JST Product Complex | Under Construction
敷地概要 所在地:岡山県津山市 敷地面積:32,030m2 建物概要 建物用途:工場、事務所、寄宿舎 構造・規模:SRC造、RC造、S造 延べ床面積:40,118m2 展覧会 Atlas of the Unbuilt World 賞 2012 World Architectural Festival. First Prize Future Projects - Mixed Use category 2013 MIPIM Archtectural Review Future Projects Awards. First Prize Mixed Use Category 2013 Environmental and Equipment Design Award. Best Award Webpage Architizer Atlas of the Unbuilt World The Architectural Review World Architecture Festival BBC
Origami is a Japanese traditional craft of paper folding. The pillars are made of folded steel plates like Origami. “Circle” consist of units of pillars sorted continuously enable this structure to bear vertical load and make multi-storied large space and resists earthquakes plastically. Also “Core wall” which surrounds the Central Void improves earthquake-resistance. The “Central Void” leads various vertical traffic lines (elevators carrying 88 persons, sloped walks, stairs, and so on), the lighting and the ventilation to the spaces. Large space between “Circle” and “Core wall” is for main functions, factories and warehouses and so on. The spaces for subordinate functions like offices, dining halls, dormitories and meeting spaces are shaped into sloped floors “Ring” connecting stories around “Circle”. This layout enhances the access between large space and others. JST is one of the biggest electric connector manufacturers over the world. This is JST’s mother factory located in a beautiful mountainous area in Japan. The employees working oversea are gathering here for their training. Also “Circle” works as the vertical route of the facilities like pipes, ducts and electric cables. The heat of air conditioning is reused through ducts. The folding structure is covered with the easy glass screen so that the buffer’s air will work to make the perimeters environment comfortable by exhausting or storing heated air with sunshine. Double skin of the curtain wall of “Ring” will work also. This is the hybrid architectural system which combines structure and facilities. Speed is the metaphor.