Tokyo is a fascinating capital with a universe of architectural periods, styles and scales. It must be this that has led to Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Japanese Atelier Bow-Wow after, to create their own definitions to classify different types. Pet Architecture is a unique relation between the small buildings in Tokyo and the space occupied by pets in our society.
But let us start by Tsukamoto. His work at Atelier Bow-Wow can be traced from the 90s and it is built an extensive work focused on small buildings, many houses are located right in the middle of dense urban spaces in Tokyo, which is known propularmente in Japan as “Rabbit Houses.
Even smaller than the Rabbit Houses, Pet Architecture refers to the tiny structures that take over small extra spaces in the city, And pets are part of our lives and occupy a small place in our space, these buildings are responsible for providing character and functionality to the messy spaces left by traditional buildings when they fall to the ground. Equal therapeutic effect as that meet company serving many pets to humans.
Tsukamoto speaks of this architecture as a new urban structure that usually appears in the city as a small business for example restaurat or shops selling small items such as newspapers, cigarettes, etc. Referred to as an architecture that usually goes unnoticed, simple, unpretentious spectacular attributes whatsoever.
To illustrate, Tsukamoto isometric and plants shows images of some examples. This is a microarchitecture that plays on the edge of the minimum distance allowed and that they take spaces that are sure to large to represent commercial interest for the general construction market.
Many of these buildings are also in many other cities. Are recognizable by their unusual appearance and extremely small or thin muhas are attractive to people. Tsukamoto says that’s when communication occurs between buildings and human beings.
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