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Jun Aoki N house

LAURA LOUVIGNES / SARAH NILLES


SUMMARY THE ARCHITECT : JUN AOKI - BIOGRAPHY

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THE HOUSE : N HOUSE - PRESENTATION

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SITE RELATION - NATIONAL SCALE - REGIONAL SCALE - NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE

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A FAULSE CLASSICAL SUBURBAN HOUSE - SHIFTS AND ASYMMETRY - REINTERPRETATION OF THE CLASSICAL PAVILLON SHAPE

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CIRCULATION

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SPACE DIFFERENCIATION - SPACE DIFFERENCIATION AND VIS-A-VIS - PRIVATE/PUBLIC - FUNCTION DIFFERENCIATION LIGHT - INLET OF NATURAL LIGHT - WORK ON PARTICULAR MATERIALS

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ELEVATIONS AND PARTICULAR OPENING TYPOLOGY

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THE GUEST ST ROOM, REINTERPRETATION OF A TRADITIONAL SPACE

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CONCLUSION

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APPENDIX - PICTURES AND ANGLE VISON - FLOORS MODEL - SECTION 1/100


Jun Aoki N house

Born in 1956 Yokohama (Japon) Graduated from Tokyo University, ingeneering certificate Works at Arata Isozaki & Associates, he created is own compagny in Tokyo, Jun Aoki & Associates, 1991. Structural research, Interior design and general architecture Public architecture, leasure architecture, housing, office Design award for the Sia Aoyama Building

MAMIHARA BRIDGE, SOYO, 1995

H HOUSE, FIRST PROJECT , 1994

Circulation Division : 1 side for driving, 1 side for pedestrians Vertical spatial division : Materials : steel, ceddar wood floor

A two-storey house on a hill Importance of the structure,generates spatial beauty. Two long corridors, private spaces.

OMOTESANDO, 2002

NEW YORK, 2004

GINZA MATSUYA, 2000

GINZA NAMIKI, 2004

ROPPONGI HILLS, 2003

AOMORI MUSEUM OF ART, AOMORI, 2006 : Wins the international price of architecture

HONG-KONG, 2005

NAGOYA, 1999


N HOUSE INTRODUCTION

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SPATIAL CONTEXT

FLOOR 2

National scale

FLOOR 1

Regional scale Tokyo

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GROUND FLOOR

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YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION : 2008

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ARCHITECT : Jun Aoki

Kohoku-ku

CITY : Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Japan

Yokohama

TYPE : 1 living room, 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 guest-room, 1 terrace

Neighborhood scale

THE CUSTOMERS

BASEMENT


SHIFTS AND ASYMMETRY Classical drawing of the subburban house

REINTERPRETATION OF THE CLASSICAL PAVILLON SHAPE Traditional subburban house

Jun Aoki N house

Shift and reinterpretation of Jun Aoki

Traditional subburban house

Jun Aoki N house


CIRCULATION Guests Residents Stops

Second floor Ground floor

Basement

First floor


SPATIAL DIFFERENCIATION SPATIAL DIFFERENCIATION // VIS-A-VIS

PRIVATE / PUBLIC

Intimicy

Espa

Reception

Esp ré Reception spaces Circulation through reception space Space with vis-à-vis Space without vis-à-vis


FUNCTION DIFFERENCIATION

Bedrooms, intimicy and isolated spaces Distribution spaces : doorsteps, entrance, corridors, stairs The terrace : reception space, possible access from the outside

Functional spaces (kitchen, storrage, bathrooms, restrooms, dressing) Reception spaces (living-room, guest-room, sun-room)


LIGHT

INLET OF NATURAL LIGHT

North sunlight South sunlight ArtiďŹ cial lights (fabric lights, neon lights)


A SPECIAL FABRIC FOR A SPECIAL LIGHT A study with Yoko Ando, from Nuno Corporation (fabric japenese firm that mixes traditional aesthetics and high computer technologies concerning their conceptions. Worldwide company.

Matérial : organdie, very light cotton muslin Composition : 8 layers of organdie + fluorescent lights = fabrics hung on the ceiling


ELEVATIONS & PARTICULAR OPENING TYPOLOGY

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION


GUEST ROOM

Private space

A space ooded with light

Sun room

Reception area


N HOUSE, JUN AOKI PLAN DU PREMIER ETAGE

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5

6

1

3

4

2

4 2

8

3

7

1 ETAGE 1/100

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6

7

8


N HOUSE, JUN AOKI PLAN DU SITE.

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PLAN DU SITE 1/2000

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3


N HOUSE, JUN AOKI PLAN DU 2D ETAGE

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1

2

3

DEUXIEME ETAGE 1/100

23


MAQUETTE DE PLANCHERS


COUPE A 1/100


COUPE B 1/100


COUPE C 1/100


COUPE D 1/100

COUPE E 1/100

COUPE F 1/100


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