House in Kozukue / Takeshi Hosaka Architects

first_img “COPY” Area:  136 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Yokohama, Japan Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.+ 19Curated by María Francisca González Share Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/902006/house-in-kozukue-takeshi-hosaka-architects Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/902006/house-in-kozukue-takeshi-hosaka-architects Clipboard Architects: Takeshi Hosaka Architects Area Area of this architecture project Lead Architects: Photographs ArchDaily City:YokohamaCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.Recommended ProductsWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsWindowsLibartVertical Retracting Doors & WindowsWindowsRodecaAluminium WindowsOpenness of space / Necessary space and Surplus spaceThis is a house for a Christian couple and a newborn baby. The client had two wishes for the house: A common room where the family, Christian friends and neighbors can learn the Bible together and the client can practice the organ for Sunday services and outdoor space where both the family and visitors can enjoy natural light and wind while keeping enough privacy.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.The house is located a gentle sloping corner lot on top of the small mountain in Shin-Yokohama. The site which had been parking lot is surrounded by two story houses and apartments. The house is placed at a part of the site while the other part is used for 5 rented parking lot and 2 private parking space facing to the 2 side streets. Existing vending machine is kept as it had been.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.The house is as closed as possible against surroundings with the wall which has only an entrance door and minimum small windows on the surface to protect itself against the environment: sound of using the vending machine, car light at night, automobile exhaust and the voice of people using the parking lot, etc. The house has enough open feeling continuing from the street and town while it’s closed against surroundings.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.The normally necessary living spaces (living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, children’s room, etc.,) take only half area in this house. On the other hand, the semi-outdoor courtyard takes the other half area of the house. And the common room is the largest room. I found that a lot of surplus spaces (unnecessary spaces) are needed in this house to create an generosity to accept various visitors and action. While the house is generally personal living place, it is also public and holy place.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.Save this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.The wooden columns and primary beams which pass over the entire ceiling is painted brown and the secondary beams on them are painted white.11 skylights on the primary beam intersections cast cross-shaped shadows.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.When the big windows facing the courtyard is opened, the courtyard gradually connects to the indoor and there is less border between both places. The house turns neither indoor nor outdoor.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.Save this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.The surplus spaces sometimes turn to be used to eat foods or read books like dining room or study room and the necessary spaces are released from being necessary and turn to surplus spaces. Necessary spaces and surplus spaces replace their roles each other from time to time. I would like to believe such gentle sequential spatiality as what architecture should be.Save this picture!© Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc.Project gallerySee allShow lessDayOne Legal & Technology Building / IdealSelected ProjectsUR Shanghai Flagship Store / DOMANISelected Projects Share TH-1 2017 Projects “COPY” Manufacturers: VELUX Commercial, Panasonic, MIHAMA TSUSHO, MORI NO MADO, Maxray Structural Engineers: Photographs:  Koji Fuji / Nacasa and Partners Inc. Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Japan Year:  Constructor: House in Kozukue / Takeshi Hosaka Architects House in Kozukue / Takeshi Hosaka ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse in Kozukue / Takeshi Hosaka Architects Takeshi Hosaka NAWAKENJI-M, Kenji Nawa CopyAbout this officeTakeshi Hosaka ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesYokohamaJapanPublished on September 24, 2018Cite: “House in Kozukue / Takeshi Hosaka Architects” 23 Sep 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Big River & More Slated for Encores! 2017

first_img Encores! upcoming season will begin with Roger Miller’s 1985 retelling of Mark Twain’s classic novel, Big River, on February 8, 2017, followed by Cole Porter’s The New Yorkers. The Golden Apple, John Latouche and Jerome Moross’ whimsical reinvention of Greek epic poems The Iliad and The Odyssey, is set to close out the series’ 24th year.Big River nabbed a lucky seven Tony Awards the year it opened at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre in 1985 and was most recently revived on Broadway in 2003. A musical underdog as scrappy and restless as Huckleberry Finn himself, the show was created in the age of British spectacles by a quintessentially American artist—the beloved country-western singer Roger Miller—and his score is a blend of bluegrass, gospel, and honky tonk. Just over 30 years later, this tuner remains a compelling journey through 1840s America in all its beauty and savagery. Big River will play February 8, 2017 through February 12.The New Yorkers will run from March 22, 2017 to March 26. Bullets fly and bathtub gin flows in this 1930 Prohibition jape, which is a gleefully amoral celebration of speakeasies, gangsters, society dames and the great city they love. The musical centers on featherbrained socialite Alice Miller, whose bootlegger beau leads her on a madcap romp from Park Avenue to Sing Sing and back again. The New Yorkers produced a number of standards—“I Happen to Like New York,” “Love for Sale”—but much of the original material has been lost, making this Encores!’s most ambitious musical reconstruction ever.The Golden Apple is scheduled for May 10, 2017 through May 14. The whimsical and toweringly ambitious 1954 musical reshapes the myths of The Iliad and The Odyssey into an all-American fable that conjures up the days when pie-baking contests were cutthroat and lovers eloped in hot air balloons. Despite its brief run of 125 performances, John Latouche and Jerome Moross’ production was hailed by critics and introduced the classic torch song “Lazy Afternoon.”Jack Viertel is the artistic director of Encores!; Rob Berman is its music director. Encores! View Commentslast_img read more