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SHOHEI YAMASHITA

Assistant Architect at Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architect in Paris, France. A master of science student studying in Japan and Italy through a double degree program to realize sustainable architecture with multidisciplinary views, urban & architectural design and architectural engineering. The holistic approach pursues a vernacular architecture with environmental and energetic points of view. Besides I strongly believe that considerations of urbanity help circulate human flows in cities with a quality of life and preserving local life. Form Follows Fiction, by Bernard Tschumi, well represents my philosophy 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: Re-stadium Rethinking sports facilities for adaptive reuse

LANGUAGES Japanese : Mother Tongue English : Advanced Italian : Beginner German : Beginner

MSc. at Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

2017 | 2020

MSc. 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

Shohei Yamashita

CONTACT INFO yamaxile6512@gmail.com

2013 | 2017

BSc. 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"

+33 06 76 13 53 44 yamaxile / Arch.s.y live:yamaxile6512 shohei-yamashita-91906b178

WORK EXPERIENCE

SKILLS 2019 | 11

Assistant Architect: Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects

5 months

Working as an assistant architect in Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects in Paris, France

2019 | 04

Teaching Assistant: Architectural Design Studio

4 months

Working as an assistant at the architecture design studio in Keio Graduate school in Japan from April 2019

2018 | 08

Internship: Takenaka Corporation

Word Excel PowerPoint

1 month

Doing an internship in Takenaka corporation in the second half of Summer, 2017. Design of the factory in Niigata, Japan

V-Ray Lumion

2018 | 07

Internship: Nihon Sekkei

1 month

Doing an internship in Nihon Sekkei in the first half of Summer, 2017. Design of the elementary school in Chiba, Japan

OS:

Windows Mac OSX

2D:

Vectorworks AutoCAD

3D:

Rhinoceros Grasshopper Revit

Hand:

Model Sketch

Office:

Render:

Graphic: Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Analysis: Ladybug Honeybee

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2015 | 03

Part time: Model Maker, Takenaka Corporation

2.5 years

Part-time job for physical model making in Takenaka corporation from March 2015 to July 2017.


COMPETITION AWARDS 2019 | 11

1st Prize: Re-stadium

2017 | 07

Europan 14, International Competition, Productive City in Barcelona

Youth Activity Building The Future, Master thesis project competition in Polimi 2019 | 11

Finalist: Beyond Cultivation

2017 | 03

1st Prize: Avalanche-scape

2017 | 02

Mention: Mosaic Market

2016 | 10

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

Competitions for Designers, Italian Tradition Market 2018 | 12

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

Comprehensive Design Workshop 2019, Master Student Competition 2019 | 06

Semi-Finalist: Node of the City Sendai Design League Diploma Design Architecture Competition, 9th / 500 in Preliminary Round

Young Architecture Competition (YAC), Sports Citadel in Torin 2019 | 07

Top 10: Productive Patchwork

FINALIST: Piggy in the middle Internatinal Competition, Adaptive Reuse Residential Stadium

2018 | 01

1st Prize: Osmosis Market

2017 | 09

Shohei Yamashita

Sustainable Multidisipnary Design Competition, Politecnico di Milano

1st Prize: Green Vessels Plural in Belgrade, Final Architectural Competition

ACTIVITIES / ACHIVEMENTS 2019 | 07

Behaviors of Sports facilities

2018 | 06

Transitional Space, Milano, Italy

Symposium

CDW International Symposium, Presentation & Discussion

Workshop

Exploration of qualities of rowing club facing on Como lake as a transitional space from city to lake

2018 | 06

Infinity Sandwiches

2017 | 09

Plural in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia

Newspaper

Published on Newspaper, Transitional Space Workshop

Workshop

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

2018 | 01

Osmosis Market

2017 | 06

Gehl Workshop in Kanda, Tokyo, Japan

Newspaper

Published on Newspaper, Sustainable Multidisipnary Design Competition

Workshop

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

2017 | 11

East of Europe, West of Japan

2016 | 09

Island Tourism in Vis island, Croatia

Exhibition

Management of the exhibition in Politecnico di Milano, Leonardo campus

Workshop

Promotion of island tourism in Vis with the video of renovation plan of abandoned areas or buildings

2016 | 05

100 Highrise Residential Buildings

2016 | 03

What is Urban texture ?, Balcelona

Publication

Typological Research of 100 highrise residential buindings in Tokyo

Workshop

Deeply understanding of urban texture to solve current problems by using the textile pavilion.

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Re - Stadium 2018.9 - 2019.6 Residential Football Stadium in NewYork Final Project / Thesis in Politecnico di Milano, Keio Univ. with Olena Kopytina, Renan Prandini

Shohei Yamashita

1st Prize, Youth Activity Building The Future, Competition in Polimi Finalist, Internatinal Competition, Adaptive Reuse Residential Stadium

Residential stadium is a thesis project both in Politecnico di Milano and Keio University to achieve adaptive reuse of the football stadium transforming residential village after the World Cup event in U.S.A in 2026. The host city, New York, is one of the megacities to have a huge population, which induces the shortage of affordable housing for low- and middle-income citizens. Thus, a realization of sustainable transformation is of great importance for adapting or mitigating current situations. Re-stadium is oriented to develop the transformation with the words starting from Re- with the prefabrication technology for fast and cheap construction that meets any demands and requirement for the use of football stadium and residential function. Besides, the building mass include mixed functions to create a better relationship with neighborhoods in Brooklyn, considering contexts of the city and human life. Therefore, holistic approaches in terms of urban, architecture design, building technology, and structural engineering are required. The mixed culture and background team from Japan, Brazil, and Ukraine tackled this challenge.

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Re - Stadium

Birdseye view after World Cup

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Invitation of World Cup 2026 in NYC Park

Soccer Field

Transport

Cultural Event Space

Entrance&Tickets

Gym

Observatory

Transport

VIP Backyard

Pool

Administration

Garden

Theatre

Restuarant

Shop Office

Fitness

Social Units 6

Commercial Units


Re - Stadium

But... the city needs Affordable Housing Water Collection

Transport

Residence Residence Park

Emergency Food Supply

Residence

Park Waste Management Residence

Residence

Emergency Food Supply

Food Bank Waste Management

Energy Units

Residence

Residence Residence

Residential Units 7


Site Inspiration

Bacyard from inside

Outdoor Parties

Picnics

Cultivating Plants

#01 Mega City

03-05 vs

03-05

Life inside the city block

Site Inspiration Facade`s characteristics

Life inside the city block

Site Inspiration

ga City

Painted Brick Facade

Apartments Above Retail

Garden

Lounge

Painted Brick Facade

Outdoor Parties

Bbq

Outdoor Parties

Cultivating Plants

Apartments

Traditional Brick Facade

Plaster Facade

Apartments Above Retail

Cultivating

Painted Traditional Brick Brick FacadeFacade

Cultivating Plants

Picnics

Apartments

haracteristics

Bbq

Picnics

Apartments Above Retail

Plaster Facade

Unity With Nature

Playgrounds

Traditional Brick Facade

Plaster Facade

Swimming Pools

Closed Retail

MC Carren Park

Greenpoint waterfront Manhattan

Street art Abandoned Industrial Building

Loft Appartment

Unity With Nature

Playgrounds

Swimming Pools

MC Carren Pool Baseball Field

Closed Retail

Unity With Nature

MC Carren Pool

Graffiti

Murals

Playgrounds

Swimming Pools

Greenpoint waterfront

Historical Landmark Manhattan

Closed Retail Abandoned Industrial Building

Greenpoint waterfront

Loft Appartment

Services

Manhattan

Place for Sunbathing

Graffiti

Murals

trial Building

Loft Appartment Warehouse

Street Art

Parks

Trash Regeneration of the Waterfront

Graffiti

Murals

New Developments

Sport Facilities

Walking Cycling Path

Bacyard from inside 28

Piknic Spot

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Pool

Warehouse

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Street Art

Parks

Trash

MC Carren Market

New Developments

Regeneration of the Waterfront

Sport Facilities MC Carren Park

Warehouse

Parks

Trash Regeneration of the Waterfront

Apartments

New Developments

Sport Facilities 29

Apartments

Garden

Lounge

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Cultivating

MC Carren Pool Historical Landmark

MC Carren Park

Saturday Market

Services

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MC Carren Pool

Place for Sunbathing

Baseball Field

Walking Cycling Path Piknic Spot

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Pool

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MANIFEST

Toward the livable village from the stadium

URBAN SCALE

RE - generation

RE - habilitation

We improve urban infrastructure system with green strategy.

We solve social problems in Brooklyn.

RE - vitalization

RE - silience

We enhance the community of the Mc Careen park area.

We strengthen urben resilience against unexpected disasters.

RE - development

RE - volution

We transform urban morphology with huge architecture.

We move on the next step with sustainble approaches.

RE - use

RE - furbishment

We propose the way of adaptive reuse of stadium.

We use the skelton as much as possible for transformation.

RE - cycling

RE - fusion

We consider recylce method to reduce wastes of materials.

We arrange functions to promote synergy.

RE - novation

RE - production

We convert existing functions into required programs.

We produce energy from renewable resource.

Re - Stadium

ARCHITECTURE SCALE

HUMAN SCALE

RE - sidentializing

RE - population

We ensure residential activities in the staium.

We accomodate people against population increase.

RE - lationship

RE - flection

We connect habitats and spaces to have strong relationships.

We reflect the policy of local community to grow up together.

RE - creation

RE - action

We offer various activities to spend livable life in the village.

We react public trends to satisfy the needs of habitats.

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Middle New York

City Block Typology

Brookyn City Block

RE-STADIUM

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Multifunctional Backyard

Stadium Requirement


square Tennis court Vacant lot

Baseball court Child park Baseball court

Basketball

Handball Dog run

Track

Pool

Skate park

2. NEIGHBORHOOD ANALYSIS

3. HUMAN CIRCULATION

4. MASS OF STADIUM

Re - Stadium

1. MC CARREN PARK

Transportation hub

Transportation hub

Main square Youth Park

Main square Youth Park

Small cafe

Child park Baseball court

Basketball

Small cafe

Child park Baseball court

Football Field Dog run

Courtyard Pool

Parking

Basketball

Skate park

5. PROPOSAL OF NEW ACTIVITY

Dog run

Platform

Handball & Tennis court

Pool

Skate park

6. TRANSFORMATION AFTER THE EVENT

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New village has a variety of social activities through sports

Masterplan During World Cup

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STADIUM USE 2026 In 2026 the stadium holds World Cup matches in the field with the capacity of 40,000. Two levels of view stands and corner parts work for spectators to watch events and the others install mixed-functions.

1. TRANSPORTATON

2. SERVICE CORE

3. RESTAURANT

4. SPORTS GYM

5. RETAILS

6. ADMIN/OFFICE

7. PLAYERS' SPACE

8. FOOTBALL FIELD

9. MEDIA

10. VIP/SKY BOX

11. STAND

12. PARKING


Re - Stadium

RESIDENTIAL USE 2027After the mega event, the stadium is transformed into the village whose has the mixed functions and residential units in the volume. All of the space is able to turn out for the realization of a lively life.

1. TRANSPORTATON

2. SERVICE CORE

3. RESTAURANT

4. SPORTS GYM

5. RETAILS

6. OFFICE

7. TOURIST FACILITY

8. COURTYARD

9.COMMUNITY GARDEN

10. RESIDENTIAL UNIT

11. ROOFTOP

12. PARKING

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Post world cup, courtyard view

Ground Floor Plan

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Re - Stadium

Cross Section

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SCHEMATIC SECTION FOR SUMMER

DF: Verification if the artificial light is required or not.

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sDA: Verification of illumination level.


Corner Building TYPE2

TYPE3

3 Modules = 2 Apartments

3 Modules = 2 Apartments

3 Modules = 2 Apartments

TYPE4

TYPE5

TYPE6

2 Modules = 1 Apartment

2 Modules = 1 Apartment

2 Modules = 1 Apartment

Re - Stadium

TYPE1

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SCHEMATIC SECTION FOR WINTER

Underlit: Pointing out where sunlight does not reach enough.

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ASE: Possibilities of glare and overheating.


Re - Stadium

1 2x12.5 mm plasterboards 200 mm C-profile 100 mm Mineral insulation Metal decking profile 50 mm concrete screed Waterproof and airtight membrane 2x100 mm XPS insulation 50 mm white gravel 2 15 mm plaster with fiber mesh 150 mm Polystyrene Insulation 12.5 mm Plywood 100 mm Soft insulation 50 mm air cavity

3 150 mm C-profile Metal decking 150 mm concrete slab 150 mm EPS insulation 150 mm White gravel 4 Vertical brise soleil: 155 mm movable blades 5 Triple glazing door

6 Top module floor: 7 Raised underfloor construction 10 . 20 mm Wood flooring Waterproof membrane . 100 mm EPS insulation 100 mm concrete screed . 15 mm plywood sheathing Metal decking . 200 mm C-profiles at 600 mm 100 mm C-profile joist . 100 mm Mineral Insulation Suspended ceiling . 12.5 Plywood board 96x16 mm finishing wood tiles 50 mm Construction gap 8 Glass parapet Bottom module ceiling: 60x12.5 mm stainless steel bars at 800 mm .15 mm Plywood board .100 mm C-section joists at 600 mm 9 Triple glazing window, PVC framing U = 0.96 W/m²K; SHGC = 0.43 . Resilient bars VT = 0.35 . 2x12.5 mm Plasterboards

Raised underfloor construction Waterproof membrane 100 mm XPS insulation Airtight membrane 100 mm concrete screed Insulated bottom module ceiling

Blow up S = 1/40

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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

RURAL

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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Osmosis Market

Birdseye View

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URBAN

MARKET

INVESTIGATION OF THE CONTEXT IN MILAN BY IMM METHOD Countryside in Milan

Healthy food and drinkable water

The contextualization of milan is based on analyzing the built environment in a multiscale manner and evaluating its performance in actual states or under specific design scenarios.Void and Porosity are detected as catalyzers for transformation since the weakness of the site is mainly generated by Void spaces, which requires the valorization of the spaces and the mitigation of the boundary between void and volume.

Horizontal Investigation

Promote sustainable system

MILAN

Scientific research and food education

According to the horizontal investigation we took as a catalyzer of transformation: Transportation, voids and functions.

Improvement proposal Punctual Local

â– CONNECTED OPEN SYSTE

Transition

Shohei Yamashita

Accesibility

Milan

Porto di Mare

market

countryside

â– DIAGRAM - How to develop the ma Reading Context Transition Integration

Integration City

Countryside

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In between

2

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Vertical Investigation

Osmosis Market 25


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How can the Food Market contribute to City of Milan?

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Osmosis Market

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OSMOSIS AS A CONCEPTUAL IDEA

INTERIOR VIEW AT NIGHT

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Osmosis Market

Entrance view

Elevation

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Detail section

ENTRANCE VIEW IN RAINY DAY

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Osmosis Market

Schematic Design

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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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DESIGN OF A LIVELY SKYSCRAPER

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Node of the City

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PHYSICAL MODEL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN Composition of gaps between the volumes creates continuity to 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 characters to the alley.

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Small Alley Transition

Definition ・ Car free alley ・ Ability to pass through ・ In-between space of buildings ・ Semi-private/public space

Back Space

Small alleys are gradually disappearing

Node of the City

Shortcut

Space as the backyard of buildings

Bring the diversity for human circulations

Sunlight

Community

Sunlight comes through the gap

Works as the community space

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION Each shop has a different typology of shape, depending on the 3-dimensional position. People can choose either outside or inside to walk around, exploring new discovery in the building which increases circulation.

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1230

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6950

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外壁仕上げ モルタル グレー系

路地空間 (1階部)

985

Node of the City

通りから続くタイル張

床仕上げ 無垢フローリング バーチ

1250

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2230

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4475

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カフェ:キッチン

物販ショップ 店内

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PHYSICAL MODEL A physical model represents what in-between spaces are like, giving the ambiences. The transparent walls in this model emphasize corridors of this building, letting people feel the continuity of outside and inside.

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ブランドショップ 店内 本屋:店内

1000

階段(ショップ) W = 1500 mm H = 180 mm D = 220 mm

天井 ラワン合板 目透かし張り

2500

外壁仕上げ モルタル グレー系

路地空間 (上部階)

500

高窓 はめ殺し窓

Node of the City

床仕上げ 無垢フローリング バーチ

カフェ:店内

高窓 はめ殺し窓

4500

階段(外部空間) W = 1200 mm H = 220 mm D = 210 mm

壁仕上げ 化粧合板

500

アパレルショップ 店内

路地空間 (1階部)

階段(カフェ) W = 1500 mm H = 200 mm D = 220 mm

天井 構造用合板

3500

アパレルショップ 休憩室

床仕上げ 化粧合板

基礎

通りから続くタイル張

GL

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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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ReciproCity

Birdseye view

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CREATING RECIPROCITY, BEING RECIPROCITY

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Living Room

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Living Room

Kitchen

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Room

Room

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+4.80

Entrance

+4.20

Office

GL

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3F

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Atelier

Office

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Parking

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Residence Student

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Legend Common Space

Student Room

Atelier

Residential Room

Cafe

Residence Student

Residence Outside Garden Student

Residence Student

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04. CONNECTION WITH OUTSIDE ECTION WITH OUTSIDE

Service

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Kitchen Office

Student Room Residential Room Rooftop Terrace

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Roof Garden R

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10.43

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150x 180

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12.21

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240x 250

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UP

80x 180

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LIVING ROOM 70 m²

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Room 28 m²

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10.46

4.00

2.00

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4.00

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18.42 3.00

12.38

2.95

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240x 250

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4.00

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4.58

15.42

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4.00

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2nd Floor Plan

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THE BUILDING SKIN PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE

- PERMEABLE BOUNDARY -

- MOVEMENT OF THE FACADE -

ARCHITECTURAL INPUT

ARCHITECTURAL INPUT

ARCHITECTURAL INPUT

- SOLAR RADIATION -

- DAYLIGHT COMFORT -

- PARAMETRIZATION -

TECHNOLOGICAL INPUT

TECHNOLOGICAL INPUT

TECHNOLOGICAL INPUT

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- UNITY OF THE BUILDINGS -

North Elevation

Atelier View

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5

10

20 m


Blow Blowup upSS==1/20 1/20 Skin Skinpart part

+16.4 m +16.4 m

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

+16.9 m +16.9 m

0.7 0.7 mm

+12.4 m +12.4 m

Sustainable Sustainable Building Building Technologies TechnologiesStudio Studio Professor Professor : eng. : eng. Matteo Matteo Brasca Brasca

Blow up S = 1/20 Skin part

+16.4 m

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

+16.9 m

ReciproCity

0.7 m

Sustainable Building Technologies Studio Professor : eng. Matteo Brasca

+12.4 m

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

+4.8 m +4.8 m

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

Group 3 Cora Pinto 896628 Paolo Tagni 825498

+4.8 m

Shohei Shohei Yamashita Yamashita 894192 894192 Hamid Hamid Reza Reza Zareei Zareei893503 893503

Shohei Yamashita 894192 Hamid Reza Zareei 893503

Blow up of the facade

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Caretta Caretta Pavilion

Shohei Yamashita

2018.9 - 2018.12 Parametric Design, Pavilion Alagadi sea turtle beach in Cyprus Design Optioneering studio with Renan Prandini, Ozlem Bozkaya

Parametric design becomes new trend after constructivism in the field of architectural design and engineering. The final goal of this studio is proposing pavilion by using a parametric software, Rhinocerous with plug-in Grasshopper, with deep understanding the basic of the process. This method provides us plenty of design choices by controled parameters. Furthermore, grasshopper can carry out environmental simulations using ladybug or honeybee to loop the output to the design. Caretta Caretta Pavilion is proposed at Alagadi beach in Cyprus for the protection of turtle's life such as hatching and laying eggs on the beach. In addition, the municipality tries to promote tourism in the beach since the main industry in Cyprus relies on tourism. The parametrized pavilion is controled by hatching points, path ways for people and turtle, sun direction and the scale of the beach to divide better boundary between human and turtle. Thanks to the flexibility of the shape, the idea of pavilion can be applied in several beaches where sea turtle hatches.

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Caretta Caretta Pavilion

10 m

5

0

Plan S = 1/100

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Control points for deforming the shape 4

5

TopoGraphy

2

3 6

Meshing from 6 curves

1

Section

Curve 1

Parameter 1. 3

2

Parameter 1: Hatching Points

Parameter 1. 3

Curve 3

Parameter 1. 3

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Curve 2

Crv 1.2.3.4.5.6

Parameter 2: Sun Direction

Crv 4.5

Parameter 3: Sea Direction

Crv 1.2.3.4.5.6

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Curve 4

Parameter 1.2.3

Curve 5

Parameter 1.2.3

Curve 6

Parameter 1. 3


Modeling: Horizontal Pieces

Modeling: Vertical Spacers

Options P1: Hatching points

r' =

The closer to hatching points the curve is, the farther the curve is.

r

A*

Base case (A =1)

Case 2 (A =1.4)

Case 3 (A =1.6)

Caretta Caretta Pavilion

P2: Sun Direction

Case 1 (A =1.2)

The height of the pavilion at south side is raised to create shadow. h(m)

Base case (0.2<h<0.8)

P3: Sea Direction

Case 1 (0.2<h<1.2)

Case 2 (0.2<h<1.8)

Case 3 (0.2<h<2.4)

The bottom of the pavilion close to sea is raised to allow turtles to pass through.

h' (m)

Base case (h'=0)

P4 : Modeling

Case 1 (14 pieces)

Case 1 (0 ≤ h' ≤ 0.2)

Case 2 (0 ≤ h' ≤ 0.4)

Case 3 (0 ≤ h' ≤ 0.6)

Layering the pavilion at vertical direction to prepare fabrication.

Case 2 (21 pieces)

Case 3 (28 pieces)

Case 4 (35 pieces)

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Couple This idea of pavilion can be applied all over the world!! Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a nice idea!! Pavilion 5

Pavili

Seabird

Shohei Yamashita

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a food paradise!! Which turtles are easy to catch and delicious???

Caretta Caretta What a beautiful world! After traveling this world, I will be back!!

Isometric Projection

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ion 4

Family Which pavilion is the best for watching...? Maybe all of them!

Man I can not wait to see the hatching of turtles... Where is a pavilion?

Woman Oh I need to turn off the frash of camera... Lights make turtles confused.

Caretta Caretta Pavilion

Boy Pavilion 3

Mama!!! Carettas are coming out from the beach!!!

Girl Pavilion 2

Turltles are soooooooo cute! I want to catch and breed in my house...!!!

Pavilion 1

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View at the Beach

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Caretta Caretta Pavilion

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Hub & Hug

Shohei Yamashita

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

LAKE

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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LOCAL MARKET

MOUNTAIN HUB

HANDICRAFT HUB

TRANSPORTATION HUB

Hub & Hug

E HUB

MOUNTAIN BRIDGE INTERSECTION HUB

MANZONI HUB

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400 m

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What are opportunities & constraints in the cit

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ty of Lecco, Milan?

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Hub & Hug

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Axnometric Projection of Lake Hub

Highlight 3 flows to connect

Propose functional hubs

Lake Hub Lake hub works as a public space, which is a starting point around lake.

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Hub & Hug

Axnometric Projection of Mountain Hub

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Invite flows of river and green

Create connections for circulation

Mountain Hub Mountain activities begin from this hub providing multi-functions.

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University Island 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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B'

Classroom

Experiment Laboratory

A'

Accommodation

Cafe

Exhibition

Entrance B Industry

Wood storage

Industry

Exhibition

Cafe A-A' Section

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Experiment B-B' Section


University Island

C'

Woodprocess

Classroom D'

Library

Theater

Repairing C

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20 m

Floor Plan

Library

Repairing C-C' Section

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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 the intensity of the selected 35 areas in European countries. Canyelles in Barcelona, Spain, is one of the target city, and the idea should implement with the 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 regarding environmental sustainability. The building and land-use are considered as a production system to supply their needs onsite. Besides, urban agriculture realized by participation 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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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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Mosaic Market 2019.5 - 2019.7 Tradition Market in Bologna, Italy Competition for Designers with Junpei Kawamoto, Zan Krivec, Yuki Mori, Koki Suzuki

Shohei Yamashita

Mention at CODE, International Competition

The project is based on CODE international Competition with the aim of the renovation of an abandoned building in Bologna. Bologna was a melting point where several culture mix. Thus the site is the best place to sell made in Italy products for visitors and provide the experience of the ancient building with roman theatre inside. Mosaic Market represents a united atmosphere of various regional characteristics of Italy in Bologna where the Italian Traditional Market is located. The building is aimed to be the first market for designers to display handcrafted Italian excellences as Made in Italy together with the iconic legend of the remains of a 88 B.C. Roman theatre. In the market, Italian regions are pixelated into the furniture scale, reflecting the features. The mosaic layers up to this unit so that it can flexibly respond to given programs and human activities.

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Mosaic Market

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Pixelating Italy as Mosaics, representing the loc Process for Mosaic

Pixelated Italy

Mosaic with Local characters

Furniture create Facades

Typological Proposal for furniture

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Scene_01

Scene_05

ATRIUM AS A PIAZZA

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ARCHEOLOGICAL AREA


cal characters of the shape of Arch. Isonometric Projection

Transforming for usages

Rooftop

Scene_04

1st Floor

Mosaic Market

Scene_08

Ground Floor

B1 Floor

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Architecture Portfolio | SHOHEI YAMASHITA | 2016 - 2020 | Politecnico di Milano | Keio Univ.  

Selected Works Portfolio - Design and Research works at Keio University and Politecnico di Milano

Architecture Portfolio | SHOHEI YAMASHITA | 2016 - 2020 | Politecnico di Milano | Keio Univ.  

Selected Works Portfolio - Design and Research works at Keio University and Politecnico di Milano

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