Gamo Sapporo, Sapporo Building Photos, Gamo Japan

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Gamo Sapporo, Japan : Architecture Information + Images

Contemporary Japanese Design by Edward Suzuki Associates

12 May 2010

Gamo Sapporo Building

Design : Edward Suzuki Associates

GAMO is a wholesale distributor of cosmetics including items used in beauty parlors such as shampoos and nail polishes. It is based on a membership system whereby members are entitled to purchase products at a discount rate as well as to use a number of facilities such as the multi-purpose studio/hall provided.

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So far seven facilities have been designed and constructed all over Japan, and all have the same or similar space arrangement. For instance, the ground floor is usually occupied by parking space together with entrance hall with reception, elevator, and staircase. The second floor is predominantly boutique showcasing all or most of items that GAMO deals with. The third floor is usually office space along with meeting rooms. The fourth to fifth floors are most often occupied by a studio/hall boasting two levels of voluptuous space.

In most cases, the façade has a “makeup” of a skin/screen of various designs as an “interface” between the outside and the inside, serving as a filter, a cushion, and/or a buffer zone, as can be witnessed in the cases of GAMO Nagoya and Sapporo respectively.

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Gamo Sapporo images / information from Edward Suzuki Associates

Location:Sapporo, Japan ‘

Japanese Architecture

Japanese Architecture Designs – chronological list

GAMO, Nagoya, Japan
Design : Edward Suzuki Associates
GAMO Nagoya
photo from Edward Suzuki Associates
Gamo – Nagoya

Another Sapporo Building:

Sarou Houmura
Nakayama Architects
Sarou Houmura
image from architect
Sapporo Building

This architecture located in the city of Sapporo is a building with both cafe and gallery. Instead of Kyoto style Japanese taste, a sense of beauty from the modern northland was sought.

Japanese Architecture – key projects

TBWAHakuhodo, Tokyo
Klein Dytham architecture
photograph : Kozo Takayama
TBWAHakuhodo Tokyo

Garage in Asahikawa, Hokkaido
Jun Igarashi Architects Inc.
Japanese garage building
image from architect
Japanese garage building

Tadao Ando

Tokyo Houses

Parabola house

HOTO FUDO, Yamanashi
Takeshi Hosaka Architects
photo : Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Armani/Ginza Tower, Tokyo
Massimiliano Fuksas Architects
Armani/Ginza Tower
photograph : Ramon Prat
Armani/Ginza Tower

Japanese Architect Studios

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