星巴克咖啡,日本,Kengo Kuma & Associates

这家星巴克的位置有一定的特点,因为它站在太宰府天满宫的主要通道上,是日本最主要的神社之一。该神社成立于公元919年,被奉为 “考试之神”,每年接待约200万名祝愿他们成功的游客。沿着通往神社的主要道路,有一到两层的传统日本建筑。该项目旨在制作一个与这种城镇景观相协调的结构,使用一种独特的薄木头斜向编织系统。

Location of this Starbucks is somehow characteristic, as it stands on the main approach to the Dazaifu Tenmangu, one of the most major shrines in Japan. Established in 919 A.D., the shrine has been worshiped as “the God for Examination,” and receives about 2 million visitors a year who wish their success. Along the main path to the shrine, there are traditional Japanese buildings in one or two stories. The project aimed to make a structure that harmonizes with such townscape, using a unique system of weaving thin woods diagonally.

该建筑由2000个棒状部件组成,长度为1.3米-4米,截面为6厘米。棍子的总长度达到了4.4公里。我们曾为Chidori和GC Prostho博物馆研究中心的项目试验过棍子的编织,这次我们尝试了对角线的编织,以便带来方向感和流动性。在Chidori和GC中,三根棍子在一个点上连接,而在Starbucks中,由于对角线的关系,四步走到了一个点上,这是一个更复杂的连接。

The building is made of 2,000 stick-like parts in the sizes of 1.3m – 4m length and 6cm section. Total length of the sticks reached as far as 4.4km. We had experimented the weaving of sticks for the project of Chidori and GC Prostho Museum Research Center, and this time we tried the diagonal weaving in order to bring in a sense of direction and fluidity. Three sticks are joined at one point in Chidori and GC, while in Starbucks four steps come to one point because of the diagonal – a more complicated joint.

我们通过稍微改变支点的位置来解决这个问题,把四根棍子分成两组,避免集中在一个点上。在日本和中国的传统建筑中,从地面上堆积小部件的做法非常发达。这一次,结合最先进的技术,该方法得到了极大的改进,从而使人们被进一步带入建筑中。它是一个流动的、类似洞穴的空间。

We solved the problem by slightly changing positions of the fulcrums, dividing the four sticks into two groups to avoid concentration on a single point. Piling up of small parts from the ground was highly developed in the traditional architecture of Japan and China. This time the method was greatly improved in combination with state-of-the art technology so that people are brought further into the architecture. It is a fluid, cave-like space.

Architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates
Area: 212 m²
Year: 2008
Photographs: Masao Nishikawa
City:FUKUOKA-SHI
Country:Japan

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