Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei

三菱地所設計

office

 

www.mj-sekkei.com

former employees

 

1941-46 Oe Hiroshi

project list

 

2009 MARUNOUCHI PARK BUILDING / MITSUBISHI ICHIGOKAN (reconstruction), Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
2004 OSAKA SECURITIES EXCHANGE BUILDING, Chuo Ward, Osaka
2003 NIPPON TELEVISION NETWORK CORPORATION TOWER, Minato ward, Tokyo
NIHON KOGYO CLUB KAIKAN, MITSUBISHI TRUST BANK HEAD OFFICES BUILDING, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
2002 MARUNOUCHI BUILDING, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
1999 MEIJI SEIMEI AOYAMA PALACIO, Minato ward, Tokyo

2009

MARUNOUCHI PARK BUILDING / MITSUBISHI ICHIGOKAN (reconstruction)

丸の内パークビルディング/三菱一号館 - Marunouchi Pāku Birudingu / Mitsubishi Ichi-gōkan

"Designed by English architect Josiah Conder and built under the supervision of Tatsuzo Sone, the Mitsubishi Ichigokan was completed in 1894 to become the first office building in the Marunouchi district, thus further boosting Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei's reputation. The reconstruction project entailed recreating the three-storey, one-basement brick building, which had been demolished in 1968, in the Queen Anne style of the Victorian era. A seismic isolation layer was constructed in the basement, and original features including brickwork and wood-framed dormer windows were reconstructed. Using materials including brick, stone and metal, and working from original plans, photographs and archival materials to keep the restoration as faithful as possible, the building was transformed for use as an art museum."

(source: http://www.mj-sekkei.com/cgi-bin/eworks/esearch.cgi?Mode=Preview&Id=347)

   address:   Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
© robert baum tokyo, 5 March 2010
© robert baum tokyo, 5 March 2010
principal use:   public, cultural, sports facilities, art museum
site area:   11,931 m²
total floor area:   6,469 m²
numnber of storeys:   5 basement, 3 above ground (restoration part: 1 basement, 3 above ground)
structure:   seismic isolation, SRC, partialy S for basement, brick masonry above ground (English bond, wooden roof truss with queen post truss)
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2009/10, pages 68-79

2004.11

OSAKA SECURITIES EXCHANGE BUILDING

大阪証券取引所ビル - Ōsaka Shōken Torihikijo Biru

+ Nikken Sekkei

   address:   1-8-16 Kitahama, Chuo Ward, Osaka
Japanese:   大阪市中央区北浜1-8-16
principal use:   office, shops
site area:     4,720.98 m²
building area:     3,676.55 m²
total floor area:   53,932.10 m²
number of storeys:   24 above ground, 1 roof level, 2 below ground
building height:   116.79 m
structure:   S / SRC
general contractors:   Obayashi, Takenaka, Taisei, Zenitaka JV
sources:   [Shinkenchiku] 2005/07, pages 175-181, 215

2003.04
NIPPON TELEVISION NETWORK CORPORATION TOWER

日本テレビタワー - Nippon terebi tawā
+ Richard Rogers Partnership

principal use:   office, TV station, shop
   address:   1-6-1 Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区東新橋1-6-1
maps:   [Google] [Yahoo]
building area:       7,289 m²
total floor area:   130,726 m²
structure:   S, partly SRC
sources:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 154

[JA] 52 - Yearbook 2003, pages 10, 39-40

2003
NIHON KOGYO CLUB KAIKAN, MITSUBISHI TRUST BANK HEAD OFFICES BUILDING

   address:   1-4 Marunouchi, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都千代田区丸の内1-4
maps:  
[Yahoo]
total floor area:   8,100 m²
source:   [Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 96

2002.08
MARUNOUCHI BUILDING

   address:   2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都千代田区丸の内2-4-1
maps:   [Yahoo]
site area:     10,029.45 m²
building area:       7,562.91 m²
total floor area:   159,907.74 m²
building height:   179.02 m
storeys:   4 below ground, 37 above ground, 2 roof
source:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 96

[Shotenkenchiku] 2002/11, pages 76-91

1999.02

MEIJI SEIMEI AOYAMA PALACIO

+ Ricardo Bofill

+ Takenaka Corporation

+ Toda Corporation

   address:   3-6-7 Kita-Aoyama, Minato ward, Tokyo
Japanese:   東京都港区北青山3-6-7
maps:   [Google]
site area:     6,307.67 m²
building area:     3,870.22 m²
total floor area:   41,674.16 m²
storeys:   3 below ground, 13 above ground, 1 roof
structure:   S, partly SRC
source:  

[Architectural Map of Tokyo, Part 2] page 25

[Shotenkenchiku] 1999/06, pages 83-85