AKIHISA HIRATA

平田晃久
아키 히사 히라 타
Акиша Хирата

source: designboom

influenced by the forms of trees and plants japanese architect akihisa hirata designed ‘architecture farm’.
using a fold principle he has created a building that has a large surface area within a limited space.
when the simple surface is folded the contained space diverges into a number of parts – the public domain such as the foyer, living room and family room and the private domain that includes bedrooms and a spa.
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source: detail-online

This post is about introducing the promising young architect Akihisa Hirata’s way of thinking about architecture. It is one of two posts today examining his work, the other being a built project: The Bloomberg Pavilion.

For the moment Architecture Farm remains speculative. It begins with creating a flowered growth from a coffee cup. This static image illustrates how simple objects can be developed into complex and beautiful forms. A second exercise, illustrated on a video loop, repeats the process with a torus shape taking it further, by adding text to some of the evolved forms, suggesting architectural possibilities.

An apartment building, crudely rendered, is further developed from the flowered form and now we see the architecture emerging. Another stage looks at how several apartment buildings might grow from the same rule set that is now established. Before long, we have a self-replicating growth of housing, that if watered with sufficient development funds, might well be cultivated into a rose-tinted wonderland that can be 3d printed at full scale over a weekend for… a couple of quid per apartment.

Hirata has just won the Venice Biennale, and he will have a solo exhibition in London at the Architecture Foundation September 18th – November 17th.
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source: etoood

به معرفی چندتایی از این پروژه پرداخته در این خبر نیز به معرفی اثری دیگر از این مجموعه؛ مزرعه معماری می پردازد
اکیهیسا هیراتا akihisa hirata معمار ژاپنی ” مزرعه ی معماری ” را متاثر از فرم های درختان و گیاهان طراحی کرده . او با استفاده از اصول و قواعد فلدینگ گونه ای از ساختمان ها پدید امده است که در ان یک سطح گسترده در فضای محدود گنجانیده شده است. وقتی سطحی ساده فلند می شود و چین می خورد، فضا به قسمت های متنوع و متعددی تقسیم می شود در این پروژه فضاهای حاصل از فلندیگ سطوح شامل قسمت های عمومی اصلی مانند پذیرایی و اتاق های نشیمن و قسمت های خصوصی مانند اتاق خواب و غیره می شود.
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source: analisiserickbojorqueblogspot

Akihisa Hirata Architecture.
Saludos cordiales.

El estudio de arquitectura japonés trabaja de manera intensa, bien planteada e intencional, usando y proponiendo interesantes y novedosas metacogniciones que rescatan el proceso de diseño de una mera especulación.

Como podremos observar plantean en primer lugar un concepto literal; luego usando artilugios propios de su oficina, que tienen que ver con láminas onduladas y sus intersecciones o con planos inclinados, determinan el Orden Morfológico que escapa a la “realidad” ortodoxa. El Orden Concreto se plasma con materiales “puros” en el sentido del uso de pocos de ellos dentro del contexto edificado, mas no tanto por su expresividad natural.