A+U July 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE: Architectural Spaces with Washi Ⅱ

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A+U July 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE: Architectural Spaces with Washi Ⅱ

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A+U July 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE: Architectural Spaces with Washi Ⅱ. Eriko Horiki

Part of the fascination of washi (traditional Japanese paper) is that its natural shading creates a changing visual effect known as ‘utsuroi’. Designer Eriko Horiki brings the emotions and feelings that have been nurtured in traditional Japanese architecture alive in contemporary architectural spaces – whether commercial, renovation, domestic, or entrances – through her innovative application and use of washi in interior spaces. Her installations give visitors a physical experience and a taste of what a large-scale washi environment can achieve. Using finely textured paper and precise illumination, Horiki produces an atmospheric feeling with a hint of something mystical just on the other side.

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Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 22x22
Pagine: 152
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Lingua: J-GB
Anno: 2018

ISBN: 9784900212244

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CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Installation and Exhibition
Exhibition Tour ERIKO HORIKI – Prayers through Washi
ERIKO HORIKI Exhibition – Prayers through Washi
Salone Del Mobile Milano 2011 Euroluce Baccarat Highlights
The International Festival UTAGE 2013 in Osaka
Pray for Serenity Exhibition
 
Chapter 2: Hotel and Shop
Olive Bay Hotel bar YAMABUKI
The CUBE gourmet floor (11F), Kyoto Station Building
Minamoto Kitchoan Okayama Main Shop
CLUB HARIE B-studio, Takashimaya Kyoto Store
TANEYA, Takashimaya Kyoto Store
 
Chapter 3: Renovation
Shima Kanko Hotel, THE CLUB Hall (2F)
Kamishichiken Kaburen-jo Theater
PACIFICO Yokohama
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
Yugyoan Tankuma Hotel Yokohama New Grand
C’BON Pavilion, Forum
SURUGA bank
UCC Coffee Museum
 
Chapter 4: Daily Life
Branchera Suita Katayamakoen Show Apartment
Branchera Nijo-jo Show Apartment
Marinetopia Resort HIOKIHAMA VILLA
H Residence
Ambassador’s Residence, Embassy of France, Tokyo
OMRON HEALTHCARE Head Office
 
Chapter 5: Entrance
TOKYO MIDTOWN HIBIYA
Trusco Nakayama Tokyo Head Office
YOKOHAMA i-MARK PLACE
Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital and Institute of Gerontology
Park CITY MUSASHIKOSUGI The GRAND WING TOWER
Kyoto Research Park Bldg #9
Special Nursing Home for Elderly Yasuragi no Mori
 
Review of the part 30 years (Eriko Horiki)
 
Essay: The Power to Turn Mundane Ke into the Magic of Hare, a Special Occasion (Kundo Koyama)
 
Column: Tatewaku Pattern (Eriko Horiki)
 
Column: Shippo Pattern (Eriko Horiki)
 
Discussion: TOKYO MIDTOWN HIBIYA: Connecting Tradition with the Future
Minoru Murayama × Toshinori Okino × Akira Kubota × Eriko Horiki
 
Column: The Relation between Washi and Light (Eriko Horiki)