立命館大学理工学部建築都市デザイン学科2020年度 卒業設計展 On-Line Ritsumeikan University Department of Architecture & Urban Design Thesis Design On-Line Exhibition

奨励賞the Encouragement Prize

本の森の分水界 ー大切な一つの物語に逢う旅ー Watershed moments in the Library Forest -A journey to meet your most precious story-

國弘朝葉 Tomoha Kunihiro


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これはあなたが大切な一つの物語に出逢うための、
そして、認め合う社会のあり方を願うための建築。

広がり続ける情報の“海”。
自分にとって本当に大切な物語は、溢れかえる情報、心ない言葉に隠された。
しかし本来、その“海”は自分の知らない世界を見て、人々が互いを認め合う美しい場ではなかっただろうか。

人生は、何かを切り捨て大切な一つを選ぶ行為の象徴。
水は、分水界で分かれ異なる水系を辿ってもいずれ海にたどり着く様に、どんな物語を辿っても最後には認め合う社会のあり方を映し出す。
それら人生の形と水の流れを重ね合わせ、湖岸の森へ図書館として浮かび上がらす。

「大切な一つの物語に逢う旅へ出かけませんか?」

This is a program for you to meet your most precious story, and to wish for a society where people recognize and respect each other. The “sea” of information continues to expand. Your most precious story is hidden in a flood of information and heartless words. However, originally, the “sea” must have been a beautiful place, where people could see the world they’d never seen and would recognize each other with heartful respects… To me, water represents some aspects of ideal society as I imagine, since it eventually reaches the sea even after it is divided into different streams at many “watersheds” and follows different water. There are some "watershed" moments in our lives. Then you must make your choices. I hope it is also the way of our society that we recognize each other with full respect, no matter what streams of story you have followed. The two shape of “watershed” – that of water, and that of our lives - are superimposed and projected as the structure of a library that I propose in the forest. Why don’t you go on a journey to meet your most precious story?