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Office in Sendagaya / Yoshi Kishida/2001

  • 19:00 - 10 November, 2016
Office in Sendagaya / Yoshi Kishida/2001
Office in Sendagaya / Yoshi Kishida/2001, © Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

© Shimizu Ken © Shimizu Ken © Shimizu Ken © Shimizu Ken + 18

© Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

From the architect. The project is a renovation of two rooms of 50-year-old rein forced concrete apartment building for renting offices.

© Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

What is needed to a renting office in this times when anyone easily access to property information and have a comparative review, that is office space is available environment for a diversified work styles and business model.

Plan
Plan

Then, We planned a hypothetical ceiling that flexibly correspond to a borrower by turning vinyl cable that is usually intertwined complicatedly into a grid form with backing materials for construction of suspended ceiling, such as threaded rods and ceiling joints. The function necessary for a office space is storage to the ceiling, and let the floor free to tolerate any office environment and the things that it belong to there. 

© Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

Furthermore, We put other new things carefully to adjust the contrast of the space for that the space acquires a specific characters of renovation.

© Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

The area that is usually invisible from a skeleton to a ceiling is given a resolution, and appears a kind of homogeneity. We handle the specific character as the open environment, which support the office space.  

© Shimizu Ken
© Shimizu Ken

The space obtains "Ambiguous border / The various flow lines and contact point / A free layout" and create scenery like no one has ever seen.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Office in Sendagaya / Yoshi Kishida/2001" 10 Nov 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/797215/office-in-sendagaya-yoshi-kishida-2001/>