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Nariwai Apartment [KEYAKI NO OTO TERRACE]


獎項優選 Distinction;


公司/團隊 Tsubamesya Architects+Studuo DEN-DEN

設計師姓名 根岸 龍介、永井 雅子、若林 拓哉、藤沢 百合( Ryusuke Negishi,、 Masako Nagai、 Takuya Wakabayashi、 Yuri Fujisawa)


這是一間結合住宿與辦公的出租公寓。我們改建了這棟興建於1980年,位在東京練馬區的兩層樓鋼構建築。此案的設計概念為Nariwai職業x生活,作為響應東京都近年來多樣化的生活方式和辦公風格。此一設計概念之靈感源自近代早期居住於町屋建築的人們。設計的重點如下: 1. 出租公寓設有一土層空間,讓使用者可以於所有單元中的商店和工作室自在生活。 2. 藉由連接職業空間和露臺及公共房間將此案設計成一個可與社區相通的地方。 3. 此案之設計包含藉由居民於空間內主動辦理小市集的方式使居民和社區間產生聯繫點。 這是一項在日本各地都很常見的老舊出租公寓的翻新計畫。當獨立產權的大廈建築如雨後春筍般的在日本各地出現,面對價值感上的劇烈變化,我們無從得知未來的需求方向。而每一個人,包括房東在內,皆深刻體會到須仰賴個人特色之塑造來突顯自身與他人的差異性。再者,我們也想將永續價值和文化帶給居住在當地好幾年的該區地主。而為因應近幾年發展的多元化工作方式,加上若欲於其他時間作為副業使用之功能,Nariwai職業出租型態建構可以在生活中生活的場景。我自己也嘗試住宿。同時,當共同居住的價值觀經過重新思考後,自治概念的提倡便顯得更為重要,尤其針對防災這一部分,由於居民間的溝通交流變得更為熱絡。 根據Nariwai職業類型的概念,我們於入口處建造了一個寬敞的未鋪地板的泥土地面,形成一個居民能夠自由開設食堂和工作坊進行交流的開放空間。在每一個房間內,牆面都貼有飾面薄板,我們非常鼓勵居民們自行完成裝修的工作(DIY),讓空間在使用上有更多彈性,居民也能依自身喜好打造出適合各種不同的生活方式。 想參與DIY自己動手做的居民即是那些希望能自行思考與執行的人群,也因此,這些人自然對於許多不同的事物保有絕對的自主感,包括建築物維修和全面性的防災工作等。「露臺」建於房舍的外面,作為連接城鎮的對外工具。每兩個月舉辦一次的小市集提供居民與社區進行交流與互動之機會。露臺同時充當一協調住宅單位,利用與道路之間的高度差產生天然屏障,作為私人空間和公共場所的部分入口。

This is the rental apartment combined with housing and working place. We remodeled two-story steel structure apartment built in 1980 in Nerima-ku, Tokyo.This project's concept is »Nariwai x Living« as a response to diversification of living and working styles in the Greater Tokyo in recent years. This idea is inspired from how people lives in the early-modern Machiya building. The design points are the following three points. 1. A rental apartment that has a dirt floor space where you can 'nariwai' such as shops and ateliers in all units. 2. Designed as a place that connects with the community by connecting the 'Nariwai' space with the terrace and common rooms. 3. Designed as a place where the residents and the community have a point of contact by regularly holding a Marche centered on the residents. It is a renovation plan for dilapidated rental apartments that is often seen all over Japan. While new condominiums were being built one after another, the future demand due to the drastic change in the sense of value was uncertain, and everyone, including the landlord, strongly felt the need for a personality that could differentiate it from others. There is also a desire to bring sustainable value and culture to the area for landlords who have lived in the local area for many years, and in response to the recent diversification of work styles and the times when it is possible to work as a side business, Nariwai type rental set that can live and live while living. I tried housing. At the same time, when the value of living together was reconsidered, it was also requested to promote self-government, which is important in terms of disaster prevention, as communication between residents becomes active. In accordance with the concept of the Nariwai type, we created a wide 'dirt floor' at the entrance to create an open space where residents can create and communicate as messes and workshops. In each room, the walls were covered with veneer, and self-renovation (DIY) was recommended for the residents, enabling a more flexible way of living to suit various lifestyles. Residents who want DIY are also people who want to think and make their own, and as a result, people who naturally have a sense of autonomy including building maintenance and disaster prevention gathered. A 'terrace' was established outside the building as a part that connects gently to the town. Marche is held once every two months and is a place where you can interact with the community. The terrace also serves as a coordinating residential unit as a private space and public by providing a psychological barrier as a partial entrance using the height difference from the road.