hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
 
hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
apr 26, 2015

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
all images courtesy of hiroyuki shinozaki

 

 

 

nearly 3,000 pieces of white ash timber were used in the construction of the ‘home in house’ exhibition by architect hiroyuki shinozaki for milan design week 2015. the installation featured various past buildings designed by shinozaki, along with various furniture designs and art works by: fumitaka kudo, ayumi kudo, izumi okayasu, and hiomatsu furniture inc. models were constructed at various sizes, ranging from 1:1, to 1:20. by placing the structures inside one another their individuality can be overlooked, allowing for a unique experience of the universality of architectural composition and process. 

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nearly 3,000 pieces of timber were used 

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the installation was a linear experience of architectural thinking

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
models ranged from 1:1 to 1:20 scaling

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
‘home in house’ 

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the installation took place during milan design week 2015 

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
a tiny structure 

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size differential 

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
the range of sizes breaks the individuality of each home 

hiroyuki shinozaki reconstructs past works for home in house exhibit
exhibition plan

 

 

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