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House in Azamino



1つ目は非焼成のレンガ「Green Brick」を用いた内装仕上げであり、工場生産と現場での乾式施工を実現しつつ、資源循環性・調湿性を活かし、また土のゆがみや砂の粒子感などをもつ仕上げを実現した。2つ目は、自然由来の亜麻仁油で強化することで、日常的に人肌に触れる唯一の建築部位である床の内装として土を用いることを試みた。3つ目は現場で建設発生土となった土で和紙を染め、障子窓として用いた。

Earth can be mined in many places, and if it is only dried and solidified, it can be recycled by soaking in water to return to the original earth. As an attempt to expand the use of earth in modern architecture, this project challenged the use of earth in several ways in addition to plastered walls.

The first is an interior finish using unfired bricks called "Green Brick," which can be produced in a factory and installed dry on site, and has resource recycling and humidity control properties, as well as the distortion and graininess of earth. Second, by reinforcing it with naturally occurring linseed oil, we attempted to use earth as the interior of the floor, which is the only part of the building that comes in contact with human skin on a daily basis. The third was the use of washi paper dyed with earth from the construction site as shoji windows.






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