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第48届日新工业株式会社建筑设计竞赛的主题是“人类之家”，题引自1977年出版的由勒·柯布西耶(Le Corbusier)和Francois De Pierrefeu所著的《The Home Of Man》。在该书中展示了重建二战期间被纳粹破坏的巴黎城市的雄心勃勃的计划。
现在，在 COVID19 之外寻求积极和必要的建议对我们来说似乎也至关重要。因此，这次的主题是“人类之家”。这些建议可能是我们周围的设施，也可能是理想的城市规划，甚至可能是制度性的。提案应该是宽泛的想法，远远超出单个家庭的范畴。
Theme：The Home of Man
Since last year living in a COVID-19 calamity, the maximum priority in our society now is preventing and spreading of infectious disease, which is giving us many constraints in our daily actions. It is well understandable for our daily lives to be supervised but at the same time quite suppressing.
Under a situation which is unusual, diversity is declined and many subjects which had been questioned has shadowed below as it has fallen into oblivion. In The Home of Man (1977), by Le Corbusier and Francois de Pierrefeu, shows aspirational plans to reconstruct the city of Paris vandalized by the Nazis during evacuation in World War II.
Now it seems crucially important for us too, to seek positive and essential proposals beyond COVID19. Therefore, this time the theme became “The Home of Man”. The proposals could be facilities from our surroundings, ideal city plans, or may even be institutional.
Proposals should be broad ideas that go far beyond what just a home is.
We look forward to your proposals.
“The Home of Man” can be taken literally, or could be ideas for city planning like Le Corbusier, or maybe it could be taken as a large world forming an eco-system for all lifeforms. In any case, it could predict the future for what our society should aim. Think freely to introducing a world for life of what human beings deserve. ― Ryue Nishizawa
Today post human and de-anthropocentrism is rumored, try reconsidering what “human” is. Just like “Nature” is not understood straightforward, “human” is not insurmountable or easily understood. Human will always continue being an attractive mystery. The reason because, we are all human too. ― Akihisa Hirata
To think about “The Home of Man”, one should first define human. Maybe to the people of Renaissance it was proportional, or an ethologist may say it is a vehicle for DNA. A geologist might say a conqueror of the latest geologic time. Looking forward to seeing novel but sharable definitions of what human is for architects living in this age. ― Yasutaka Yoshimura
Since we were made to change our lifestyles globally, people are beginning to comprehend that our life would never be the same as it was. Although changes were always made irreversible, it has never happened worldwide like this time. Anticipating to seeing what kind of newness will be found based on irreversible change or the way of thinking what human is. ― Tatsuya Hatori
In the society under COVID-19, the conflict between ZOE “bare life” and BIOS “a particular mode of life” described by Giorgio Agamben is radicalized. To control the infectious diseases, society demands the management of ZOE, and the existence of BIOS is threatened. Please draw ideas of “The Home of Man” as from now by imagining “Nest of the man” or “House of the animal”. ― Ryuji Fujimura
The spread of COVID-19 has not only changed our lifestyles but is also trying to change the one’s sense of values. However, this could be a great chance for us to stop and rethink what “living” is. Looking forward to seeing many ideas to leading a lively discussion. ― Yukihiro Sohdai
1st PRIZE[one] 1,000,000yen
2nd PRIZE[one] 500,000yen
3rd PRIZE[one] 300,000yen
Merit PRIZE[eight] 100,000yen each
Total prizes amount : 2,600,000 yen.
All above prize money includes income tax.
＋The results will be informed to the winners and will be announced in the January 2022 issue of SHINKENCHIKU.
＋Exhibition will be held at AIJ building in Tokyo Japan: Feb. 14th(Mon)-Feb. 17th(Thur), 2022