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JA 105. Makoto Takei + Chie Nabeshima / TNA

Uitgever:The Japan Architect

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Japans
  • 160 pagina's
  • 10 jun. 2017

The Tokyo-based office of TNA is the focus of this issue of The Japan Architect magazine, which features more than twenty buildings completed since 2004.

The practice of Makoto Takei and Chie Nabeshima is primarily known for superior residential designs built in both natural and urban contexts, though other projects, such as the Kamoi Museum and Joshu-Tomioka Station, also appear in this overview of more than two decades of work. Among their awarded projects are the Ring House, Figured Glass House, Gate Villa, and Helix House.

The duo’s belief in so-called condensed architecture, which neither blends into its surroundings nor confronts them, has enriched the “in-between-ness” of their architecture.

PROJECTS:

WOOD WEAR HOUSE
COLOR CONCRETE HOUSE
RING HOUSE
MOSAIC HOUSE
WOOD SHIP CAFE
STAGE HOUSE
PLASTER HOUSE
FOREST SIDE
FIGURED GLASS HOUSE
PASSAGE HOUSE
SQUARE HOUSE
PLATINUM HOUSE
DIVISION HOUSE
MIST HOUSE
KAMOI MUSEUM
SPREAD HOUSE
TIE HOUSE
CUBE HOUSE
KAMOI WAREHOUSE
GATE VILLA
JOSHU TOMIOKA STATION
BETWEEN NATSUMEZAKA
CAMBER HOUSE
HELIX HOUSE

The Tokyo-based office of TNA is the focus of this issue of The Japan Architect magazine, which features more than twenty buildings completed since 2004.

The practice of Makoto Takei and Chie Nabeshima is primarily known for superior residential designs built in both natural and urban contexts, though other projects, such as the Kamoi Museum and Joshu-Tomioka Station, also appear in this overview of more than two decades of work. Among their awarded projects are the Ring House, Figured Glass House, Gate Villa, and Helix House.

The duo’s belief in so-called condensed architecture, which neither blends into its surroundings nor confronts them, has enriched the “in-between-ness” of their architecture.

PROJECTS:

WOOD WEAR HOUSE
COLOR CONCRETE HOUSE
RING HOUSE
MOSAIC HOUSE
WOOD SHIP CAFE
STAGE HOUSE
PLASTER HOUSE
FOREST SIDE
FIGURED GLASS HOUSE
PASSAGE HOUSE
SQUARE HOUSE
PLATINUM HOUSE
DIVISION HOUSE
MIST HOUSE
KAMOI MUSEUM
SPREAD HOUSE
TIE HOUSE
CUBE HOUSE
KAMOI WAREHOUSE
GATE VILLA
JOSHU TOMIOKA STATION
BETWEEN NATSUMEZAKA
CAMBER HOUSE
HELIX HOUSE

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