fields. Dynamic voids layer the functions on the floors and allow people to have interactive communications between the floors. These mixed lines of flows will generate unpredicted encounters. By effective voids in different directions, openings to the terraces and top lights, a natural environment (light, winds and green) comes into the rooms via the Campus Living. Po r t f o l i o

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A: Gymnasium Folding steel louver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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gymnasium dance room lecture room (400 seats) support center library (1st floor) campus administration dinning hall (1st floor) entrance hall (1st floor) Tokoha Gate

Campus Living

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Metal louver Twisted metal louvers are installed in front of the terraces, and they take the external environment inside by making use of its open shape. At the same time, the comfortable space with relatively lower ceiling would become students’ favorite relaxing place.

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D: Library Tent A set of generous tents are hung above the library, which is located in the very center of the campus. The tent also has a function of sound absorbency. I believe that a tent is suitable for big spaces.

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Wooden cement panel

C: Terrace

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B: Dance room The dance room and the aisle in front of it are planned for harmony with wooden cement louver securing sound absorbency. Its saw-like shape of the ceiling prevents flutter echo, which usually becomes a problem in this type of room.

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Interior design and exterior design are united, using the same shape of folding steel for the interior ceiling and an exterior wall. The connection between the gymnasium and the Campus Living is emphasized, using the low-cost materials.

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Wooden louver Wooden louvers running in a zigzag from the dining room on the 1st floor to the front of the campus administration connect the spaces visually. A louver on the top of another expresses people’s gathering from manifoldness and a mixture of activities.

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Ring lights In order to give a specialty to the cafeteria that is located at the very end of the campus, ring-shape lights and decorations are hanged from the ceiling. This also expresses the collaboration of activities with layered rings.

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“Like layered leaves” human scale terrace/ valley of winds & green

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Terraces are designed in human scale for providing comfortable resting spaces, easing a cliff sense of this big scale. Students can go upstairs directly in this 200 meter-wide building. Various and richer spaces are born in the layered area between the outside and the inside. These terraces create a diversity of locations along the flww of people, and it promotes unpredictable communications.

UPPER VOLUME solemnity, rule, continuity and uniformity TERRACE familiarity, human scale, light/shadow and diversity

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P04 professional works

Tokoha Arena at Kusanagi Campus

PROJECT TYPE : gymnasium LOCATION : Shizuoka City, Shizuoka, Japan SITE AREA : 38,416m2 BUILDING AREA : 14.893m2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA : 51,030m2 STRUCTURE : Steel NUMBER OF STORIES : F6 Height : 29m CONSTRUCTION TERM : 2016-2018

Assigned Duty

supervisor JUN ITO Architect in charge (planning, design, detail)

This gymnasium is located as a part of Kusanagi new campus. Although the structures are separated, the space and the path, “Campus Living,” are connected to this gymnasium. In terms of ecology and reducing running cost, using natural light and wind was required. My goal were representing the nature of light and enhancing the texture of materials.

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Expression of wall changes every moment with sunlight

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Interior Reflecting a change in light on the walls leads to showing the expression which changes every moment. High lighting on the side is usually provided for the gymnasium, but in this plan, a set of squeezed top lights provides warm walls made of wood and wooden cement panels. The 17 meter-wide stairs are designed to connect the gymnasium to the Campus Living, and they are also used as seats when games or events are held.

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200mm 1 folding steel panel t=0.6mm 2 stainless steel bolt 3 rock wool t=50mm

Exterior Folding steel panels (industrial goods) are used for the outer walls. They offer deep expression with the same steel folding metal panels piled up. Although it is relatively low in cost, I aimed at the rigid and seamless exterior expression which has not been seen before.

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P05 professional works

Lala Port Togo Center court roof PROJECT TYPE : Plaza of a shopping mall LOCATION : Togo cho, Aichi, Japan SITE AREA : 83,000m2 BUILDING AREA : 50,000m2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA : 124,700m2 STRUCTURE : Steel NUMBER OF STORIES : F3 CONSTRUCTION TERM : 2019-

Assigned Duty

supervisor

JUN ITO

another staff

another staff

Architect in charge of

Architect in charge of

Architect in charge of

roof design

shop planning

legal consistency

Lala Port Togo is being planned with a symbolic center court at the very center of the mall that has “8” letter shape plan. This court is the only place where visitors can feel sunlight. My aim is providing soft and transiting natural light under the roof with controlling the angle and amount of the light since each shop surrounding the plaza doesn’t want direct sunshine.

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D i g i t a l Dr a wing 58


Ha n d D r a w i n g Pen Black/white pencil Color pencil Water color Pastel

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Profile for JUN ITO

Portfolio _ Jun Ito _ Columbia University GSAPP  

Selected work, 2008-2019 March student at Columbia University GSAPP

Portfolio _ Jun Ito _ Columbia University GSAPP  

Selected work, 2008-2019 March student at Columbia University GSAPP

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