Archipel

Beleef architectuur!

/04/1998
Reis

Japan

tussen Zen en Chaos

Naast het ‘klassieke’ Japan, bezoeken we de naoorlogse hoogtepunten van het Japanse modernisme en komt vooral de actuele architectuur zéér ruim aan bod in Tokyio, Kyoto, Kobe, Himeji, Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Yatsushiro, Osaka en Nara.

Het reisprogramma werd ter plaatse grondig voorbereid door reisleidster architect Hera Van Sande die ook drie voordrachtavonden voor haar rekening neemt om de architectuur in Japan te situeren.
Hera Van Sande doctoreert momenteel rond Japans modernisme en bracht het afgelopen jaar in Japan door.

Wie enigszins door literatuur vertrouwd is met het aanbod, weet dat hier een verbluffende architectuurreis wordt aangeboden die zondermeer een opeenvolging is van schitterende werken van zeer hoge kwaliteit. Het aanbod is groot. De selectie was streng.

Reisbegeleiding inhoudelijk: Hera Van Sande & Tom
Reisbegeleiding logistiek : Wim Supply, Gery Vandenabeele, Marc Felix & Jan Vandewalle.

Programma

D1

Brussel
Tokyo

D2

Tokyo, Shinjuku
Shinjuku Government Office Building* – Kenzo Tanghe, 1991
Shinjuku NS Building* – Nikken Sekkei, 1982
Shinjuku Park Tower – Kenzo Tange, 1994
The Dai-Tokyo Fire and Insurance Shinjuku Building – Fumihiko Maki, 1989
Nishi-Shinjuku Forest Building – Sakakura Associates, 1992
Toda Corporation, Studio Alta, 1980
Kabuki-cho project – Richard Rogers, 1993
Minoru Takeyama, 1 Ban Kan, 2 Ban Kan, 1970

D3

Tokyo, Sendagaya
Tsuda Hall – Fumihiko Maki, 1988
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium – Fumihiko Maki, 1990
Sendagaya Intes – Takenaka Corporation, 1992
S-Lattice – Workshop, 1991
Tepia* – Fumihiko Maki, 1989
Terrazza – Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama, 1991
Tower House – Takamitsu Azuma, 1966
Sappho – Atsushi Kitagawara, 1990
Watari-um* – Mario Botta, 1990
Brazilian Embassy Chancellery – Takenaka Corporation, 1983
Asaba Design Studio – Aldo Rossi & Morris Adjmi, 1991
395 – Atsushi Kitagawara, 1986
F-Bulding in Minami Aoyama – Toyo Ito, 1991
Spazio 22 – Shin Toki, 1992
Collezione* – Tadao Ando, 1989
Spiral Building* – Fumihiko Maki, 1985
Dojunkai Apartments, Harajuku Apartments – Omotesando, 1924
National Gymnasiums for Tokyo Olympic* – Kenzo Tange, 1964
Humax Pavillion – Hiroyuki Wakabayashi, 1992
Udagawacho Police Box – Edward Suzuki, 1985
Beam – Workshop, 1992
Rise – Atsushi Kitagawara, 1986

D4

Tokyo, Station Area
Imperial Palace
Tokyo Station Building* – Kingo Tatsuno, 1914
Tokyo Central Post Office – Tetsuro Yoshida, 1931
Kaijo Fire Insurance Company – Kunio Maekawa, 1974
Janome Building – Kunio Maekawa, 1965
Industrial Bank of Japan – Togo Murano, 1974
Nihil Seimei Hibiya Building – Togo Murano, 1963
Tokyo International Forum* – Rafael Vignoly, 1997
Sony Building* – Yoshinobu Ashihara, 1966
San’ai Dream Center – Nikken Sekkei, 1963
Wako Department Building – Jin Watanabe, 1931
Edobashi Soko Building (now, Mitsubishi Soko Honsha) – Mitsubishi Soko Company, 1930
Nihonbashi bridge – Yorinaka Tsumaki, 1911
Theater – Takenaka Komuten, 1933
Bank of Japan – Kingo Tatsuno, 1896
Tsukiji Honganji Temple* – Chuta Ito, 1935
TDentsu Advertising Building – Kenzo Tange, 1967
Kabuki Theater – Shin’ichiro Okada, 1924
Shizuoka Press and Broadcasting Center – Kenzo Tange, 1967
Nakagin Capsule Tower – Kisho Kurokawa, 1972
Daiichi Life Insurance Bulding – Jin Watanabe, 1938
Addition to Daiichi Life Insurance Bulding – Kevin Roche, 1994

D5

Tokyo, Ueno Park
National Museum of Western Art* – Le Corbusier & Kunio Maekawa, 1959
Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall* – Kunio Maekawa, 1961
Tokyo Imperial Museum* – Hitoshi Watanabe, 1937
Sumida Cultural Center* – Itsuko Hasegawa, 1994
Chiba New Town – Makuhari
Makyhari Messe 1 en 2 – Fumihiko Maki
Building complex – Steven Holl
BMW building – Yoshio Taniguchi
Kenzo Tange

D6

Kyoto
Kinkakuji temple*
Ryoanji zen-garden* (rotsentuin)
TAK building – David Chipperfield
Ginkakuji temple*
Honen-in temple*
Path of Philosophy
Heian Jingu schrine*
Kyoto Kaikan – Kunio Maekawa, 1959
Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art – Fumihiko Maki, 1986
Dental Clinic, Fushimi – Shin Takamatsu
Fushimi Inari schrine

D7

Kyoto
Katsura Villa*
Nijo castle*
Kiyomizu-dera*
Gion Freak Building – Shin Takamatsu
Tokyo Garden of Fine Arts* (openluchttentoonstelling) – Tadao Ando, 1994
Syntax – Shin Takamatsu, 1990
Kitayama Ining 23 – Shin Takamatsu, 1987
Kyoto Symphony Hall – Arata Isozaki, 1995
B-Lock Kitayama – Tadao Ando, 1990
Week Building – Shin Takamatsu, 1986
Origin 1,2,3 – Shin Takamatsu, 1981-6
TIME’S I&II* – Tadao Ando, 1983-84, 1986-91

D8

Kobe
Chapel on Mount Rokko* – Tadao Ando, 1985-86
Rokko Housing I&II – Tadao Ando, 1978-83/1985
Old/New Rokko (restaurants) – Tadao Ando, 1985-86
Yamamura Steel House – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1924

D9

Himeji
Himeji Castle*
Museum of Literature* – Tadao Ando, 1991
Children’s Museum* – Tadao Ando, 1989
Children’s Seminar House – Tadao Ando, 1992

D10

Fukuoka
Fukuoka Sogo Bank Home Offices* (now Fukuoka City Bank) – Arata Isozaki, 1971+1983
Lobby Hotel II Palazzo* – Aldo Rossi, 1989
Shukosha Building* – Arata Isozaki, 1975
Fukuoka Bank Home Offices – Kisho Kurokawa, 1975
Fukuoka Historical Records Repository – Kingo Tatsuno and Yasyshi Kataoka, 1909
Nexus World (Kashii) 1991
Blok 1 – Oscar Tusquets
Blocks 2, 3, 4 – Christian de Portzamparc
Blocks 5, 6, 7 – Osamu IIshiyama
Blok 8 – Marc Mack
Blocks 9, 10 – OMA, Rem Koolhaas
Block 11 – Steven Holl
Arata Isozaki

D11

Kumamoto
Kumamoto Castle
Prefectural Museum of Art – Kunio Maekawa, 1981
Museum ? – Kisho Kurokawa
Kumamoto Arts and Crafts Center – Kiyonori Kikutake, 1982
Extension of Prefectural Museum of Art* – Tores and LaPena
Koban – Manual Tardits, 1992
Mamoru Yamada, 1930 ?
Kumamoto Art Polis Project
Obiyama a Public Housing – Shimon Nino
Hotakubo Daiichi Public Housing complex – Riken Yamamoto, 1991
Takuma Housing Project – Itsuko Hasegawa, 1992
Saishunkan Seiyaku Women’s Dormitory – Kazuyo Sejima, 1991
Kumamoto-Kita Police Station* – Kazuo Shinohara, 1990

D11

Yatsushiro
Act 6 Complex* – Shoei Yoh, 1985
Yatsushiro Municipal Museum* – Toyo Ito, 1988
Gallery 8 – Toyo Ito, 1991
Yatsushiro Fire Station – Toyo Ito, 1995
Hinagu
Home of the Elderly – Toyo Ito, 1994
Misumi Ferry Terminal – Shoei Yoh, 1990

D12

Osaka Nara
Church of the light* – Tadao Ando, 1985-88
Kofukuji temple
Todaiji temple*
Nigatsu-do
Sangatsu-do
Kasuga Wakamiya schrine

D13

Osaka
Osaka Airport* – Renzo Piano
Brussel

de gebouwen aangeduid met * werden ook binnen bezocht, de andere alleen aan de buitenzijde

Reis

Wanneer?

za 04 vr 17 april 1998

Waar?

Tokyo, Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Kyoto...
Japan

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