IDPA Japan Design Award

International Design Pioneer Award
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International Design Pioneer Award

Rain Garden House

by YUTA KANEKO

Project Description


YUTA KANEKO


2002 Graduated from Department of Architecture, College of Science and Engineering, Nihon University Joined Frame Co., Ltd. in 2005 2004- Experienced as a lecturer and counselor, such as explaining in easy-to-understand terms various concerns and questions regarding the earthquake resistance of buildings in Japan, a country prone to earthquakes.
Cooperated in dissemination of technology for [government disaster prevention community development].
In 2007, the 400-year-old former Odawara magistrate's residence that was relocated to Setagaya Kannon was refurbished and utilized as a modern temple school. Since then, [town development led by residents] is also continuing.
AWARD
KUKAN DESIGN AWARD 2023 “Shortlist” Green Infrastructure Netowork Japan 2024 “GRAND PRIZE” www.idpa-japan.com Taking advantage of the [method of consensus building] cultivated in these activities, we value sharing designs and opinions with clients in an easy-to-understand manner, and we are working not only on residential design, but also on commercial and welfare space design.
I am involved in a lot of “design for living” and “sustainable design”.
In designing
I feel that the barriers between “housing and commercial facilities” and “architecture and interior” are disappearing, and there is a need for fusion.
The inevitably universal “form” of a house, and the “form” of enjoying moments like a commercial space A nostalgic “space” like a house and a “space” where you can feel the future like a commercial space Personal “design” like a house and populist “design” like a commercial space I am designing with the theme of "hybridization" of them.
In recent years, I have been collaborating with a team in China to undertake “housing projects” and “dental clinic projects” for general residents in Anhui, Shanghai, Hangzhou, etc. in China.

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