虎屋菓子店展览空间,东京 / Ryusuke Nanki

在木格网架构建的“茶室”中享用甜点

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“展览:虎屋菓子店——和菓子的本源”已于2019年10月11日至10月27日顺利举行。该展览向人们展示了由日本糖果制造业的领先者——虎屋菓子店所制作的传统和菓子的历史渊源和基本原理。

Toraya: The Principles of Wagashi was held from October 11th through October 27th, 2019. The exhibition showcased the historical origins and underlying principles of traditional wagashi created by Toraya, one of Japan’s leading confectioners.

▼展览空间概览,overview of the exhibition ©Yasu Kojima

有些和菓子就像抽象的雕塑一样,能够凭借有限的材料去展现一个丰富的世界。本次展览试图通过空间装置和视频装置来展示和菓子的这种表现力。展览场地高26米,这惊人的层高为空间设计带来了不小的挑战。从历史上看,人们一般都是在比较私密且高雅的空间中来享用和菓子的,这就意味着要尽可能地缩小参观者与和菓子之间的距离,以重现一种极具仪式感的茶室氛围和体验。因此,设计团队采用耐火的日本扁柏木木钉和凯芙拉绳等材料,打造出一个由一系列不规则正方形所构成的网格结构。随后,这个网格结构被悬挂在天花板上,在展览空间内营造出一种茶室的氛围。该设计的灵感来自kinton技术,即使用一系列豆沙条将和菓子组合在一起。虽然这种木格网架结构在形式上很简单,但它却能给人一种类似于山峦景观的抽象空间的错觉。地面上斑驳的光影效果也让人不禁想起阳光在树木枝叶中流连的景象。

▼木格网架结构的实体概念模型,physical concept model of the wooden lattice structure ©Ryusuke Nanki

▼木格网架结构的二维和三维对比,the 2D view and 3D view of the wooden lattice structure ©Ryusuke Nanki

Some wagashi are like abstract sculptures, able to express a rich world with limited ingredients. The exhibition sought to convey this expressive power of wagashi via spatial and video installations. Soaring 26 meters tall, the venue’s ceiling height posed a unique conceptual challenge. As wagashi are meant to be engaged in intimate spaces, the exhibits had to be brought closer to patrons to recreate the ceremonial tea house experience. This was accomplished by tethering fireproof hinoki cypress dowels together with Kevlar rope to make a 6.75m2 grid, consisting of irregularly sized squares. Once suspended from the ceiling, this lattice simulated a similar sense of scale as a tearoom. The design was inspired by the “kinton” technique, in which wagashi forms are assembled using many linear strips of bean paste. Although simple, this wooden lattice created the impression of an abstract space that resembled a mountain vista, and cast shadows reminiscent of sunlight streaming between trees.

▼采用耐火的日本扁柏木木钉和凯芙拉绳等材料,打造出一个由一系列不规则正方形所构成的网格结构,tethering fireproof hinoki cypress dowels together with Kevlar rope to make a grid, consisting of irregularly sized squares ©Yasu Kojima

▼网格结构被悬挂在天花板上,在展览空间内营造出一种茶室的氛围,the lattice simulated a similar sense of scale as a tearoom once suspended from the ceiling ©Yasu Kojima

▼网格结构细节,details of the wooden lattice structure ©Yasu Kojima

本项目还包括了一系列创意展品和视频装置,不仅向人们展示了实际的和菓子以及用于制作和菓子的原料和工具,更通过四个线图的动画视频向人们讲述了日本甜品的历史,并让人们得以机会去清楚地了解和菓子的制作方式。此外,设计团队还邀请了一位音乐家为每个视频都创作了专属的背景音乐。当四个视频同时播放的时候,优美的旋律此起彼伏,交织成一首令人久久不能忘怀的乐曲。

The project also entailed creative direction of the exhibits and an accompany video component. The exhibit displays featured actual wagashi, alongside raw ingredients and related confectionary tools. Four line-drawn video animations illustrated the history of Japanese confections and provided a clear explanation of how wagashi are made. A musician was enlisted to compose audio unique to each video. When all four videos played simultaneously, the audio came together in concert.

▼视频装置,the movie box ©Yasu Kojima

▼展品,和菓子的原料——葛根,the exhibits of raw ingredients of wagashi – root of kudzu ©Yasu Kojima

设计团队从和菓子的制作原则和过程中获得灵感,打造出这个迷人的展览空间,不仅传播了知识,更通过沉浸式空间丰富了参观者的游览体验。

By applying the principles of wagashi throughout the space, visitors were afforded a richer experience of the exhibition’s theme on both an intellectual and immersive visceral level.

▼代表四季的和菓子,wagashis of four seasons ©Yasu Kojima

▼展架设计,furniture design ©Ryusuke Nanki

▼平面布置图,layout plan ©Ryusuke Nanki

▼立面图,elevation ©Ryusuke Nanki

Project Name : Toraya Exhibition: The Principles of Wagashi
Designer:Ryusuke Nanki
Creative team:
Architect / Directior / Screenwriter: Ryusuke Nanki
Exhibition Producer: Noriko Takayama / Maya Kato
Art Director / Graphic designer : Ryosuke Kato
Constructor / Technical direction : bibariki
Music composer : Hiroki Baba
Movie producer : Kazuta Yanagihara
Movie production manager : Kaede Yamaguchi
Animater / Editor: Keiki Hori
Photographer for animation : Masatomo Takasaki
Noren produce: iroiro LLC.
Artisan of Wagashi : Kazuyuki Moriyama
Support of Wagashi : Fumie Koizumi, Naritada Matsudaira
Coopration : Toraya Confectionery Co. Ltd.
Planning and production of exhibition : Bunkamura
Total floor area: 91.12m2
Completion date: 2019,10,11
Location: Japan,Tokyo,Chuo-ku、Tokyu Plaza Ginza “Kiriko Lounge”
Photo credit :Yasu Kojima

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