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Transparent Structure as Perceptual Filter, Seminar and workshop at Stanford University, 2015

Nebuta Tectonic, Jun Sato Structural Design Studio, University of Tokyo, 2014 & 2015

Sunny Hills in Aoyama Tokyo, 2013, Architect : Kengo Kuma

 

  

Park Groot Vijversburg, Netherlands, 2017, Architect : Junya Ishigami, Marieke Kums

Engineering : ABT, Structural advisor : Jun Sato

Weld Mesh Tectonics : Ridge and Valley, 2016, Jun Sato Studio, University of Tokyo

Naoshima Pavilion, 2015, Architect : Sou Fujimoto

 

    

Komorebi  /  Naturalness expressed by 2D Spectrum Analysis

 

  

Komorebi  :  Sunlight through leaves

Sazanami  :  Ocean ripple, containing visual scene, acoustics and atmosphere

Seseragi  :  River stream, containing visual scene, acoustics and atmosphere

 

  

Flexible Angle Joinery generating Komorebi Spectrum

Pergola for Carved Tower, Vancouver, 2017, Architect : Kengo Kuma

Published : “ Lixil eye 13 ”, 2017

 

International Seminar & Workshop

Transparent Structure as Perceptual Filter : Seminar and Workshop at Stanford University, USA, 2015

Experiments on Geometries and Dynamics : Stanford University, USA, 2014

Community Week 2014 : Dhillon Marty Foundation International Workshop in Amritsar, Punjab, India, 2014

Creative Structures : art4d Workshop in Bangkok, Thailand, 2012

 

Essay Contents

Transparent Structures as Environmental Filters

Guidelines for Composing Morphogenetic Operations in Structural Design

Dynamics Operations

Geometry Operations

Workshop Scale Experiments

Approach using Transparent Glass, Acrylic Structure

Approach using Manual Form Optimization Algorithm based on safety ratio due to allowable stress, safety ratio due to buckling phenomenon, energy absorption

Approach using steel mesh forms based on welding technique and manipulation of buckling phenomenon

Kigumi : Approach using wooden mesh forms developed with traditional connection system

3D Cubic Grid Joinery

3D Diagonal Grid Joinery

Flexible Angle Joinery

Approach using accumulative form

Development of 2D projection method for 3D complicated geometry

Fuzzy Node Algorithm

1/f fluctuation / 1D Spectrum Analysis : Naturalness, Comfortableness

Komorebi / 2D Spectrum Analysis : Naturalness, Comfortableness, Preference

Composition of Morphogenetic Process

Lightweight and Ductile Structures : preventing death in the event of collapse

Little by little, learning Great Nature

Soul of Engineering

 

Research

Algorithm to describe plastic hinges that illustrate buckling behavior

Condensation of the eigenvalue equation of buckling

 

Studios

Nebuta Tectonic : Jun Sato Structural Design Studio, University of Tokyo, 2014 & 2015

Poured Sticks Pavilion : Obuchi Lab, University of Tokyo, 2014

Different Brick : Real Size Competition 2013, Obuchi Lab, University of Tokyo, 2013

Pop Up Stained Glass : Student Summer Seminar, Jun Sato Lab, University of Tokyo, 2013

Tensegrity Pavilion : Obuchi Lab, University of Tokyo, 2013

¿ cube : Ken Yokogawa Lab, Nihon University, 2013

Hydrotechtonic Proto Structure : Obuchi Lab, University of Tokyo, 2012

Minimal Surface Pavilion : Obuchi Lab, University of Tokyo, 2012

MOOM : Kazuhiro Kojima Lab, Tokyo University of Science, 2011

Steps in the Air : Structural workshop on glass stairs, Jun Sato Lab, University of Tokyo, 2011

Moulded Pulp : Tokyo University of Science, 2010

ETFE Shelter : Tokyo University of Science, 2009

 

Projects

Energy consumption experiments

Copper Shell : Earth Materials for Design, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, 2010

Manipulation of Buckling Phenomenon

Reciprocal System

Tensegrity

Structural Tips

 

Material Index

Glass

Tin

Copper

High tensile steel

Washi paper

Wood / Timber

Aluminium

Carbon

 

Geometrical System Index

Mesh / Grid

Accumulative Form

Lamellendach

Reciprocal System

Branched Membrane

Stacked Clusters

Branching Tree

Randomly Located Columns

Freeform

Polyhedral Form

Pop Up Tectonics

Origami

Morphology

Fuzzy Node

Soft Computing

Random Operation

Stress Flow Operation : assembling strong components to strengthen stressful area

Topological Operation

1/f fluctuation

2D spectrum analysis

3D Tensegrity

 

Dynamics Index

Buckling phenomenon

Yield surface

Energy absorption with seismic response

Manual Form Optimization Algorithm

Global Optimization

Local Optimization

 

Equipments Note

Preparation for workshop

 

Publications

MARK #54, “ Exacting Structures ”, Netherlands, 2015

Earth : Material for Design, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Japan, 2011

Items in Jun Sato Structural Engineers, LIXIL Publishing, Japan, 2010

GLASS BLOCK and ARCHITECTURE, “ Crystal Brick House ”, Alinea Editrice, Italy, 2010

Creating New Principles for 21st Century Architecture, LIXIL Publishing, Japan, 2009

Vivid Technology, Gakugei Publishing, Japan, 2007

 

Journals

 

Links

Jun Sato Laboratory in Hongo Campus, Donated by AGC, University of Tokyo

 

Contact

Jun Sato Laboratory

Department of Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies,

Graduate School of Frontier Sciences,

The University of Tokyo

 

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