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S H I M P E I T E R A DA

PORTFOLIO

2015-2017


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Born in Tokyo, Japan

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Bachelor, Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

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Master’s program in Takeshi ITO Lab. Urban and Territorial History, Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

2015.9 - Exchange student,Department of 2016.6 Architecture, ETH Zurich 2016.7 - Internship, Christ & Gantenbein AG, Basel 2017.3 AWARDS diploma project

PROFILE

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HOUSING WITH GEOMETRY

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MASS HOUSING ON THE PERIPHERY

BETWEEN TERRITORY & SPACE

inverted archipelago/nonscale border

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Encouragement prize, at The University of Tokyo 1st prize, at 4 Universities Diploma Design Review Encouragement prize, at 37th Lemon Exhibition

diploma thesis

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1st prize, at The University of Tokyo PUBLICATION

2014 2016

37th Lemon Exhibition book Yearbook D-ARCH ETH Zürich SCHOLARSHIP

2015.9 - Japan Public-Private Partnership Student 2016.6 Study Abroad Program 2017.4 - Taiju SASAKI scholarship for architectural 2018.3 student WORK EXPERIENCE short-term internship

2015.3, Jun AOKI & Associates 2017.5 -7 2015.4 Atelier ϕ (Hiroshi HARA) student assistant

2015.4 -7 Studio Takeshi ITO 2017.4 -7 Studio Koichi KATO LANGUAGE

Japanese (mother tongue) English (B2 level by CEFR)


1+2+3+(4)+... a House for 10 people

studio Pascal Flammer FS2016 The site could be anywhere for this project, since I decide to design from the interior, defining the space by people who live in and openings where you and light come in. there are no pre-existing conditions. At the same time, the simplicity of graphics makes me start perceiving architectural plans as a simple two-dimensional pattern, and vice versa. My proposal is to create the space based on this graphical quality: repetition & exception, proportion & disposition, enclosure & structure, SCALELESS & INFINITY. The graphical quality creates the relation of the parts to the whole, about both people and space; from the individuals to the community; and from the rooms to the architecture, or even to the city. That’s why I introduce repetition, exception, and numerical progression into my proposal. And when you are conscious of this structure resulting from the enclosure, you can get the feeling of infinity, both physically and metaphysically.

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H O U S I N G W I T H G E O M E T RY repetition & exception

in collaboration with H.Yokota, A.Yamamoto, and T.Suwa The simplicity of repetition makes geometric pattern attractive. And small exception doesn’t break this harmony, but emphasizes it. Beautiful cityscape is also made by this quality; repetitive typology and slightly changing facade. Therefore, I propose a geometric “residential� pattern to introduce a good architectural rhythm in one plot. The house plan based on the geometry changes gradually according to each floor. The more going up stairs, The more open and common the interior space becomes. The whole housing is also based on the rule of geometric house plan. And the gap between each house become a terrace or common space, which makes bulding facade changes step by step. External space is mainly divided into a big courtyard and small private gardens along the river. One schematic rule takes advantage of surroundings to make simple and rich space.

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M A S S H O U S I N G O N T H E P E R I P H E RY réinventer Paris

studio Christ & Gantenbein HS2015 When we talk about Paris, we usually mean the city “Intra muros”, which means within the walls as a defense system and today used as the ring road “Périphérique”. Outside of this ring, which corresponds approximately to the political border, spreads out a huge city, with infrastructure, logistics, industrial, residential district.

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This project is to investigate how these generic areas can be transformed with concrete plans of residential houses. Is it possible to create a contemporary form of urbanity to put house and city structure again in a relationship, as in that of Paris, which was caused by the transformations under Georges-Eugène Haussmann? We want to learn not only from Paris “intra muros”, but also from other modern cities, which was reserched as ‘typology transfer’ in years 1. E.Christ, V.Easton, C.Gantenbein (ed.), Typology: Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Review No. II, 2012 E.Christ, V.Easton, C.Gantenbein, C.Cattigo (ed.), Typology: Paris, Delhi, São Paulo, Athens. Review No. III, 2015

S.Holl, The Alphabetical City, 1980

Tudor City Prospect Tower, located along the East River in Manhattan, is considered as the first high-rise, high-density residential enclave in the world, which enacts a vision of a dense urban suburbia based on an ideal: ‘walk to work’. The vision of Fred French, the developer of Tudor City, was to create an apartment complex with a suburban ambience and a spirit of community. To create a preserve against the stench of the area along the East River, where a coaling station and a slaughterhouse used to stand, the buildings were designed to face metropolitan New York. This contrast is expressed through the difference of the facade, of decoration and windows. Prospect Tower’s “E”-shape plan is universal enough as S.Holl advocated 35 years ago 2. Such a alphabetical shape is the result of including natural sunlight and fresh air into the building, keeping existing urban fabric as it is. The combination of alphabetical plans also has this validity and make various kind of outer space with its various surface. This project consists of a various kind of court yards; closed court yard, car stop and semi-opend court yard with existing apartments. To respect the existing urban fabric, every elevation responds to the surroundings; monotonous south elevation against the Boulevard Périphérique and north elevation divided into small bulk facing to the walkingup residential area. Although each edge of this architecture reacts on different adjacent conditions in the city, which also influences the interior space, the architecture itself can retain the whole consistency. 25


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study for the two-dimensional space LINES AS A NONSCALE BORDER


study for the territorial Nolli plan LAKES AS AN INVERTED ARCHIPELAGO


1+2+3+(4)+... H O U S I N G W I T H G E OM E T RY M A S S H O U S I N G O N T H E P E R I P H E RY B E T W E E N T E R R I T O R Y & S PA C E

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