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AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 8.Room arrangement

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 8.Room arrangement As described above, change of space configuration according to change in life style can be easily carried out easily because all elements are movable or transferable. When the resident moves to a larger skeleton, all the elements can be taken, so that unnecessary waste would not generated. Therefore,... 

AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 7.Interior Elements

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 7. Interior Elements Fig.10 Interior Elements shows all the elements comprising the residence. A movable kitchen is combined with a huge table made of natural wood of white oak in order to slide, and the table moves to cover up the kitchen when the kitchen is not used. An LCD TV is equipped to the table with a movable... 

AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 6.Proograms of case studies

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 6. Programs of architectural furniture and case studies A case study from the operation D is the movable kitchen (Fig.8) and movable closet (Fig.9) of the “Infill A Flexible Unit”(Fig.7) which was applied to renovation of an actual apartment. Fig.7 Infill A Flexible Unit This residence is a renovation... 

AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 5.Interpretation of operations

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 5.Interpretation of It is Fig.5 Interpretation of the case based on the categorizing of 4 operations that the above 4 operations are tested through some case examples of architectural furniture. Several interpretations for one piece of architectural furniture are generally possible and one case can be categorized... 

AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 4. Process generating architectural furniture

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 4. Process generating architectural furniture A diagram shown in Fig.4 Categorization of interior elements based on 3 natures of architectural furniture categorizes the interior elements by 3 axes (space partition, function provision, and changeability) to represent the relation between each element and architectural... 

AIDIA JOURNAL 2007 vol.7, 3.Position of architectural furniture

Architectural Furniture -furniture combining architectural functions Toshihiko Suzuki 3.Position of architectural furniture We specify the following 3 points as common natures among furniture previously shown in the interior history. 1) Space separating function like partitions (architectural function) 2) Function provision (furniture-like function) 3) Easy movability and changeability (characteristic... 
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