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​六本木の板 (キャメリッシュ)

Panel in Roppongi (camelish)

用途:ギャラリー&カフェ

専有面積:62 ㎡

階数:1階 (5階建て中)

構造:RC造

施工:澤田工務店

​写真:長谷川健太

principal use:gallery + cafe
total floor area:62 ㎡
number of stories:1st floor / 5 stories
structure:RC

construction:Sawada koumuten

photo:kenta hasegawa

六本木ヒルズから程近い場所にオープンするギャラリーカフェの内装計画。

前面の幹線道路と背面の整形地に切り取られたヘタ地に建っているビルの1階のテナントであった。ヘタ地ゆえにそこに建っている建築物の外形も周辺の色々な要素のオフセットから決まっている。元々ライブバーだったことからテナント内には配線ラックやバトン、ライティングレール等の吊り物が多数残っており、それらもまた既存建築物の外形=周辺のオフセットから位置が決まっており、様々な軸線を持っていた。そういった既存の吊りものを活かして展示や設備のガイドとなるパネルを立体的に設け、元々の躯体むき出しで仕上げのない=下地空間がない内装において配線や照明を納め、展示物や植栽をまといながらテナント内を錯綜する装置とした。壁面や棚等の造作についても同様に、自立した形状を持ちながら様々な角度を持って配置されている。ヘタ地ならではの多様な方向性を引き受けることで、奥行や広がりを生み出し、展示物と人との関係が多重に展開する居場所をつくり出した。

This project involved designing an interior of a gallery&café near Roppongi Hills, in Tokyo, Japan.This tenant has been included the grand floor of the building stood in the irregular triangle site cut off by a highway in front and the rectangle site behind.The external form of the building has been shaped by the various factors around the site. As the former tenant was a live&bar, there were a lot of hanged facilities left over, such as  cable racks for electricity, lighting rails or  the suspension light battens. These facilities were also placed according to the outline of the existing building. In other words, they were placed according to the surrounding factors that shape the building, and had various axes. We converted those existing facilities into the panels for the exhibition and the building service. Those panels act as the devices that run all over the tenant carrying the exhibitions and greens, while they install the electrical wirings and the lightings in the interior that exposes the structure without finishes. Likewise, the interior fixtures like internal walls or shelves were also arranged in a way that have autonomous forms and various angles. By accepting a diverse factors that the irregular triangle site had, we were able to create the space with depth and expanse where visitors and exhibitions make multiple relationships.