Aida Takefumi

相田 武文

1937 June 5, born in Tokyo
1960 graduated from School of Architecture, Waseda University
1962 completed Master's course in architecture at the Graduate School of Architecture, Waseda University
1966 completed course at the Graduate School of Architecture, Waseda University
1967 established Takefumi Aida Architect
1970-76 Lecturer at Iwate University, Iwate
1971 formed the counter-Metabolist group ARCHITEXT with Azuma Takamitsu, Miyawaki Mayumi, Suzuki Makoto, Takeyama Minoru
1973 Assistant Professor at Shibaura Institute of Technology
1976-79 Lecturer at Nagoya University, Nagoya
1977-2000 Professor at Shibaura Institute of Technology
1979-80 Councellor of Architectural Institute of Japan
1980

Visiting professor at Harbin Institute of Technology, China;
Visiting professor at Technical University of Nova Scottia, Canada;
Lecturer at Waseda University, Tokyo

1983

Councellor of Architectural Institute of Japan

1985

Member of the board of directors, Architectural Institute of Japan

1986

Visiting Professor at California University, Berkeley

1992

Advisory Professor at Tongji University, China

1994

Advisory Professor at Dairen University of Technology, China

1995

Councellor of Architectural Institute of Japan

2000

Emeritus Professor at Shibaura Institute of Technology

office

 

Takefumi Aida Architect & Associates
1-3-2 Okubo, Shinjuku ward, Tokyo, 169-0072, Japan
T : 03-3205-1585 / F : 03-3209-7960

相田武文設計研究所
〒169-0072 東京都新宿区大久保1-3-2

www.kt.rim.or.jp/~t-aida/

project list

 

1993 NIHONBASHI MS BUILDING, Chuo ward, Tokyo
1990 Saito Memorial Hall, Shibaura Institute of Technology
1988 TOKYO WAR DEAD MEMORIAL, Bunkyo ward, Tokyo
1987 Temple Saionji Muryojudo, Kagawa
GKD Building, Hiroshima
Kajiwara House, Hiroshima
Kazama House, Kawaguchi, Saitama
1985 Romeo and Juliet castles, Italy
1984 Toy Block House VIII, Tokyo
Toy Block House X, Tokyo
S house in Kitakaruizawa, Gunma
1983 Toy Block House VII, Tokyo
Toy Block House IX, Tokyo
Memorial at Iwo-Jima Island, Tokyo
1982 Toy Block Houses VI, Tokyo
1981 Toy Block House III, Nakano
Toy Block House IV, Tokyo
Toy Block Houses V, Tokyo
1980 House of Mondrian pattern, Tokyo
1979 Toy Block House I, Yamaguchi
Toy Block House II, Kanagawa
1978–84 ‘Toy Block’ houses, near Tokyo
Toy block house O and Aida box
1976

TAMATSUKURI HOT SPRINGS, MONUMENT, Yatsuka-gun, Shimane

PENSION-STYLE HOTEL AT SHIOBARA, Shioya-gun, Tochigi

1975 STEPPED PLATFORM HOUSE, Kawasaki city, Kanagawa
1973

PL INSTITUTE KINDERGARTEN, Tondabayashi city, Osaka

HOUSE LIKE A DICE, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka

1972

ANNIHILATION HOUSE, Yokohama city, Kanagawa

NIRVANA HOUSE, Fujisawa city, Kanagawa

1970 Anti-Avant-Garde House, Kanagawa
1967 AN ARTIST'S HOUSE, Kunitachi city, Tokyo

1993.04

NIHONBASHI MS BUILDING

address:   2-9-8 Nihonbashi-Horidome-cho, Chuo ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都中央区日本橋堀留町2-9-8
maps:   [Google]
total floor area:   4,050 m²
source:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo, part 2] page 382

1988.06

TOKYO WAR DEAD MEMORIAL

address:   1-14-4 Kasuga, Bunkyo ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都文京区春日1-14-4
maps:   [Google]
site area:   1,102 m² (925 m²)
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo] page 104

[Tajima Noriyuki: Tokio] pages 64-65

1976
TAMATSUKURI HOT SPRINGS, MONUMENT
モニュメント・玉造温泉 - Monyumento Tamatsukuri Onsen

address:   Tamatsukuri-machi, Yatsuka-gun, Shimane
Japanese:   島根県八束郡玉造町
principal use:   Monument
site area:   1,720.87 m²
building area:        51.44 m²
total floor area:      757.56 m²
height:   sword 14.40m, wall 7.20m
construction:   RC, partially steel

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1976/10
[JA] 1977/3

1976
PENSION-STYLE HOTEL AT SHIOBARA
アップテル塩原 - Apputeru Shiobara

address:   Shiobara-machi, Shioya-gun, Tochigi
Japanese:   栃木県塩谷郡塩原町
principal use:   Hotel
site area:   4,482.00 m²
building area:      410.50 m²
total floor area:      388.30 m²
number of storeys:   2 (above ground)
construction:   wood, partially RC

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1977/3
[JA] 1977/6

1975
STEPPED PLATFORM HOUSE
段象の家 - Danzō no Ie

address:   Kawasaki city, Kanagawa
Japanese:   神奈川県川崎市
principal use:   Private housing
site area:   656.21 m²
building area:   141.88 m²
total floor area:   141.88 m²
number of storeys:   1 (above ground)
construction:   RC

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1976/2
[JA] 1976/6, 1976/12
[Kindai Kenchiku] 1974/4
[Toshi Juutaku] 1974/Autumn(Housing No.7)
[Casabella] 413 (1976)

1973
PL INSTITUTE KINDERGARTEN
PL学園幼稚園 - PL Gakuen Yōchien

address:   755-2 Ebitani, Tondabayashi city, Osaka
Japanese:   大阪府富田林市
principal use:   Kindergarden
site area:   18,000 m²
building area:     1,240 m²
total floor area:        935 m²
number of storeys:   1 (above ground)
construction:   RC

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1974/1
[JA] 1974/4, 1976/6
[Kenchiku Bunka] 1974/1
[Kindai Kenchiku] 1974/3
[Architectural Design] 1975/2
[Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 125

1973
HOUSE LIKE A DICE
サイコロの主題による家 - Saikoro no Shudai ni yoru Ie

address:   Higashiizu-cho, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka
Japanese:   静岡県賀茂郡東伊豆町
principal use:   Villa
site area:   431.88 m²
building area:     47.61 m²
total floor area:     95.22 m²
number of storeys:   2 (above ground)
construction:   wooden, partially RC

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1974/2
[JA] 1974/6, 1976/6
[Toshi Juutaku] 1973/12(Housing No.5)
[L'Architecure d'Aujourd'hui] 1977/10/11

1972
ANNIHILATION HOUSE
無為の家 - Mui no Ie

address:   Mutsuura, Kanazawa ward, Yokohama city, Kanagawa
Japanese:   神奈川県横浜市金沢区六浦
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 1972/8
[JA] 1972/11, 1976/6
[Kindai Kenchiku] 1974/3
[Casabella] 1974/1
[Contemporary Japanese Architects Complete Works] No.24 (San'ichi Shobō, 1973)

1972
NIRVANA HOUSE
涅槃の家 - Nehan no Ie

address:   Fujisawa city, Kanagawa
Japanese:   神奈川県藤沢市
principal use:   private housing
site area:   279.54 m²
building area:     51.44 m²
total floor area:   100.44 m²
number of storeys:   2 (above ground)
construction:   RC, partially wooden

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1972/8
[JA] 1972/11, 1976/6
[Kindai Kenchiku] 1972/8
[Toshi Juutaku] 1971/9
[Casabella] 1974/1
[Domus] 1974/1
[Contemporary Japanese Architects Complete Works] No.24 (San'ichi Shobō, 1973)

1967
AN ARTIST'S HOUSE

題名のない家 - Daimei no nai Ie

address:   Kunitachi city, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都国立市
principal use:   private housing
site area:   330.05 m²
building area:     97.00 m²
total floor area:   123.00 m²
number of storeys:   2 (above ground)
construction:   wooden

sources:  

[Shinkenchiku] 1968/1
[JA] 1968/3
[Kindai Kenchiku] 1968/4
[Contemporary Japanese Architects Complete Works] No.24 (San'ichi Shobō, 1973)

[Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 125

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