2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開
無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

2017/02/21 に公開

無料オンライン講義「現代日本建築の四相 第一相:理論」の紹介ムービーです.

続きの本編は、以下のedXサイトから無料登録をしてご覧いただけます. https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

詳しい情報や視聴方法は、T—ADSのウェブサイト http://t-ads.org/?p=459 をご覧ください.

——– Introduction movie for free online course “FOUR FACETS OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: Theory”

For additional details and enrollment, please visit the course page : https://www.edx.org/course/four-facet…

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東京大学建築学専攻Advanced Design Studies(T–ADS)では、文化・経済が複雑に交差する都市を「生態系」として捉え、デザインへ応用することを目指す研究組織Design Think Tank(DTT)を立ち上げ、NTT都市開発、新建築社との共同研究を2015年4月にスタートしました。

このたびDTTでは、その一環として台東区の三筋・小島・鳥越(三小鳥〔ミコドリ〕)において、街の方々と共同で行う社会実験イベント 『ツギ_ツギ #01 白米モノヅクリ自転車おかず』 を開催いたします。

三小鳥〔ミコドリ〕地域は、こだわりの「ものづくり」文化が息づく、知る人ぞ知るエリアで、今回ここで行う実験は、 1.レンタル・乗り捨てができる、無料コミュニティサイクル(自転車)に乗り、 2.おかず横丁で無料ごはん・けんちん汁(先着150名様)と、商店街のおかずをいただき、 3.ものづくり横丁で職人さんの技術も体験(有料)、 4.下町人情あふれる町をぶらぶら巡りながら、お気に入り風景を写真撮影、 5.撮った写真をプロジェクトサイトにアップして無料ホットドリンクをゲット(御徒町と蔵前でそれぞれ先着100名)、心も体も温まる ことです。 冬の凛とした空気の中、町を巡る気持ちよさと楽しさを感じに、ぜひお越し下さい!皆さんの参加が、三小鳥に満ち溢れている隠れた魅力を、ツギツギと引き出していきます。

イベント詳細 日時: 2月4日(土)12:00-17:00 無料コミュニティサイクル 「ごはんとけんちん汁」プレゼント(先着150名) ものづくり横丁ワークショップ(有料) 2月5日(日)12:00-17:00 無料コミュニティサイクルのみ 会場: 御徒町サイクルポート 2k540 AKI-OKA ARTISAN 東京都台東区上野五丁目9 鳥越サイクルポート 東京都台東区鳥越1丁目 おかず横丁内 蔵前サイクルポート 東京都台東区蔵前1丁目3-35 NTT 蔵前ビル

主催: 鳥越本通り商盛会 企画: 東京大学建築学専攻Advanced Design Studies 共催: 東京大学建築学専攻Advanced Design Studies NTT都市開発株式会社 株式会社新建築社 ものづくり横丁 後援: 台東区

≫ その他の詳細については http://tsugi-tsugi.jp/ をご覧ください。

Introduction In the Advanced Design Studies Program (T—ADS) at the University of Tokyo’s Department of Architecture, cities are conceptualized as “ecosystems” where culture and economics intersect in a complex way. In April 2015, T—ADS established the Design Think Tank (DTT) research organization, a collaboration with NTT Urban Development Corporation and Shinkenchiku. DTT’s current focus is on a region of Taito ward which encompasses Misuji, Kojima, and Torigoe neighborhoods (nicknamed “Mikodori”). In its first ever exploratory community event, pursued in collaboration with Mikodori residents, DTT is pleased to announce Tsugi Tsugi (One by One) #1: Cycling, Side Dishes, Rice, and Craft.

Concept The Mikodori area is a place that lives and breathes craft culture; where specialists produce as-yet unfamiliar creations. It will be the hub for this exploration. 1. Ride community-use bicycles for free (regularly available for rent). 2. On Okazu Yokocho (Side Dish Street), free rice and kenchin (vegetable) soup will be given to the first 150 people to arrive. There will be additional side dishes to enjoy on local shopping streets. 3. On Craft Street, participate in a creative experience with a local craftsman (fee required). 4. Take pictures of interesting locations as you wander through the old town area. 5. The first 100 people to upload a photo to the project website will get a free hot drink (in front of Okachimachi and Kuramae stations)! One by one, we aim to reveal the hidden charms of the Mikodori area. Join us for this fun exploration!

Event Details: February 4 (Sat) 12:00-17:00 Free community cycle use Rice + Kenchin soup (first 150 people) Workshop in Monozukuri Yokocho (fee required)

February 5 (Sunday) 12:00-17:00 Free community cycle use only

Location: Okachimachi Cycle Port: 2k540 AKI-OKA Artisan Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Ueno 5-9 Torigoe Cycle Port: Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Torigoe 1 (inside Okazu Yokocho) Kuramae Cycle Port: Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Kuramae 1-3-35, NTT Kuramae Building

Sponsor: Torigoe Main Street Business Association Planning: The University of Tokyo, Department of Architecture, Advanced Design studies In Cooperation with: Advanced Design Studies (The University of Tokyo Department of Architecture), NTT Urban Development Incorporated, Shinkenchiku Incorporated, Monozukuri Yokocho Supported by: Taito Ward For other details (in Japanese), please refer to tsugi-tsugi.jp.

Lecture: Bending Rules: Protocols of Error Speaker: Kristof Crolla, Architect, Assistant Professor (Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Architecture) February 1, 2017 (Wednesday) 14:00-16:00

Kristof Crolla is a Belgian architect who combines his architectural practice Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design Ltd. (LEAD) with an Assistant Professorship in Computational Design at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Architecture (CUHK). He both trained and taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London (AA), and worked for many years for Zaha Hadid Architects. In 2010 he moved to Hong Kong where his academic research and office work focusses on the strategic implementation of computation in architectural design. He is best known for projects such as ‘Golden Moon (Hong Kong, 2012)’ and ‘ZCB Bamboo Pavilion (Hong Kong, 2015)’, which internationally received over two dozen design awards and accolades, including the G-Mark (Japan), Architizer A+ (USA) Awards, and most recently the 2016 World Architectural Festival Award – Small Project of the Year 2016, nicknamed «The Architectural Oscars».

This lecture uses Kristof Crolla’s recently built work in China to illustrate how the deliberate introduction of project-specific material and construction idiosyncrasies, such as limited onsite skill, accuracy, budget and time, into the digital workflow can facilitate materialising unusual and ebullient architectural outcomes from minimal means.

Current evolutions in computational design are radically expanding the design solution space available to architects. In principle, these trends should permit the more straightforward implementation of non-standardised, geometrically complex architecture. Yet, since the digital entered the architectural scene, it has by-and-large encountered non-digital cultures not through authentic dialogue, but through subjugation. As a result, a disjunction has manifested between the opportunities the virtual offers and their real-world implementation. Especially in developing countries, this divide reveals itself in the difficulties the non-standard often faces in dealing with onsite restrictions and unpredictabilities, and is apparent in the discordance between available digital and onsite craft.

In search of an alternative contemporary mode of architecture practice, the work presented from LEAD and CUHK illustrates the surprisingly poetic outcomes possible in contexts notorious for their building quality.

JAPANESE JUNCTION: December 12, 2016 – January 13, 2017

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Tokyo, Chiyoda, Iidabashi, 2-18-3

Tokyo in(di)visible hypothesizes to make current the perceptions of space as defined under opposing terms of interior/exterior and precise/uncontrollable. Through a networked field of architectural prototypes, an exterior space can be created and defined as a function of the evolving environmental conditions in which it is situated, removing undesirable airborne particles as a by-product of the enhancement of exterior qualities.

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東京大学建築学専攻Digital Fabrication Lab(DFL)では、建築施工におけるデジタル技術の活用をテーマに、毎年実験的なパビリオンを制作しています。単に技術による自動化や高度化を目指すのではなく、そこに「人間が関わること」の可能性を探る実証の場として、これまで「人間と機械が融合した3Dプリンター」(2014年STIKパビリオン)や「巨大3Dペン」(2015年TOCAパビリオン)を建築スケールで再現してきました。

本年Computational Clayプロジェクトでは「人間が関わること」をより一層推し進め、個性としての身体パフォーマンスを建築表現に反映させるため、人の動きと素材と関係に着目したユニークなパネル加工システムを開発しました。

Every year in the University of Tokyo’s Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL), digital fabrication technologies are used to produce an experimental pavilion project. The aim, rather than being simply to achieve automation or precision through use of such technologies, is to explore the potentials for human and machine collaboration. Past projects have focused on fusions between humans and machines through the use of 3D printers: the 2014 STIK Pavilion explored this theme through guided aggregation, and the 2015 TOCA Pavilion by using humans as a parameter along with an oversized 3D pen.

This year, in the Computational Clay Pavilion, we advance the role of the human in construction one step further, examining how an individual’s capabilities and performance can be expressed in an architectural output. We have developed a unique panelized construction system wherein the movements of humans and their relationship to the material are explored.

Project Credits:

主催: 東京大学建築学専攻 Advanced Design Studies(T—ADS) PRODUCED BY: Advanced Design Studies, Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

企画: 東京大学建築学専攻 Digital Fabrication Lab(DFL) 鹿島建設株式会社 東京大学大学院情報理工学系研究科コンピュータ科学専攻 五十嵐健夫研究室 東京大学大学院新領域創成科学研究科社会文化環境学専攻 佐藤淳研究室 素材協力: 株式会社エコグリーン、株式会社東邦アーステック(順不同)

PLANNING: Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL), Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

IN COLLABORATION WITH: Kajima Corporation Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Department of Computer Science, Takeo Igarashi Laboratory Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Department Socio-cultural Environmental Studies, Jun Sato Laboratory MATERIALS PROVIDED BY: Eco Green, Toho EarthTech (in random order)

UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO DIRECTING PROFESSORS Yusuke Obuchi (Associate Professor), Department of Architecture Jun Sato (Professor), Department of Frontier Sciences Takeo Igarashi (Professor), Department of Computer Science

UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO PROJECT MANAGEMENT Kensuke Hotta Shohei Furuichi Kosuke Nagata Shuta Takagi Shuntaro Nozawa Iris Zhang Déborah Lopez Lobato Hadin Charbel Haoran Xie

SECOND YEAR STUDENT TEAM Alric Lee Isaac Yoo Ittidej Lirapirom Luca Marulli Moritz Münzenmaier Pan Kalin Victor Hugo Wido

FIRST YEAR STUDENT TEAM Hirokazu Nakano Tei Mika Kaibara Portugaise Nathália Barros Abate Rotelli Rūta Stankevičiūte Tom Moss Tyler Timothy McBeth Veronika Smetanina Xiaoke Chen Yang Ao Ziyi Wu

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT Emi Shiraishi Hinako Kokuga Federico Cazzaniga Yuki Katayama

PHOTOGRAPHS Toshihiko Kiuchi (Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo)

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パビリオン公開 // PAVILION DISPLAY 12月5日(月)– 12月18日(日)// December 5 (Mon) – December 18 (Sun) 10:00 – 17:00

東京大学本郷キャンパス工学部1号館前広場 The University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, Engineering Building #1 Plaza

パネル・模型展示 // PANEL AND PROCESS EXHIBITION 12月5日(月)– 12月17日(土)// December 5 (Mon) – December 17 (Sat) 平日と土曜日のみ // Weekdays and Saturdays only 07:00 – 18:00 (12月5日は13:00から) // (Open at 13:00 on December 5) 東京大学本郷キャンパス工学部 11 号館1階展示スペース(入場無料) The University of Tokyo Hongo Campus, Engineering Building #11, 1F Exhibition Space (free entry)

主催: 東京大学建築学専攻 Advanced Design Studies(T—ADS) PRODUCED BY: Advanced Design Studies, Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

企画: 東京大学建築学専攻 Digital Fabrication Lab(DFL) 鹿島建設株式会社 東京大学大学院情報理工学系研究科コンピュータ科学専攻 五十嵐健夫研究室 東京大学大学院新領域創成科学研究科社会文化環境学専攻 佐藤淳研究室 素材協力: 株式会社エコグリーン、株式会社東邦アーステック(順不同)

PLANNING: Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL), Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

IN COLLABORATION WITH: Kajima Corporation Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Department of Computer Science, Takeo Igarashi Laboratory Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Department Socio-cultural Environmental Studies, Jun Sato Laboratory MATERIALS PROVIDED BY: Eco Green, Toho EarthTech (in random order)

東京大学建築学専攻Digital Fabrication Lab(DFL)では、建築施工におけるデジタル技術の活用をテーマに、毎年実験的なパビリオンを制作しています。単に技術による自動化や高度化を目指すのではなく、そこに「人間が関わること」の可能性を探る実証の場として、これまで「人間と機械が融合した3Dプリンター」(2014年STIKパビリオン)や「巨大3Dペン」(2015年TOCAパビリオン)を建築スケールで再現してきました。

本年Computational Clayプロジェクトでは「人間が関わること」をより一層推し進め、個性としての身体パフォーマンスを建築表現に反映させるため、人の動きと素材と関係に着目したユニークなパネル加工システムを開発しました。

Every year in the University of Tokyo’s Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL), digital fabrication technologies are used to produce an experimental pavilion project. The aim, rather than being simply to achieve automation or precision through use of such technologies, is to explore the potentials for human and machine collaboration. Past projects have focused on fusions between humans and machines through the use of 3D printers: the 2014 STIK Pavilion explored this theme through guided aggregation, and the 2015 TOCA Pavilion by using humans as a parameter along with an oversized 3D pen.

This year, in the Computational Clay Pavilion, we advance the role of the human in construction one step further, examining how an individual’s capabilities and performance can be expressed in an architectural output. We have developed a unique panelized construction system wherein the movements of humans and their relationship to the material are explored.

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Lecture: Oh, Ambient Demons: Architecture, Antiquity, and the Avant Garde: The Ubiquitous Indigenous Speaker: Marcos Novak, Director, TransLAB, Media Arts and Technology Program, University of California, Santa Barbara November 19, 2016 (Saturday) 18:30-20:00

Professor Marcos Novak is the founding director of the transLAB at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he is affiliated with the AlloSphere and CNSI (the California NanoSystems Institute).

He is a researcher, artist, theorist, and transarchitect. In 2000, he represented Greece at the Venice Biennale, where his works have been exhibited several more times since. His projects have also appeared in prominent museums, galleries, and collections in many countries. He serves on the scientific committees and advisory boards of several international journals and conferences.

His projects, theoretical essays, and interviews have been translated into over twenty languages, have appeared in over 70 countries, and have, and have become the topics of conferences and symposia. He lectures, teachers, and exhibits worldwide.

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Lecture: This Building Likes Me Speaker: John Wardle November 15, 2016 (Tuesday) 18:30-20:00

John Wardle, one of Australia’s leading architects, explores the ways buildings weave together landscape, history, memory, and materials. John Wardle Architects (JWA) has gained a reputation for creating buildings that connect to their surroundings in subtle yet powerful ways. The work ranges across scales: from small-scale domestic dwellings, to large commercial projects and major university buildings, most recently, Melbourne’s Conservatorium of Music. Collaboration is ingrained in the those of the Melbourne-based office, a spirit that extends to working closely with builders and craftsmen in the realization of their projects. Materiality and intense detail are constant interests, both for their aesthetic and experiential qualities and for the values they embody, as Wardle writes: “The care shown in how materials are employed, tells a story about the value that a community places in its built environment.”

This lecture coincides with the launch of This Building Likes Me – John Wardle Architects, published by Thames Hudson

Princeton University School of Architecture hosted a joint workshop in New York with visitors from the University of Tokyo between October 28 and November 6. The workshop is part of a strategic partnership program between Princeton and UTokyo, and was initiated by Princeton Professor Jesse Reiser and University of Tokyo Associate Professor Yusuke Obuchi. The aim of the workshop is to create opportunities to exchange architectural knowledge between cultures and universities.

The first workshop in this initiative was held in 2016 in Tokyo. Participants had the chance to meet and engage in discussions with master Japanese architects such as Fumihiko Maki, Arata Isozaki, and Hiroshi Hara. The October workshop represented the US-hosted portion of the partnership, and the content focused on Steven Holl, Bernard Tschumi, and Thom Mayne. Five students from the University of Tokyo participated (two PhD, one master, and two undergraduate). Each student received seminal essays written by each focus architect, and then had an opportunity to discuss them in a preparatory seminar before visiting the architects’ offices and conducting interviews. Students also visited buildings in New York and Princeton designed by the architects.