樱木园特别养护老人院
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项目名称 Project Name:樱木园特别养护老人院 / Aomori Home

参展机构 Company : Waiwai

客户 Client :Sakuragikai

创作年份 Year :2016-2020

设计师 Designer :Kazuma Yamao / Waiwai

摄影 Photographer :Koji Kobayashi

 

 

项目创作背景

Project Background

 

这个老年中心位于日本主岛北部边缘的青森市。该项目的设计旨在将自然景观融入建筑,让冬季大雪和绿色林场映入眼帘,满足居住者的情感需求。

 

Situated in Aomori, on the northern edge of Japan’s main island, this elderly center was designed to bring the natural landscapes which includes heavy snowfall in the winter and the tree farms which exist in the area with the sensitive needs of the residents.

 

 

项目问题与解决方式

Problem Statement and Project Solution

 

尽管关于日本人口老龄化的争论颇多,老年人是依靠公共设施而不是家庭成员来照料的。为了满足每位老年人的个性需求,一楼的房间设计与自然环境相得益彰,居住者在房间便可尽情享受森林风景,尤其在冬天可见大雪皑皑。

 

Although there are many debates about Japan’s aging population and that the elderly rely on the care of public facilities rather than that of the family. To give each elderly inhabitant a sense of individuality, the rooms on the first floor are designed to slip into the natural surrounding allowing the inhabitants to enjoy the scenery among the trees and especially the heavy white snow during the winter.

 

 

创作过程&结果呈现

Creative Process & Result

 

手指状的径向布局也是特意的设计考量,既保证了疗养院雇员的舒适性,又确保他们能高效、实用地为老年人提供护理服务。因此,最终的设计不仅将自然融入每个房间,又确保了疗养院的功能性要求。

 

This finger type radial layout is also a design result that takes into consideration the comfort of the nursing home employees and ensures their ability to carry out their care of the elderly in an efficient and practical manner. Hence the resulting form is one that brings nature in between the rooms as well as meets the functional requirements.

 

 

如何理解项目与“人文湾区∙温暖的设计”这一主题的关联性?

How does the project reflect to the exhibition theme ‘Cultural Bay Area • Humanistic Design’ ?

 

老龄化社会是许多国家正在面对的重要问题之一。因此,为老年人设计规模如此之大的疗养院是极具挑战性的。该项目为老年人创造了一个真正的环境。该项目不是单纯地为个体设计自己居住的空间,而是设计一个景观、工作环境和居住环境三者并存的空间,需要再三分析三者之间的关系和相互作用。

 

Aging society is one of the key issues in many countries. Therefore, the design for eldery people, especially in such a big facility, becomes a big challenge. This project generates a true environment for the elderly. Not by designing living spaces on their own but they are generated by rethinking the interaction between landscape, working environment and living environment.