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COCREA / bews / building environment workshop

  • 19:00 - 7 March, 2016
COCREA / bews / building environment workshop
COCREA  / bews / building environment workshop, © Satoshi Asakawa
© Satoshi Asakawa

© Satoshi Asakawa © Satoshi Asakawa Courtesy of Bews Courtesy of Bews + 25

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Plan 01
Plan 01

Text description provided by the architects. Share-house "COCREA" began from a dream of "a place where all gather" of local activities circle HEMHEM of Ibaraki Christian University. 

© Satoshi Asakawa
© Satoshi Asakawa

Youth and local enterprises, the inhabitants of the Ibaraki north area, shares the base of activities for regional contribution. It is managed by Unicast Inc. that is an IT venture company from Ibaraki University. The architectural design is mixes of a house and of a base of local activities. 

© Satoshi Asakawa
© Satoshi Asakawa

Cluster (looks like Boomerang shape)  as units of life activity and structure. Office space and residence space are mixed in this building. It means to be mixed  public space and private space. Three clusters (two of them are share house, and one of them is office) are located while making the gap space that becomes a public space. It will be lively place for everyone. And also,there are small crevice (but high-ceiling) in the each cluster. Here will be a place of small exchanges and life for  people who live in the cluster. In this way,we designed various space by building units called  cluster so that they are multiplied naturally.                                                                                                                                                                       

© Satoshi Asakawa
© Satoshi Asakawa

Form by the wind. This architecture are focused on site-specific climate. The element of them is especially  wind. We decided the arrangement of  this building as to capture  the wind   by simulation. The environment design utilized the coastal climate climate, as well as a learn house of a contemporary Eco life. The used amount of energy are visualizing on the shared monitor so that everyone is aware of the energy conservation. Appearance that uses a lot of domestic cedar  looks like nostalgic appearance.

Elevation
Elevation
Section 02
Section 02
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Courtesy of Bews

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Cite: "COCREA / bews / building environment workshop" 07 Mar 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/783167/cocrea-bews-building-environment-workshop/> ISSN 0719-8884

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