Traditional shapes and contemporary technique in the new Tsuruoka Cultural Hall by SANAA

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Architects
Kazuyo Sejima.- Ryue Nishizawa
Client
Tsuruoka City
Address
Babacho 11-61, Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture
Reference Contact
Tsuruoka City +81 235 25 2111
Type of Building
Multipurpose hall
Size
Total Building Area. 7,846.12sqm.- Building Footprint Area.- 5,756.35sqm.- Site Area 13,096.84sqm
Schedule
Project Duration. 08/2012 > 08/2017.- Design Duration 08/2012 > 11/2013.- Construction Duration 10/2014 > 08/2017.- Open Date. 03/2018
Construction Cost
8,486,217,720 JPY
Collaborators
Architect. Shinbo Architects Office.- Ishikawa Architects Office.--- Structure. ARUP.--- Mechanical. SOGO CONSULTANTS.--- Theater Planning. Shozo Motosugi.--- Theater Acoustic. Nagata Acoustics.--- Theater Lighting. Motoi Hattori.--- Climate. Takahiro Chiba.--- Construction Team. Takenaka Corporation.- Sugawara Corporation.- Suzuki Corporation JV
Project team
Rikiya Yamamoto (Partner).- Satoshi Ikeda (Architect).- Takuma Yokomae (Architect).- Kohei Kudo (Architect).- Hayao Odagiri (Architect).- Takashi Maruyama (Architect, Shinbo Architects Office).- Taiji Ota (Architect, Shinbo Architects Office).- Yuji Ishikawa (Architect, Ishikawa Architects Office).- Tomohiro Ishikawa (Architect, Ishikawa Architects Office)
Building information
Structure. Steel.- RC.--- Foundation.RC.--- Ventilation. Machine Ventilation.--- Heating System. AHU.- PAC.--- Cooling System. AHU.- PAC.--- Electric System. cubicle type high voltage receiving equipment.--- Elevator quantity. 1.--- Exterior Finish. Glass.- Aluminum Panel.- Plated steel sheet.--- Interior Finish. Entrance Hall (Floor: Polished Concrete, Wall: Concrete, Ceiling: Wooden Louver).- Main Hall (Floor: Wood Flooring, Wall: Wood Panel)

KAZUYO SEJIMA & RYUE NISHIZAWA. SANAA

Kazuyo Sejima (Ibaraki, Japan, 1956) and Ryue Nishizawa (Kanagawa, Japan, 1966) worked independently from each other before founding the SANAA Ltd. studio in 1995. Having studied architecture at the Japan Women’s University, Sejima went on to work for the renowned architect Toyo Ito. She set up her own studio in 1987 and in 1992 was proclaimed Young Architect of the Year in Japan. Nishizawa studied architecture at the Yokohama National University. In addition to his work with Sejima, he has had his own practice since 1997.

The studio has built several extraordinarily successful commercial and institutional buildings, civic centres, homes and museums both in Japan and elsewhere. These include the O Museum in Nagano (1999) and the N Museum in Wakayama (1997), the Day-Care Center in Yokohama (2000), the Prada Beauty Store in Tokyo and Hong Kong (2001), the Issey Miyake and Christian Dior Building in Tokyo (2003) and the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa (2004). Sejima also designed the famous Small House in Tokyo (2000), the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion, Toledo, Ohio (2001-2006), the extension to the Institut Valencia d’Art Modern, Valencia, Spain (2002 – ), the Zollverein School, Essen, Germany (2003-2006), the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (2003-2007) and the Novartis Campus WSJ-157 Office Building, Basle, Switzerland (2003 – ).

In 2004 Sejima and Nishizawa were awarded the Golden Lion at the 9th Venice Architecture Biennale for their distinguished work on the Metamorph exhibition.

Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa have won the 2010 Pritzker Prize.

The 12th International Architecture Exhibition, was directed by Kazuyo Sejima, the first woman to direct the venice architecture biennale, since its inception in 1980.

 

Ryue Nishizawa and Kazuyo Sejima.

Kazuyo Sejima

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