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2012

  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda
  • Photo by Hiroshi YodaPhoto by Hiroshi Yoda

おおきな厚紙1枚から切り出したパーツを組み立てて天井から吊るすと、部屋の中に犬のためのテリトリーが出来上がります。釘や大工道具は必要なく、文房具さえあれば誰でも作れる家です。壁がなく屋根だけ浮いたようなこの家は、従来の犬小屋とは全く違った曖昧な犬の居場所を形成します。日本テリアが家に納まると、頭はすっぽり隠れますが、浮いた隙間から細い脚だけはちらちら見えて、まるで犬がおおきなとんがり帽子を被ったようになります。犬にとっては家ですが、人間にとってはユニークな犬のオブジェです。

Take one large sheet of heavy paper. Cut a part off and fold it. Hang it from the ceiling and you have a territory for your dog in the room. You don’t need nails or any construction tools; with just stationery anyone can make this house. A house without walls, whose roof just floats, is completely different from traditional doghouses, creating an ambiguous space for the dog. When a Japanese terrier is in the house, his head is completely hidden, but you can see his skinny legs through the gaps, prancing along, and it looks exactly like he’s wearing a big pointy hat. For the dog, it’s a house, but for humans, it’s a unique dog object.

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原 研哉Kenya HARA
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三澤 遥Haruka MISAWA
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与田弘志Hiroshi Yoda
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IMPRINT VENTURE LAB COMPANYIMPRINT VENTURE LAB COMPANY

「犬のための建築」展(企画・構成|原 研哉 + 原デザイン研究所)への出展作品

Architecture for Dogs [ Curation & Art Direction|Kenya HARA+HARA DESIGN INSTITUTE ]