建築のそれからにまつわる5本の映画 , and then: 5 films of 5 architectures
, and then: 5 films of 5 architectures
Published: May 2019
Unit price: 3,630JPY (tax included)
Author: Hideyuki Nakayama

170pages, Japanese/English
Description of contents
Collection of Hideyuki Nakayama's work, film-brochure style
This collection of architect Hideyuki Nakayama's work is presented in the form of brochures for five films, each featuring one of his architectural pieces.
It records in as much detail as possible the production processes for the movies that filmed the status of the five works after Nakayama completed them and moved on, as well as his design concepts for architecture and
the elements he works especially hard to incorporate. The featured works include 2004 from his previous works, the latest mitosaya, and House and Road , an unreleased piece.
The novel design by Idea Oshima adds charm to this volume.
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Hideyuki Nakayama
Nakayama was born in Fukuoka Prefecture in 1972 and completed his master's degree at the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts, in 2000. After working for Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects, he established Hideyuki Nakayama Architecture in 2007. Since 2014, he has been an associate professor at the Tokyo University of the Arts.

Works/ Texts

2004/ Chocolate for Switzerland (Hideyuki Nakayama)
mitosaya botanical distillery/ Five Doors in the Distillery (Hiroshi Eguchi), Story of the Distillery (Hideyuki Nakayama)
Okada House (O House)/ Production Meeting (Eizo Okada × Kukangendai)/ Round Table Talk (Junya Noguchi, Kukangendai × Hideyuki Nakayama)
Curves and Chords/ Two Kinds of "Real" (Hideyuki Nakayama)
House and Road/ Pinhole in Space (Hideyuki Nakayama)


Misprints were found in , and then: 5 films of 5 architectures (May 2019, 1st edition/ 1st impression).
We apologize for the errors and wish to correct them as follows:

p. 21
correct) No caption needed
error) Ground / Site

p. 155
The third line from the top
correct) 容易
error) 用意

p. 155
The correct English text is as follows:
Due to the compact floor plan with structural members exposed inside, wood frame con¬struction was selected to protect the house against extreme temperatures and also to facilitate atelier activities such as nailing. The centerlines of columns were determined based on the flute pitch and the overlapping width of corrugated fiber cement slate boards used as an exterior finish and are also related to the site boundary lines and the traces of the movement of the big doors.

  1. short-pitch corrugated slate
  2. insulating material
  3. wired short-pitch corrugated glass
  4. wood 105×75
  5. horizontal furring strip L40×40×3
  6. custom made stainless steel hinge
  7. lock pin
  8. lock pin receiver
  9. reinforcement PL 4.5
  10. reinforcement L100×75×7
  11. reinforcement FB 60×25
  12. corner strainer