, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Behaviorology / Atelier Bow-Wow, House &​ Atelier Bow-Wow ; House Tower ; Sway House ; Ikushima Library. of Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima at Atelier Bow-Wow has “ Architectural behaviorology” aims to understand the behaviors of. Through text and photographs Behaviorology covers the majority of Atelier Bow- Wow’s work up to including built projects.

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The dwelling was for a couple with a young child who had just moved back from the city. Thus the steeply peaked roof allowed the rain and snow to fall straight off it, preventing water from getting into the home.

The text of the book is both in bow-wwo Japanese and also translated into English. To improve your search results, here are some tips: Be the first to add this to a list.

Atelier Bow-Wow’s relational approach

As occupants rise through the building walls converge to constrict upper levels, shifting the internal scale of the building to a domestic sense suited for living. Retrieved from ” https: A society group’s routines could become apparent in a week, or a community’s in a year. She received her undergraduate degree from the Faculty of Domestic Science at Japan Women’s University in and both her graduate M. Additionally the site is across the street from the wife’s childhood home.


World Photo Press, Japan. Architecture — Japan — History — 21st century. It occupies a total floor area of 6, May 04, Format: A basic feature is the permeability of interior spaces, where public and the more intimate places co-mingle, often in vertical structures with a total floor area that rarely exceeds square meters. This book will feature their newest research, including plans, as well as explorations on mobile or portable projects. The spaces between the cylinders are arranged with furniture that can change depending on function and form with a glazed external skin allowing for a visual connection with the exterior.

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Since it is defined by using curious shapes and inventive behavoorology for drainage, windows and air conditioning, they highlight their unique location, produce a relaxed atmosphere and therefore help to relieve the occupant.

This article relies too much behaviorloogy references to primary sources. Basket My basket contains: The inner wall is a continuous line which is folded to create spaces on either side, while a corridor cuts through various rooms.

The client was Shin Sugawara, an architectural paint dealer and the 8th ranking Kendo master in Japan. Additionally by using this traditional building style the architects were able to xtelier this expressive and open-to-the-street house with the adjacent pitched roof residences covered with metal siding or stucco.


Achieving near cult status among architectural students around the world, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow-Wow have built a career confronting the challenges posed by dense urban environments.

Atelier Bow-Wow’s relational approach

Most of those buildings are cheaply built, and therefore are not spectacular in design and they use not the forefront of technology. The firm is well known for its domestic and cultural architecture and its research exploring the urban conditions of micro, ad hoc architecture. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Skip to begaviorology Skip to search.

The House is set at least 2. Building elements – both architectural and non-architectural — biw-wow depicted in their outlines, and labelled with a precise detailed notation of material, dimension, finishes, and textures.

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Buy Online Find Locally. Their city houses—enclosed in vibrant, idiosyncratic forms—are distinguished by their capacity to accommodate the changing needs of the occupants.

It can be considered a type of metabolism, though quite different in content than the s architectural thought.