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Yasuhiro Yamashita - Atelier Tekuto
Parabola House, visite guidée
A. Tekuto, February 18, 2008
Yasuhiro Yamashita
Yasuhiro Yamashita
 
In the housing units in Skin-House Project No. 5 (2004), Minimum House (2002) and more recently Lucky Drops (2005), he manages to subtly thwart the small-size restrictions dictated by the immediate setting. As the name of his agency suggests, Yasuhiro Yamashita’s strategy consists in using simple, clear architectural procedures, in such a way that once the building is finished, it is possible to identify the construction process and the cladding structure used. He thus rejects the idea whereby contemporary housing units and the life that goes with them are invited to bled into the cityscapes of urban centres. Yasuhiro Yamashita has won several prizes, in particular in 2004 when he was awarded the First Prize at the AR-D Awards and the Japan Pre-Stressed Concrete Engineering Award, 2005 26th INAX DESIGN CONTEST, Silver Prize, Lucky Drops, 2005 GOOD DESIGN AWARD, Lucky Drops, 2005 Seoul Performing Arts Center International Ideas Competition, 2nd Prize, 2006 27th INAX DESIGN CONTEST, Judge Special Prize, Layers, 2006 9th Nihon Mokuseiren Mokuzai Katsuyo Contest, Wood Architecture Award, ref-ring, 2007 Japan Society For Finishing Technology in Japan, Residential Award, aLuminum House, 2007 Wallpaper Award, Best Bolthole, Reflection of Mineral.

Yasuhiro Yamashita  - Atelier Tekuto_Parabole House_Makoto Yoshida
Yasuhiro Yamashita - Atelier Tekuto_Parabole House_Makoto Yoshida
 
Yasuhiro Yamashita  - Atelier Tekuto_Parabole House_Makoto Yoshida
Yasuhiro Yamashita - Atelier Tekuto_Parabole House_Makoto Yoshida
 
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