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藤森 照信

FUJIMORI Terunobu

 

藤森 照信
1946
長野県茅野市宮川高部生まれ
1965
長野県諏訪清陵高等学校卒業
1971
東北大学工学部建築学科卒業後、東京大学大学院に入学
1978
東京大学大学院建築学専攻博士課程満期退学
1982 − 2010
東京大学生産研究所専任講師、以後、助教授、教授
1986
赤瀬川原平、南伸坊らと路上観察学会を結成
2010 − 2014
工学院大学教授
2016
東京都江戸東京博物館館長
I have been interested in what the ultimate materials are, to be accurate, materials that can be used for constructing buildings. What are the ultimate building materials including not only materials of modern times such as steel, concrete and glass, but also those of previous times such as stone, earth and grass?
Tossing my thoughts around, while continuing to use each of the materials practically, I finally came upon two answers: “earth” and “charcoal”.
The elements composing the natural world, including even artificial materials, are categorized into two groups: inorganic material without carbon, and organic material containing carbon. The former is crumbled, crushed and finally returned to the earth. The latter, when kindled, burns and finally becomes charcoal over time. Even if you look around the world, you won’t find any building materials made of charcoal, except for “Yakisugi,” which is charred wood made of Japanese cedar.
I would like to make Yakisugi by myself, then, build a kind of simple site, or a space utilizing the Yakisugi I made, where I can show videos and exhibit panels on the walls.

おもな作品発表歴

1991
「神長官守矢史料館」(茅野市)
1995
「タンポポハウス」(東京都)
1997
「ニラハウス」(東京都)
2000
「熊本県立農業大学校学生寮」(熊本県)
2004
「高過庵」(茅野市)
2006
「誰も知らない日本の建築と都市:第10回ヴェネチア・ビエンナーレ建築展|日本館」(イタリア)
2007
「藤森建築と路上観察」(東京オペラシティアートギャラリー/東京都)「焼杉ハウス」(長野市)
2008
「藤森照信建築展」(小海町高原美術館/小海町)
2010
「藤森照信展 諏訪の記憶とフジモリ建築」(茅野市美術館/茅野市)、市民とのワークショップにより「空飛ぶ泥舟」を制作
2012
「Terunobu Fujimori: Architect」(ヴィラ・シュトゥック/ドイツ)
2015
「草屋根」(滋賀県)
2016
「モザイクタイルミュージアム」(岐阜県)
2017
「低過庵」(茅野市)
「藤森照信展 自然を生かした建築と路上観察」(水戸芸術館現代美術センター/茨城県)
2020
「高部公民館」着工(茅野市、21年度竣工予定)

おもな受賞歴

1981
日本都市計画学会論文奨励賞(論文)
1983
第37回毎日出版文化賞(書籍)
1986
サントリー学芸賞(書籍)
1997
第29回日本芸術大賞(建築)
1998
日本建築学会賞(論文)
2000
日本建築学会賞(建築)
2002
第1回毎日書評賞(書籍)
2020
日本芸術院賞(建築)

What was the driving force behind FUJIMORI Terunobu becoming an architect?

The Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum was designed by FUJIMORI Terunobu, with his idea of the things that “only exist as they are,” in mind, considering the environment of the place where he was born and grew up, along with his deep understanding of the history of the religious faith of the Jinchokan Moriyas family, the head of whom had been the leading Shinto priest of the Suwa Great Shrine “Upper” for generations. FUJIMORI’s design and concept behind the museum were created by way of “ripening” a variety of “What Fujimori observed,” following in his footsteps. Moreover, it can be said that the basics of his inner self originated not only from the worship of nature nurtured in the village where he was born and grew up, but also from his feelings and experiences cultivated in his everyday life there. Consequently, FUJIMORI’s encounter with the opportunity to design the Jinchokan Moriya Historical Museum enabled him to exhibit the inner self of FUJIMORI Terunobu, which, as a result, brought FUJIMORI Terunobu to be an architect.

Maeda, Tadafumi / Chino City Museum of Art

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