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SHOHEI YAMASHITA

I am a master student in fields of Urban & Architecture Design and Engineering, studying in Keio University and Politecnico di Milano as T.I.M.E Double Degree Programme. In bachelor at Keio Univ., I joined co+labo Radovic, urban & architecture design and research lab, focusing on Urbanity, Morphology and Human behaviors of the city. After that, I continued studying at Keio and Politecnico di Milano for a better understanding of Sustainable design regarding not only energy or technology but social, cultural aspects. The multidiscipline approach realizes a real sustainable design from urban to human scale. Form Follows Fiction, by Bernard Tschumi, well represents the point that the design of architecture should be Storytelling to the people.

PERSONAL DETAILS Nationality : Japanese Birth : 12.05.1994

EDUCATION 2017 | 2020

Master degree in the faculty of Architecture Engineering as a student of T.I.M.E Double Degree Program Thesis project: Adaptive Reuse Residential Stadium

CONTACT INFO Mail : s.yamashita.arch@gmail.com Instagram : arch.s.y LinkedIn : Shohei Yamashita Behance : Shohei Yamashita

Shohei Yamashita

LANGUAGES

2017 | 2020

2013 | 2017

2D:

Vectorworks AutoCAD

3D:

Rhinoceros Grasshopper Revit

Hand:

Model Sketch

Office:

Word Excel PowerPoint

Render:

V-Ray Lumion

Graphic: Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Analysis: Ladybug Honeybee

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BEng. at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Bachelor in System Design Engineering Urban and Architectral Design and Research in co+labo Thesis paper: Relationship between Morphology of Roji and Urban Affordance"

WORKSHOPS

SKILLS Windows Mac OSX

MEng. at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Master in Science and Technology, school of Science for Open and Environment System as T.I.M.E Double Degree student Urban and Architectral Design and Research in co+labo

Japanese : Mother Tongue English : Advanced Italian : Beginner

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MEng. at Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

2018 | 06

Transitional Space in Rowing Club, Milano, Italy Exploration of qualities of rowing club facing on Como lake as a transitional space from the city to the lake

2017 | 09

Plural in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia Discovery of a way to mitigate the gap between the central area in Belgrade and poor neighborhoods

2017 | 06

Gehl Workshop in Kanda, Tokyo, Japan Research of human behaviors in Kanda area, Tokyo, based upon Gehl Method established by Jahn Gehl.

2016 | 09

Island Tourism in Vis island, Vis, Croatia Promotion of island tourism in Vis with the video of renovation plan of abandoned areas or buildings

2016 | 03

What is Urban texture ?, Balcelona, Spain Deeply understanding the urban texture to solve currents problems by using the textile architecture pavilion


COMPETITION AWARDS 2018 | 12

FINALIST: Piggy in the Middle

2017 | 03

Internatinal Competition, Adaptive Reuse Residential Stadium

2018 | 01

1st Prize: Osmosis Market

Sendai Design League Diploma Design Architecture Competition, 9th / 500 in Preliminary Round

2017 | 02

Sustainable Multidisipnary Design Competition, Politecnico di Milano

2017 | 09

Honourable Mention: Node of the City JIA Kanagawa Architecture Diploma Design Competition, Jury Prize by Hosaka (4th),

1st Prize: Green Vessels

2016 | 10

Plural in Belgrade, Final Architectural Competition

2nd Prize: Node of the City Keio University Undergraduate Architecture Competition Shohei Yamashita

2017 | 07

Top 30: Node of the City

Top 10: Productive Patchwork Europan 14, International Competition, Productive City in Barcelona

ACTIVITIES / ACHIVEMENTS 2018 | 06

Infinity Sandwiches

2018 | 05

100 Highrise Residential Buildings

Newspaper

Published on Newspaper, Transitional Space Workshop

Publication

Research of 100 highrise residential buindings in Tokyo with the publication

2018 | 05

Umbrellecco

2017 | 03

Keio Architecture Year Book

Newspaper

Published on Newspaper, Conservation Studio

Publication

Design and Management of the publication, Graphical representation and Translation.

2018 | 01

Osmosis Market

Newspaper

Published on Newspaper, Sustainable Multidisipnary Design Competition

2017 | 11

East of Europe, West of Japan

Exhibition

Management of the exhibition in Politecnico di Milano, Leonardo campus, Italy

2017 | 04

Keio Architecture Exhibition

Exhibition

Design and Management of the exhibition in Keio university, Yokohama, Japan

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CONTENTS 2016 - 2018 Food Market

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02. Node of the City

Commercial Building

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03. ReciproCity

Apartment

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04. Hub & Hug

Urban Design

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05. Noroshi no Michishirube

Tourist Center

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06. Productive Patchwork

Social Housing

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07. Exploring the Waterfront

University

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08. Umbrelecco

Conservation Project

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01. Osmosis Market

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Osmosis Market 2017.9 - 2018.1 Local Food Market in Milan Sustainable Multidiscipline Design Process & Studio with Angie Paola, Zeinab Matar

Shohei Yamashita

1st Prize at Sustainable Multidiscipline Design Competition

URBAN

MARKET

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Sustainable Multidiscipline Design Process is to pursue the realization of sustainable architecture from multi-points of views with deep urban researches. The analysis is carried out based upon IMM Method, which the city is considered as Complex Adaptive System to analyze the intensity of city components. Osmosis Market is proposed as a part of eco-district close to a new residential area in an edge part of Milan. In the masterplan, two main axes roughly divide the open space following the main street located at south part, bringing some possible and continuous human activities described by the typology. Topography, human circulation, and sunlight are main parameters to deform behaviors of the market thanks to the permeability.

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Birdseye View

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Porto di Mare in Milan Porto di Mare is a project site hatched on the map. The site works as a threshold from Milano city to the countryside. For a better understanding of urban contexts, researches based on IMM method were carried out in neighborhoods.

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IMM Method Integrated Modification Model (IMM) Method is a procedure encompassing an open set of scientific techniques for morphologically analyzing the built environment in a multiscale manner and evaluating its performance in actual states or under specific design scenarios. The methodology is structured around a nonlinear phasing process aiming for delivering a systemic understanding of any given urban settlement, formulating the modification set-ups for improving its performance, and examining the modification strategies to transform that system. The basic assumption is the recognition of the built environment as a Complex Adaptive System.

Shohei Yamashita

Void and Porosity are detected as catalyzers for transportation since the weakness of the site is mainly generated by Void spaces in Porto di Mare. The valorization of the spaces and the mitigation of the boundary with Volume would be the main target to activate CAS in this area.

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01. Sports Installation

02. Urban Gym

03. Playing Park

04. Transportation

05. Event Space

06. Extended Market

07. Art Exhibition

08. Community Garden

09. Urban Farm

10. Organic Waste Pickup

11. Skating Park

12. Meeting Space

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18. Lighting Strategy

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Entrance from the south street

Permeability and Movement Providing the permeability of the site and the market itself operates human minds to invite the project area. Transparent areas are made of polycarbonate panels which has transparency and high thermal resist. Besides, the roof is structured by steel frames covered with ETFE to satisfy both the architectural and technological needs. Thanks to the deformability of the materials, the fluidity of the shape can be realized.

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Study at Architecture scale For developing the design of the market after masterplan, the ideas were shared between teammates through sketching and making models. Considering the influences of the market to outside, form finding was carried out. The process started with defining the preliminary shape and zoning to applying sustainable and technological idea using the schematic design.

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Physical Model The market model at 1/100 scale was made by using hand to understand physical impression of the building.

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The market illuminates outside by the lights from inside and People can see the stars thanks to the permeable roof.

Market on a Rainy day The ambiguous boundary appears on a rainy day, giving special experiences for visitors.

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Node of the City 2016.4 - 2017.2 Commercial Building in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan Final Design Project and Thesis at Keio University

Shohei Yamashita

9th, Sendai Design League Diploma Design Architecture Competition Honourable Mention, JIA Architecture Diploma Design Competition 2nd Prize, Keio University Undergraduate Architecture Competition

Roji is a characteristic narrow path between buildings to allow people to shortcut the city. At the same time, the atmospheric environment promotes human activities thanks to the smallness. Although Ginza, Tokyo, is the one of the commercialized city with skyscrapers, Roji appears like capirally vessels spreading into gaps. Therefore, This project explores the meaning and the behavior of Roji at urban, architecture and human scale. Node of the City is an abstract representation of how the building works as a part of the city. A new type of commercial building located in Ginza, Tokyo, involves 3D streets with affordance such as elements creating an identity of space. Globalization promoted by capitalism makes a city homogenization, which cast doubt "what is the identity of a city? ". Providing new pedestrian network improves accessibility to the sky.

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Right to the city. A New vertical pedestrian network activates the city. Then, people are absorbed by the power of architecture.

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Ginza, Tokyo Ginza is a project site hatched on the map. As the most commercialized city in Japan with expensive land prices, skyscrapers installs brand shops, creating a fancy townscape. At the same time, the narrow gaps between buildings are found at human scale.

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Morphology of Roji Morphological investigation was carried out to understand how the shape of Roji, narrow alley, has influenced human activities. The research demonstrated that the smallness prompted affordance on the street for several meanings. In other words, the presence of affordance generated by human activities is the way to collect elements creating a characteristic atmosphere.

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Study for Architectural Development Interpretation of morphological features of the city is required to go for architectural developments. Trends of the combination of shapes are detected as Complexity of shapes, Openness of the facade and Number of volumes facing on the alley. According to this analysis, form finding began to create 3D circulation with a characteristic atmosphere in order to express the identity of the city and invite people into the building.

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Ground Floor Plan The positions of gaps take into account existing alley in the city block or next block to give people chances to go through and go to. In-between spaces would be activated by functions and human activities, giving the characters to the alley.

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Physical Model A physical model represents what in-between spaces are like. In order to emphasize the street, walls are made of transparent materials to have a poetic impression.

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ReciproCity

Shohei Yamashita

2018.9 - 2018.12 Residential and Student Apartments in Milan Architectural and Sustainable Technological Design Studio with Renan Prandini, Ozlem Bozkaya, Paolo Tagni, Laura Galvani

Architectural and Sustainable Technological studio follows the multidiscipline approaches in terms of architectural design and engineering to realize a construction phase from a conceptual idea. Based on sustainable strategies that meet the needs in presence without compromising the needs in the future, nZEB, nearly zero energy building, is the final aim to integrate architectural inputs. Reciprocity is a mutual exchange of privileges to increase profits. Considerations of the reasons why people have to live together and what the benefits residents can gain from the experiences are the main theme to prompt spontaneous encounters both inside and outside due to the fact that overlapping of several functions or activities is derived from the complexity of the functional layout and morphological characters with ambiguous boundaries. These design choices also refer the environmental simulations from engineering points of view to achieve nZEB standards to reduce environmental loads.

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Via Serio, Milan Via Serio is a street located in the edge part of Milan close to Fondazione Prada. In neighborhoods, there are several universities related to art, architecture, and economics. Thus, the design intends to that kind of students and residents.

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The architectural design of the apartments is intended to integrate with sustainable techonologies and construction management. To do that, a holistic approach is required to develop the design, which demonstrates the idea is processed from conceptual design to the construction detail. Thus, the multidiscipline team is organized considering the backgrounds of architect, civil engineer, service engineer and structural engineer, and project manager.

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Birdseye View From North-West The building is enclosed by the secondary skin that identifies the architectural feature. At the ground level, public spaces appear with green spaces. Besides, the rooftop dedicates energy production and semi-public space for residents.

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Skin Design The secondary skin covers the discrete volumes to have a unity of the project. Thanks to the permeability of the facade, it is easy to control the privacy from the street and views from inside to outside. Besides, the movement of the facade leads pedestrian's eye into the public spaces such as the riverside or rooftop gardens to provide chance encounters. On the other hands, the skin works as a part of the shading system, preventing the solar radiation and decrease the probability of the glare which disturbs daylight comfort inside the rooms. The design is parameterized by using grasshopper to optimize the number of panels and to verify the structural resistance against dead loads and wind loads

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Politecnico Politecnico didi Milano Milano 2018/2019 2018/2019 Degree Degree : Building : Building and and Architectural Architectural Engineering Engineering

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Group Group 33 Cora Cora Pinto Pinto 896628 896628 Paolo Paolo Tagni Tagni825498 825498

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Özlem Bozkaya 886373 Tao Dong 892125

Özlem Özlem Bozkaya Bozkaya886373 886373 Tao Tao Dong Dong 892125 892125

Laura Galvani 831683 Renan Prandini 893682

Laura Laura Galvani Galvani 831683 831683 Renan Renan Prandini Prandini893682 893682

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Chilling in the Riverside Space between the residential apartment and the student dormitory works as a public space engaging the interactions of residents and visitors. The valorization of the existing river helps to develop social and environmental sustainability in the site.

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Sustainable building technology is applied to achieve nZEB standards. The main simulations are daylight simulations which verify the potentials of illuminance and daylight comfort, and energy simulations that help for decision making by the comparisons of each possible case. As the result has shown, the technological approach also could be one of the parameters to decide the form of the building, the balance between opaque and transparent areas, and installation of each equipment to ensure low energetic demand in the building.

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Atelier for students Atelier at the ground floor is provided for students who live inside and their friends in order to promote their field of study. Wooden elements are exposed from the wooden structure giving the sense of relief or intimacy to people.

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Hub & Hug

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2018.2 -2018.6 Urban Design in Lecco, Italy Urban Design + Studio with Luca Sironi, Andrea Bonaiti, Ozlem Bozlaya, Marco stellato, Anabel Sarmiento, Angie Paola

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Main goal of Urban Design Studio is the valorization of existing natural resources such as a river, lake, and mountain to improve green connections with the biodiversity. Analysis of the city of Lecco is conducted to understand urban contexts, opportunities and constraints with synthesis maps by layering, which helps to detect the catalyzers for transformations. Hub & Hug is a holistic approach to revitalize circulations of the city for the integration between natural and artificial networks. Hubs are installed at the intersections of physical barriers to mitigate the negative effects. Besides, the small pavilions dedicated to being the core of human activities with the sense of attachments as if hubs created the feeling of a hug, especially lake and mountain hubs. For further sustainable development, the network itself gradually grows around the city with green connections and chains of human activities.

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A vision of this project is creating a sustainable system. 5 goals, activating tourism, strengthening environmental systems, promoting social participation, the valorization of the mountain and improving mobility systems, are prepared to solve environmental, political, social, mobility and safety problems caused by the conflict between natural and physical elements of the city. Thus, connective hubs are designed at the intersections where physical and natural barriers conflict. Also, the strategy should have holistic views to mitigate problems and valorize the existing quality of the area.

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Idea of Creating New Network New network consists of 3 scales of hubs, urban, architecture, and human, connecting each other along the rivers and streets,

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Lake Hub Lake hub works as a public space for visitors. In addition, cyclists use as a starting point around the lake.

Analize existing functions

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Mountain Hub Mountain activities begin from this hub providing a restaurant, shops, and accommodations with the natural landscape.

Contexualize existing skelton

Invite flows of river and green

Create connections for circulation

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Noroshi no Michishirube

Shohei Yamashita

2017.4 - 2017.7 Tourist center in Yashima, Kagawa, Japan Architectural Design Studio + Internship with SANAA

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The main aim of the architectural design studio is a proposal for a visitor center at Yashima, Kagawa, Japan for the promotion of the city to increase the number of tourists. The studio is consisted of Keio Univ. and SANAA to develop the skill of architectural design. Kazuyo Sejima and other architects from SANAA advised the way of interpretations and perceptions for architectural features. The meaning of Noroshi no Michishirube is translated as a signpost by signal fire. The idea itself emphasizes the historical background and geographical character since this area was used as a place of fire to alert several accidents to citizens before the developed technology such as the phone was invented. Signal fire catches attention from the city with the activation of tourism as an iconic feature. The shape of architecture was developed with a lot of physical models to operate ventilation in accordance with fluid dynamics, providing a special experience to people.

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Yashima, Kagawa Yashima is the city developed with a cultural event, Setouchi international art festival and has developed transportation in the city, The tourist center locates at the top of the hill, working as an information point for visitors.

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Contexturalization Yashima faces on the sea with archipelago where art festivals are being held. Each small island has own exhibition designed by artist s or architects. The shapes follow the natural element represented by organic forms or curves. The inspiration of a tourist center is also derived from the natural movement and as an architectural building, the shape provides special experiences inside or outside.

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Study of Fluid Dynamics to Architecture

Create flow by an atmospheric pressure.

Increase the wind flow by collect effect.

Make wind flow up with curved surface.

Create negative pressure.

Let wind flow go around by holes.

Lead wind into the hole by piloti effect.

STUDY OF WIND FLOW - 4 Vertical shapes - 4 Horizontal shapes

Operate wind flow by curvature of walls.

Protect visitors by curved walls.

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Organizations of spaces are followed by plenty of study physical models in order to understand the scale or distance of built elements. The goal of the form-finding process is to make the boundary between inside and outside ambiguous since the center has public functions, reading topographical characters to design the landscape.

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Atelier Space

Signal Fire Square +0

Information Counter +200

Entrance Hall +400

280 m

285 m

Ground Floor Plan

286 m

285 m

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Street View The shape of the walls creates the permeability to outside, providing not only visual connections but wind flow.

Interior View The interior spaces are used as the exhibition spaces or the information desk for tourists who visit this area.

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Outdoor Observation Deck +3500

Outdoor Observation Deck +5000

Noroshi no Michishirube

Outdoor Auditorium +1000

Indoor Deck +6000

Multipurpose Room +4000

2nd Floor Plan

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Birdseye View

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Noroshi no Michishirube

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Productive Patchwork 2017.5 - 2017.7 Social housing in Barcelona, Spain with Ivan Filipovic, Andrea Bonaiti, Yukie Takasu, Hisamu Yamamori, Mei Morimoto, Takuomi Samejima, Shun Kato, Yumi Ishii

Shohei Yamashita

Top 10 at Europan 14, International Competition

The project is based on the Europan 14 international competition 2017 with the theme "Productive Cities" to enhance an intensity of the selected 35 area in european contries. Canyelles in Barcelona, Spain, is one of the target city, and the idea should implement with sustainable scheme including social housing and read existing contexts such as green spaces and sports facilities. The proposal consists of housing, agriculture and public spaces ragarding to environmental sustainability. The building and landuse are considered as a production system to supply their needs onsite. Besides, urban agriculture realized by participations of residents activates the area with poor industry. At the same time, flexible units for self-build oriented provide the diversity of usage with patchwork to increase social interactions between residents, producing agricultural crops.

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Productive Patchwork

Masterplan

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Schematic Idea for Sustanability Mediterranean climate of Catalonia provides ample possibilities for cultivation of various types of agricultural products to occur in the project site. The design proposal has four distinguishable types of vegetable patches.

Tomato

Mini Tomato

Paprika

Corn

Onion

Garlic

Olive

Cucumber String Bean Cabbage

Lettuce

Basil

Corriander

Potato

Nuts

Almond

Soybean

Cotton

Apple

Strawberry

Mango

Apricot

Peach

Orange

Lemon

Grapefruit

Banana

Fig

Plum

Passion Fruit

Grape

Muscut

Pears

Lime

Kiwi

Melon

Pepper

Carrot

Black Pepper

Rooftop Hydroponic Wheat

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135 Dwellings 405 People

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Typology 1: 67 m2

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Typology 2: 75 m2

Typology 3: 52 m2

Typology 4: 55 m2


Productive Patchwork

View form rooftop

Street View

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Patchwork by Residents The patchwork activities are enhanced by residents thanks to the flexible frame structures. Depending on the usage, the human activities could have a variety and those would overlap, creating secondary events.

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Trellis Farm

Agriculture Patch

Garden

Park

Bocce Field

Market

Cafe

Exhibition Space

Ampitheatre

Workshop


Productive Patchwork

Gym

Sports Court

Jogging Course

Shops

Performance Space

Playground

Hammocks

Petting Zoo

X-Games

Bike Parking

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Exploring the Waterfront 2016.5 - 2016.7 Fishery University in Venice, Italy Y.A.C International Competition with Nicolo Panzeri, Enrico Sterle, Sotaro Miyatake, Soyoka Tsuji, Shota Kusano, Ayumu Magome, Daisuke Kobayashi, Yukie Takasu, Mayuko Mikogami, Mei Morimoto

Shohei Yamashita

UNIVERSITY OF POVERIA

The project is based on the Young Architects Competitions University: Island Competition with the aim of valorization of abondoned island in Venice, Poveglia island. The surrounding sea was polluted because of the presence of lagoon and this island was dismissed because of plague epidemic. However, the favorable position close to venice island has been paid attentions to increase economical and social profits for venice, inviting students from all over the world. The purposal of a fishery university in Poveglia, Venice is to provide an opportunity for better understanding about ecological system and for learning how to apply the knowledge to the polluted sea of Venice using the natural ecosystem such as plants and animals with the potential of filtering. New functions and buildings create a sustainable cycle of water to circulate cleaned water passed through the island.

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Legend 1: Laboratory 2: Classroom

8: Cafe

15: Wood Process

9: Restaurant

16: Wood Storage

3: Experiment

10: Dock

17: Museum

4: Library

11: Entrance

18: Market

5: Accommodation 12: Exhibition

19: Fisherman

6: Office

13: Industry

20: Plaza

7: Auditorium

14: Repairing

Master Plan

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Role of Fishery University The water quality around the island can be cleaned up by applying some items to the polluted water. Typical items that can be used to purify the waters of this island are shells, wood charcoal, reeds and water plants. Each of these items gives positive effects on the water by absorbing harmful substances. The upgrade of the water quality fosters rich environment on the waterfront.

Transition of Building Layouts

Place three research laboratories on the waterfront

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Build more volumes parallel to the improvement of the water quality

Increased number of volumes and purified water encourages activities around the island


Exploring the Waterfront

Purifying Venetian Water from the University

Spread of Purification

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B'

Classroom

Experiment Laboratory

A'

Accommodation

Cafe

Exhibition

Entrance B Industry

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Wood storage

Industry

A

Exhibition

Cafe A-A' Section

Experiment B-B' Section

Functional Layout The classrooms and the laboratories face the canal between two islands, connected by the bridge and the pathway for ships. The educational program offers an experimental study with water.

Floating Unit

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Woodprocess

Classroom D'

Library

Theater

Repairing C

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Floor Plan

Repairing C-C' Section

Classroom

D-D' Section

Exploring the Waterfront

Library

Lecture Room

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Umbrellecco

Shohei Yamashita

2018.2 - 2018 - 6 Conservation Project in Lecco, Italy Conservation Design + Studio with Luca Sironi, Federico Lucchi, Ozlem Bozlaya, Angie Paola, Marina Ryhzkova

Conservation studio requires field researshes in site based on the definition of conservative laws. Conservation or Refurbishment design is required to maintain historical buildings. For preservation, geometrical, material and damage survey must be carried out to complete any interventions. Then, new cultural and academic functions are installed in order to attract people to realize the value of tower and building, as if an umbrella opened in Lecco to catch existing function. The project of Umbrellecco has launched to give new value to the historical abondoned area including faini factory and open space. The site also has a bell tower that bahaves iconic building in Lecco. Therefore, several functions like library, cafe and exhibition, are installed as the module units in the historical building to catch attentions from outside in order to create a cultral or tourist central point since the city doesn't have such a point. The role of bell tower and faini buildings is described as an umbrella to cover main existing functions.

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Geometric Surv Survey of Plans

Not-accessible area

Geometric Survey Measures of Triangula

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671

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630

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Triangulation Politecnico di Milano, Polo Territoriale di Lecco Master of Science in Architectural Engineering

Conservation + Studio - A.A. 2017-2018 Prof. Elisabetta Rosina, Arch. Alessia Silvetti

Group 01

Ex Faini Area Lecco City Center

Angie Paola Aguilera Ortiz (896391) Marina Ryzhkova (895350)

Federico Lucchi (818218) Shohei Yamashita (894192)

Ozlem Bozkaya (886373) Luca Sironi (793595)

Geometric Survey Survey of Plan with Triangulations

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Masterplan & Field Research The architectural concept, umbrellecco, demonstrates the city of Lecco is united by the umbrella that places on the site, giving the information to the citizens and visitors to emphasize touristic locations. The conservated building and bell tower work as an icon of the city. At the same time, installed functions such as a cafe or library attract people and the activities would be a part of life.

Valorizie Faini area with bell tower

Faini becomes a part of life

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Intervention Plan/Section Before executions of any intervention, deep fieldwork is required to collect precise data of the buildings and to verify which parts of buildings are valuable to conservative. After that, the intervention plan is submitted, which is colored red, new structure and yellow, demolish part. The proposal must follow the conservative rule such as the new structure is reversible, compatible with the building and the used material, and barrier-free design for disabled people.

Faini Building

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Axnometric Projection Several functions, workshop space, exhibition, cafe. multipurpose, and library with study space are installed regarding the needs of neighborhoods.

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Ex Faini Area Lecco City Center

Group 01

Angie Paola Aguilera Ortiz (896391) Marina Ryzhkova (895350)

Ozlem Bozkaya (886373) Luca Sironi (793595)

Federico Lucchi (818218) Shohei Yamashita (894192)

Scale 1:100

Architectural Project Constructions and Demolitions Plan and Section

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Politecnico di Milano, Polo Territoriale di Lecco Master of Science in Architectural Engineering

Intervention Plan

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NEWS/JOURNEY/MAGAZINE

Umbrelecco

KIDS BOOK TECHNOLOGY

STUDY AREA

ART BOOK

PHILOSOPY

WORKSHOP

HEAD OFFICE

SECRETARY

LIBRARY A HISTORY

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CAFE

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Ground Floor Plan

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SECTION A-A

WORKSHOP

NEW TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

OLD PARMENENT EXHIBITION

CAFE

HEAD OFFICE

SECRETARY

LIBRARY

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Roof : Tavelli with white surface Transparent materials with wooden frames Wooden beam

Wall : Plaster finishing wall surface

Surrounding Wall : Historical wall

Box : Polycar Metal pl Metal fla Laminat Nail for Wooden Aluminiu Sandwic Prefabri Ground: Vegitation Tree Green grasses Flower

Street : Asphalt based street

GL ±0

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Section perspective

Modular Boxes Application of Modular box is helpful to realize the flexible space depending on situations. At the same time, it ensures smooth human circulations and thematic spaces for activities.

Two-layer polycarbonate roof with air gap inbetween Sandwich panel composed by:1,2cm OSB panel + 12cm rockwool plate + 1,2cm OSB panel. Total thickness: 14cm U = 0.27 W/m²K Windows: Wooden frame, double pane glass Uw = 1,2 W/m²K

Annual Energetic Consumptions (kWh/year)

Prefabricated structure composed by modular portals in Glulam C22 XLAM slab (15cm) + Polyurethan insulation panel (5cm) + load distribution layer + finishing layer of wooden plank. U=0.29 W/m²K

26kWh/m2year

Steel tubular profile to position the box to the floor

Daylight Factor and Illuminance

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Beam : Wooden Beam

Pillar : Concrete

Workshop Space

Temporary Exhibition

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Permanent Exhibition

Pavilion : Metal pavilion Temporary use Exhibited materials : Used machines Used tools Floor: Mortar finishing

Metal plate for fixing of polycarbonate roof Metal flashing for protection

Metal flashing for protection and cladding layer

Umbrelecco

Polycarbonate roof composed by panels

Polycarbonate roof composed by 2 layers with air gap inbetween Metal plate for the fixing of polycarbonate roof

Laminated wooden beam Metal plate for fixing connection Laminated wooden beam Nail for the fixing Nail for the fixing Laminated Wooden beam 12x20cm Metal Plate for the fixing connection between beam and pillar Laminated Wooden beam

Nail for the fixing Wooden structure for the opaque facade Aluminium sheet vapour barrier, t = 0.02 cm

Nail for the fixing

Wooden structure for the opaque facade

Aluminium sheet vapour barrier, thickness 0.02cm

Sandwich panel composed by:1,2 cm OSB panel + 10 cmrockwool plate +1.2 cm OSB

Thickness: 14 cm , U=0,27 W/m²K

Prefabricated structure in Glulam C22

Prefabricated structure in Glulam C22

Permanent Exhibition

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Sandwich panel composed by: 1.2cm OSB panel + 10cm rockwool plate + 1.2 cm OSB panel. Total Thickness: 12 cm , U=0.27 W/m²K

Prefabricated structure in Glulam C22

Prefabricated structure in Glulam C22

Nail for the fixing Metal plate for fixing connection Finishing layer of wooden thickness 1cm plank Finishing layerplank, of wooden Load distribution layer (pavilastra), thickness Load distribution layer, t = 1.25 cm 1.25cm Wooden structurestructure for the opaque for facade Wooden the opaque facade Polyurethan insulation panel, thicnkess 5cm, Polyurethan insulation panel, t = 5cm λ=0.023 W/mK Aluminium sheet vapour barrier, thickness 0.02cm

Metal Plate for the fixing connection between pillar and slab

Exhibited materials : Used machines Used tools

Nail for the fixing Structured slab in XLAM, t = 150 mm

Nail for the fixing

Structural slab in XLAM, thickness: 150mm

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Inside perspective : Before

Inside perspective : After

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Exhibition Space Umbrelecco

Cafeteria

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