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Titel: Itsuko Hasegawa (Architectural Monographs No...
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Inhaltsangabe: In 1964 Hasegawa graduated from the Department of Architecture, Kanto Gakuin University, the strongest formalist school in Japan. Since then she has challenged the current tendency to analyze in a formalist way. Koji's essay suggests that Hasegawa's work should be viewed in social terms. He dismisses those who see only a gaudy facade, asserting that Hasegawa's work should not be regarded simply as stimulating design Hasegawa recognizes the potential for society's transformation. Her dialogue-based programme allows for an empathetic approach to architecture. In her own essay, she cites the Shiranui Psychiatric Hospital and Stress Care Centre in Ohmuta, where she and the client discussed for three years the relationship between architecture and medical care, to ensure a holistic architectural response. This experimental therapeutic space was achieved through use of light reflected from the sea, which also registers the natural rhythm of the tides. Similarly, for the Shonandai Cultural Centre, Hasegawa involved the local residents in close communication with the design team. Through her reciprocal method of planning, she provides a flexible type of architecture which accepts a diversity of individuals.
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