Tokyo is full of echoes and various sounds, causing city dwellers to lose their sensitivity to sound itself. In this work, different absorptive spaces will be created, each designed to exist like an original landscape in which the absorption, reflection and serenity of sounds that are easily overlooked or lost reverberate throughout the yurt-like spaces. Visitors will become aware of sound through different experiences of serenity in physical space.
Cooperation: Yasushi Shimizu (sound design)
(As of March 2020)
1: “Awareness of the sound” 2019
2: “Awareness of the sound” 2019
3: “Awareness of the sound” 2019
Itsuko Hasegawa (Architect)
In 1979 she established Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier. In 1986 she received the Design Prize from the Architectural Institute of Japan and also received a Japan Cultural Design Award. Visiting Professor at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Kantogakuin University,etc. In 1997 she was elected as one of the Honorary Fellows of RIBA. In 2000 she received the Japan Art Academy Award. In 2001 she received the Honorary Degree Award at University College London. In 2006 she was elected as one of the Honorary Fellows of AIA. In 2018 she prize as the first inaugural winner of the Royal Academy Architecture by the Royal Academy of Arts.
2-38-7 HigashiMukoujima Sumida-ku Tokyo
・5 minutes walk from “Tobu Hikihune” Station on the Tobu Isezaki Line, Tobu Kameido Line.
・5 minutes walk from “Keisei Hikihune” Station on the Keisei Oshiage Line.