Nishikicho-bunkaisan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Nishikicho-bunkaisan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

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Renovation  · 
Tokyo, Japan
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects
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  • Structural Design

    TECTONICA INC. (Yasunori Suzuki)
  • Constructor

    Dragon (Junichiro Maruyama)
  • Sign

    Habataku Inc., Nonbiri go-do Company, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects Inc.
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"Nishiki-cho Bunkaisan" is a renovation project for a new creative center integrating food museum, restaurant, farm business incubation office and residence for innovating personality of people, business and culture with inheriting the memory of Nishiki-cho area. “Bunkai×San”means “demolition×creation” in Japanese. This is why the architectural design target is to construct self-renovation system to generate opportunities and places for creating the next social vision.


The existing building will be demolished in 10 years due to the urban redevelopment and not require recovering to original condition. It leads a renovation design to generates 3 different condition of architectural parts and element, original existing / additional new / half-demolition.

© Takumi Ota
© Takumi Ota

Coexistence of 3 different conditions shows us new perspective of local history of people and area. The design composes self-renovation system for creators to adopt to unpredictable demands for future, Also, innovates new spatial value and atmosphere with crush between old elements and new functions.

© Takumi Ota
© Takumi Ota

This project creates an innovation platform for the next social vision with rereading, rewriting existing value and discovering new space potential. Renovation can create innovation for the next era based on long human history.

© Takumi Ota
© Takumi Ota

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Address: Tokyo, Japan

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Cite: "Nishikicho-bunkaisan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects" 02 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
© Takumi Ota

东京“分解x创造”文化创意园区 / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

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