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 Federico Cazzaniga

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.

The 2015 Digital Fabrication Lab project, TOCA (Tool Operated Choreographed Architecture) explored the potentials of human-machine collaboration in a manner that expanded on the knowledge acquired in the 2014 STIK Pavilion project. The research and development of the TOCA project sought to utilize the adaptability and creativity of humans, and combine it with the precision and efficiency of machinery. The resulting pavilion utilized a scanning and guiding system to support human users on-site, a material used to extrude components (foam), a handheld “smart” tool to dispense the material, and a geometric form which iteratively optimized through use of a feedback system that integrated human error. The pavilion project, which began with a digitally-defined target model, was constructed on-site by teams of users, who sprayed components by hand. The results of the work were scanned and analyzed, and an updated digital model was defined and indicated to users for the next layer of the project. In this manner, any “errors” introduced throughout the spraying process were integrated into subsequent construction steps. The final pavilion represents the accumulation and integration of these errors. The project was made possible through cross-disciplinary collaboration; structural engineering, architecture, and computer science laboratories contributed to realizing the technologies and the final output.

Project Credits

University of Tokyo Staff

Yusuke Obuchi (Associate Professor), Department of Architecture

Jun Sato (Professor), Department of Frontier Sciences

Takeo Igarashi (Professor), Department of Computer Science

Kaz Yoneda (Research Assistant), Department of Architecture

Kosuke Nagata (Technical Advisor), Computer Science

Kensuke Hotta (Course Assistant), Department of Architecture

Mika Araki (Researcher), Department of Frontier Sciences

Yosuke Takami (Technical Assistant), Department of Computer Science

 

Students

Gilang Arenza

Hadin Charbel

Ann-Kristin Crusius

Jiang Lai

Samuel Eugene Lalo

Deborah Lopez Lobato

Yuanfang Lu

Ratnar Sam

Pitchawut Virutamawongse

Ying Xu

Jan Vranovsky

Akane Imai

Pan Kalin

Yi Dong Alric Lee

Ittidej Lirapirom

Kenneth Larssen Lonning

Luca Maruli

Moritz Munzenmaier

Masatoshi Nishizato

Victor Hugo Wido

Christopher Wilkens

Li Xu

Isaac Sekjoon Yoo

Yihan Zhang

 

Sponsor

Takenaka

Photographer

Jan Vranovsky

 

 


Design Team:

The University of Tokyo teaching staff: Yusuke Obuchi, Toshikatsu Kiuchi, So Sugita, Hironori Yoshida, Kosuke Nagata, Kaz Yoneda

The University of Tokyo students: Kevin Clement, Minjie Xu, Fawad Osman, Qiaomu Jin,  Ornchuma Saraya, Benjamin Berwick, Anders Rod, Yanli Xiong,  Gilang Arenza Judinaputra, Pitchawut Virutamawongse, Samuel Aaron Eugene Lalo, Rossina Shatarova, Ratnar Sam, Ying Xu, Deborah Lopez, Hadin Habib Charbel, Ann-Kristin Crusius,  Jiang Lai, Yuanfang Lu, Alexandra Karlsson, Jan Vranovsky, Mariko Mori

Completion date: November 2014


Digital Fabrication Lab Pavilion, 2014

Design Team:

The University of Tokyo teaching staff: Yusuke Obuchi, Toshikatsu Kiuchi, So Sugita, Hironori Yoshida, Kosuke Nagata, Kaz Yoneda

The University of Tokyo students: Kevin Clement, Minjie Xu, Fawad Osman, Qiaomu Jin,  Ornchuma Saraya, Benjamin Berwick, Anders Rod, Yanli Xiong,  Gilang Arenza Judinaputra, Pitchawut Virutamawongse, Samuel Aaron Eugene Lalo, Rossina Shatarova, Ratnar Sam, Ying Xu, Deborah Lopez, Hadin Habib Charbel, Ann-Kristin Crusius,  Jiang Lai, Yuanfang Lu, Alexandra Karlsson, Jan Vranovsky, Mariko Mori

Shimizu Corporation: Kazuhide Sakai, Takeya Sato, Hiroyuki Ogura, Hideki Umeyama, Kiichiro Tanno, Zaita Hironori, Syunsuke Igarashi, Masahiro Indo, Keigo Takeuchi, and Shimiz Kiba Wood Workshop

Structural engineer: Jun Sato, Mika Araki, Masaaki Miki Department of Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies / Graduate School of Frontier Sciences

Guidance System: Prof. Takeo Igarashi, Yosuke Takami Department of Computer Science / Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

Design Phase: October 2013 – March 2014

Design development, fabrication & construction: April – November 2014

Completion date: November 2014


Digital Fabrication Lab Pavilion, 2013

Design Team:

The University of Tokyo teaching staff: Yusuke Obuchi, Toshikatsu Kiuchi, So Sugita, Hironori Yoshida

The University of Tokyo students: Christopher Sjoberg, Yeonsang Shin, Miguel Puig, Zhang Ye, Ana Luisa Soares, Ma Sushuang, Tong Shan, Andrea Trajkovska, Quangtuan Ta, Wei Wang, Anders Rod, Benjamin Berwick, Qiaomu Jin, Fawad Osman, Yanli Xiong, Andrea Bagniewski, Kevin Clement, Ornchuma Saraya, Minjie Xu

Obayashi Corporation: Tomoo Yamamoto, Kenichi Misu, Gendai Ono, Yasuo Ichii, Keisuke Fujiwara, Shunsuke Niwa, Tatsuji Kimura, Masaru Emura, Taiki Byakuno, Takahide Okamoto

Structural engineer: Jun Sato

Fabrication of components: Tsukasa Takenaka (AnS Studio)

Construction: Multibuilder

Fabrication: Togari Kogyo

Structure: Freeform Surface Tensegrity Structure

Specifications:

Compressive components: stainless steel plates with 0.5 mm / 0.8 mm / 1.2 mm / 1.5 mm thickness

Tension cables: stainless steel cables in 3 mm diameter

Base ring: stainless steel pipe in 48mm diameter

Foundation: precast concrete blocks

Furniture: painted plywood

Weight: 1.5 t (upper structure in stainless steel), 1 t (concrete foundation)

Design Phase: October 2012 – March 2013

Design development, fabrication & construction: April – November 2013

Completion date: 24 November 2013

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Circle Pack Pavilion

Project Team : Taichi Kuma, Colin Xuhao Lin, Mickey Kyaw Htoo, Wang Chong, Guillaume Dumont, Wang Lin with Olesia Biloborodko, Yuta Ito, Ana Ilic, Yasemin Sahiner, Maria Larsson, Dejan Zoran Mojic, Shuang Li, Dasom Lee, Ana Luisa Soares, Zhang Ye, Tong Shan, Shin Yeonsang, Miguel Puig, Christopher Sjoberg, Ma Sushuang, Laura Miguelanez, Andrea Trajkovska

Yusuke Obuchi, Associate Professor Jun Sato, Associate Professor Toshikatsu Kiuchi, Course Assistant So Sugita, Course Assistant

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Minimal Surface Pavilion

Project Team : Jeep Prinya Narongthanarath, Taichi Kuma, Akinori Hamada, Deli Zhao, Olesia Biloborodko, Colin Lin Xuhao, Chong Wang, Mickey Htoo, Yasemin Sahiner, Shuang Li, Maria Larsson, Ana Ilic, Guillaume Dumont, Dasom Lee, Yuta Ito, Ryo Saito, Risa Kagami, Lin Wang, Dana Milea

Yusuke Obuchi, Associate Professor Kengo Kuma, Professor Jun Sato, Associate Professor Toshikatsu Kiuchi, Course Assistant

Featured at 2011 Tokyo Designers’ Week.

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