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Yomogino Ryokan Hot Spa / Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture

  • 01:00 - 16 March, 2012
Yomogino Ryokan Hot Spa / Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture
Yomogino Ryokan Hot Spa / Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture, Courtesy of Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture
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  • Architects

    Ryuichi Sasaki, Sasaki Architecture
  • Location

    Fukushima, Japan
  • Client

    Tios Group
  • Contractor

    Oba Corporation
  • Project Year

    2011

Text description provided by the architects. Yomogino Ryokan (Japanese Style-Inn), in Fukushima, Japan, decided to renovate their hot spring spa after damaged of the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake. Completion is 5 month anniversary after the quake.

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Courtesy of Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture

The Place faces Yomogi Mountain in Fukushima, Japan and can experience the great view of the four seasons. It was also one of the focuses how it has relationship with several detached building of the ryokan (Japanese Style-Inn) in foot, luxuriating change of the four seasons.

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Courtesy of Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture

The form of a mountain and the roof form of a detached building are reflected in the hot spring spa’s water surface, and it makes it mingle with an internal wall and the form of a ceiling.

ceiling plan
ceiling plan

A ceiling and a wall are the bronze color aluminum panels by season-proof high alumite processing. It exists, while the form of five ceilings shifts. Indirect illumination is effectively contained in the portion of this gap.

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Courtesy of Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture

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Cite: "Yomogino Ryokan Hot Spa / Ryuichi Sasaki + Sasaki Architecture" 16 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/217230/yomogino-ryokan-hot-spa-ryuichi-sasaki-sasaki-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
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