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 Nogizaka house (2011) – small urban builiding for dwelling and working | © Tatsuo IWAOKA

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Позивамо вас да присуствујете гостујућeм предавању Татсуо Иваоке, професора Токијског Универзитету науке које ће се одржати у среду, 10. јануара 2018. године у 19.30 часова, у сали 254 Архитектонског факултета у Београду под насловом:

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Tatsuo Iwaoka

Апстракт предавања:
Татсуо Иваока (Tatsuo Iwaoka) је професор на Токијском Универзитету науке (Tokyo University of Science) и шеф департмана. Он је студирао методе архитектонског пројектовања засноване на истраживању размере и модула у различитим животним окружењима, као што су зграда, село, отворен простор, урбана зона…

Своје знање о методама пројектовања урбаних кућа искористио је и у пракси. Професор Иваока је пројектовао и извео различите, експерименталне пројекте кућа у центру Токија као резултат његових студија. Такође, објавио је књиге о методама пројектовања урбаног становања.

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Биографија:
1960 Born in Nagasaki, Japan
1978-85 Bachelor and Master student of Musashino Art University (Master of Art)
1987-88 Research student of National School of Architecture in Paris No.8 (=Belleville)
1985-90 Doctor student of Tokyo Institute of Technology (Dr. of Engineering)
1995-2003 Associate Professor of Tokai University
2003- 2011 Professor of Tokai University
2011- Professor of Tokyo University of Science
2016 Visiting Professor of National School of Architecture and Landscape in Lille (=E.N.S.A.P.L. )

WORKS
DOMA house (1998) – detached house for one family
T-plan house (1999) – detached rural house for 2 person
4 houses (2000) – 4 detached houses
Slope house (2000) – detached house for 3 families
Low house in Hacchobori (2001) – detached urban house for 1 person
Trapezoid house (2003) – house for one family with a music room
Factory A (2007) – factory of piling machine with an office
Nogizaka house (2011) – small urban builiding for dwelling and working
Fukuura house (2013) – weekend house by renovation
Low house in Nakaochiai (2014) – detached house for one family

BOOKS
Metropolis Paris 2000(1989)- book of researches for Architecture and Urbanism in Paris
Housing Projects TOKYO (1998) – studies and projects for housing in midtown Tokyo
Figure 1 (1999) – text about how to show architectural drawings
Figure 2 (2000) – text about how to make architectural models
Figure 3 (2001) – text about how to fiind geometry in architecture
Little House in the Town (2004) – short story about the making of the small house
Study of Architectural Composition (2012) – text for spatial and formal compositions of modern architecture
Paris Diary 2016(2017) – townscape observation in Paris for 6 months

AWARDS
Encouragement award for the thesis by Architectural Institute of Japan (1992)
Selected award for architectural projects review by Sapace Design (1999、2010)
Award for housing project in Tokyo by Tokyo Architects Association (2000、2001、2002)
Award of exellence for the project of reform, renewal and conversion (2003)
Minoru Takayama Award by Musashin Art University (2005)
Good Design Award (2009)

RESEARCHES
Study on the Meaning of Scale in Architecture
Study on the Design Process of Kyoto Tower Building by Mamoru Yamada
Case Studies of Living Style in Old 3K-type Condominium Plans built by Tokyo Housing Association
Study on the Relationship between Features and Building Components of “Aero-Club Roland-Garros a Buc”
Study on the Relationship between Features and Building Components of “Maison démontable en acier B.L.P.S.”

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 Nogizaka house (2011) – small urban builiding for dwelling and working | © Tatsuo IWAOKA
Ballet House 2005 Tatsuo Laboratory
Ballet House, Tokyo, Fuchu City, 2005 | © Tatsuo IWAOKA
Lacen's House 2006 Iwaoka Laboratory
Lasen House ,Tokyo, Itabashi Ward, 2005 | © Tatsuo IWAOKA