Hosen Gakuen Junior College

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Design concept

With the development of the school's educational activities, the existing facilities have become too small, and with the purpose of enhancing the facility environment, the student hall, library, and classrooms were added.

1. Relationship with Existing Buildings
We emphasized the relationship with existing buildings on the narrow site, and planned the project so that it can be utilized in an integrated manner with the new facilities to be built. The site faces a narrow street and is in an area with a miscellaneous concentration of houses. The height of the new building was kept low so as not to overwhelm the surroundings. In addition, the exterior walls are partly curved, and a green belt is created between the road boundary and the wall to provide an amenity space for the community.

  • LOCATION         Japan, Tokyo
  • STRUCTURE        Reinforced concrete, partly steel, 1 basement floor, 3 floor above ground
  • SITE AREA         735.49㎡
  • BUILDING AREA       421.28㎡
  • TOTAL FLOOR AREA    1263.03㎡
  • COMPLETION        1994
  • DUTIES           Basic design, Detail design, Supervision
  • INFO           Client: Hosen gakuen