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Nebuta-no-ie Warasse in Nikkei Architecture

The February 2011 (no 945) issue featured Nebuta-no-ie Warasse in a two page article. In the same period we collaborated with Nikkei Architecture and Hewlett-Packard on an article published in the March 2011 (no 947) issue. For about two we were asked to test run the large size HP Designjet T2300 eMFP printer-scanner-plotter. The fact that this printer can handle A0 size drawings, that it is also a scanner and its reasonable price-quality ration makes it an attractive machine, provided one has the space. We had to clear our living romm to do the test.

NEBUTA NO IE WARASSE 101028 (Nebuta House)

On 28th official inspections by the officials of the city took place.
Images taken one day before the official hand-over of the building.

At the same time in a meeting between the city and molo the official credits, to be uded in all publications, were determined as follows:

PROJECT CREDITS

1) This version to be used in headers etc
Nebuta-no-ie Warasse
Architects: Molo + d/dt Arch + Frank la Rivière Architects inc

2) Credits short version:
Project Team
Architectural Design and Site Supervision
– molo (Todd MacAllen + Stephanie Forsythe)
– d&dt Arch (Yasuo Nakata)
– Frank la Rivière Architects Inc (Frank la Rivière)
Structural Engineering – Kanebako Structural Engineers
MEP – PT Morimura & Associates, Ltd
Construction – Kajima – Fujimoto – Kurahashi Construction JV
3) DETAILED PROJECT DATA
building name

Nebuta-no-ie Warasse

client

City of Aomori, Japan
design + site supervision

architecture

molo
http://www.molodesign.com/
Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen with Robert Pasut, Kan A.,
Atsushi N., Duncan Wright, Kevin James, Adam Sharkey, Takuya
Shikanai, and Mathew-Arthur Bulford

d/dt Arch
http://www.d-dt.co.jp/

 

Yasuo Nakata, with Atsuo Yano (previous staff)

Frank la Rivière Architects inc.
http://frank-la-riviere.com/
Frank la Rivière, with Paola Itikawa Otsuka (previous staff) and Yoko Mima

structure

Kanebako Structural Engineers
http://www.kanebako-se.co.jp/
Yoshiharu Kanebako, Yasuhiro Mochizuki

MEP

PT Morimura & Associates, Ltd.
http://www.ptmtokyo.co.jp/
Masanori Sodekawa, Takashi Yoshida (mechanical), Akira Katayanagi (electrical)

acoustics

Nittobo Acoustic Engineering Co. Ltd
http://www.noe.co.jp/index.html
Tomoyuki Nakamura

graphics

Studio Fukude

Hideyuki Fukuda

client representative

Tomoichi Urushidate
execution

architecture

Kajima – Fujimoto – Kurahashi Construction JV

Masato Shinohe, Tadahiro Watanabe, Hajime Mizoe, Kenji Hirai,
Hiromasa Akama
http://www.kajima.co.jp/
http://www.fujimotok.com/index.html
http://www.kurahashi-co.jp/index.html
electrical

Yoden – Utou Construction JV

Kouji Kawayama, Akikazu Okuzaki (Stage Lighting: Yutaka Oda, Stage
Audio: Akihiro Kimura)

mechanical

Shikanai – Daiki Construction JV

Toshiyuki Kidachi, Hiroshi Fujigamori

 

 

物件名

ねぶたの家 ワ・ラッセ

建主
青森市
設計・監理

建築・監理

molo
http://www.molodesign.com/

担当/Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen with Robert Pasut,
Kan A., Atsushi N., Duncan Wright, Kevin James, Adam Sharkey,
Takuya Shikanai, and Mathew-Arthur Bulford

株式会社ディーディーティー
http://www.d-dt.co.jp/

担当/仲田康雄 矢野敦生(元所員)

株式会社フランク・ラ・リヴィエレ アーキテクツ
http://frank-la-riviere.com/

担当/Frank la Rivière, Paola Itikawa Otsuka(元所員) 美馬陽子

構造

金箱構造設計事務所
http://www.kanebako-se.co.jp/

担当/金箱温春 望月泰宏

設備

株式会社森村設計
http://www.ptmtokyo.co.jp/

担当/袖川政憲 吉田崇(機械) 片柳哲(電気)

音響

日東紡音響エンジニアリング株式会社
http://www.noe.co.jp/index.html

担当/中村智幸

グラフィック

スタジオ福デ

担当/福田秀之

市担当

漆舘大一
施工

建築

鹿島・藤本・倉橋建設工事共同企業体

担当/四戸理人 渡邊忠博 溝江肇 平井賢二 赤間弘正
http://www.kajima.co.jp/
http://www.fujimotok.com/index.html
http://www.kurahashi-co.jp/index.html

電気

洋電・善知鳥建設工事共同企業体

担当/川山孝二 奥崎昭和 (舞台照明:尾田豊 舞台音響:木村明
広)

機械

鹿内・大樹建設工事共同企業体

担当/木立敏幸 藤ヶ森博

NEBUTA NO IE WARASSE 100929

Progress of the construction of the multi-purpose spaces on the second floor.

The foyer at L2. from this area the theater/event hall as well as the Nebuta Museum is accessed.

The steel screens that separate the reference area from the Nebuta hall.

Overview of the Nebuta hall from the second floor.

The music rehearsal spaces. This large spaces will have movable separation wall in order to be able to split the hall into three smaller ones. A large sliding door allows for a connection to the Nebuta hall in the eventuality of events in which a combined use is required.

The construction progress of the cafe & restaurant. To the right the frame of the counter

the Entrance hall.

The Nebuta will access the Nebuta hall through these large sliding door. They are at this moment being finished.

The west facade is nearing completion.

A view of the ambulatory on the west side. The light of the afternoon sun filters through the ribbons and doubles in the reflection of the glazing.