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Le Coeur / StudioGreenBlue

  • 01:00 - 6 March, 2012
Le Coeur / StudioGreenBlue
Le Coeur / StudioGreenBlue

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Ashikaga, Tochigi, Japan
  • Design Team

    Mitsuharu Kojima, Wataru Kobayashi

From the architect. Concept

This is an extension work of the patisserie “Le Coeur”.

plan
plan

We built a new building where we can use as both workshop and takeout shop beside head shop.

The client requested to keep existing image and also wants to show the patissier makes confectioneries to customers.

And he wants to have sense of distance between patissier and customers.

diagram
diagram

Abundant trees are around the premises.

Vacant lands were born between this building, the existent building and car parking.

We arranged natures as plants, lights, shadows and the water.

And then, stand “poles using a motif of tree” to divide that area and the path mildly.

On the side of façade where the customers can see the patissier, the position between customers and patissier became very close because of the client’s demand.

So we stand “poles which are projected tree enlarges its twigs”, these made moderate distance and look like candy art on a white cake.

Lights through the poles make expressive faces from lights and shadows on the wall and the surface of the water.

Those faces are altered by winds, weathers, seasons, and time.

Sometimes the blue sky and white clouds are reflected in those faces.

As a result, those welcome customers with its beautiful face.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Le Coeur / StudioGreenBlue" 06 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/213679/le-coeur-studiogreenblue/>
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South of Urban · March 23, 2012

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Dorry-kun · March 19, 2012

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Red Wolf · March 15, 2012

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L FAUSTINO · March 07, 2012

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?nicöle · March 07, 2012

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Mr. Orteg · March 07, 2012

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Peter Newton · March 07, 2012

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