Hillside Terrace Complex I-Ⅵ

The Hillside Terrace Complex is a collective form that has developed over seven phases since 1969, corresponding to the continuously changing circumstances of Tokyo. A variety of design strategies are used to create its unique atmosphere, including deference to subtle topographical changes, spatial layering, and the creation of protected exterior public space. The success of this project is a result of spatial and architectural means - scale, transparency, etc.- as well the programmatic development of public life. A variety of formal and informal events held in this part of the city create life in and around Hillside Terrace, combining with the architecture to make it a unique part of the Tokyo cityscape.

Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Completion Date: 1969 - 1992   (1969 - 1992)
Building Type: Retail, Office, Housing Complex
Structural System: Reinforced Concrete
Number of Floors: A:1 Basement + 3 Stories, B:1 Basement + 3 Stories, C:1 Basement + 3 Stories, D:2 Basement Levels + 3 Stories, E:2 Basement Levels + 3 Stories, F:1 Basement + 6 Stories, G:2 Basement Levels + 4 Stories
Site Area: AB:7,167m², C:7,167m², DE:7,319m², F:1,979m², G:993m²
Building Area: AB:642m², C:764m², DE:1,274m², F:1,361m², G:666m²
Total Floor Area: AB:1,849m², C:2,436m², DE:5,105m², F:5,140m², G:2,726m²
Structural Engineer: ABC:Yamaki Structural Engineers, DEFG:Aoki Structural Engineers
Mechanical / Electrical Engineer: ABC:Sakurai Consultants, DEFG:Sogo Consultants
■ Publication
Phaidon:[Fumihiko Maki] 2009.6
GA JAPAN:1993 No.2
SD:1993.1, 1986.1, 1979.6
Shinkenchiku:1992.6, 1978.4, 1976.7, 1973.10, 1969.12
Kenchiku Bunka:1992.6, 1988.6, 1980.2, 1978.4, 1976.7, 1973.10, 1972.10, 1969.12
JA:1979.3, 1974.1
Nikkei Architecture:1992.5.25, 1988.1.11, 1978.4.3
■ Awards / Competition
Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts(1974)
Japan Art Prize(1980)
Prince of Wales Prize in Urban Design(1993)
1,2phase: JIA 25 Year Award(2000)
3-6phase:25 Year Prize(2017)