Toyoda Memorial Hall Renovation

Toyoda Memorial Hall is Fumihiko Maki’s first project in Japan, and was selected as one of DOCOMOMO’s 100 projects for preservation. In addition to the general preservation and restoration work, the Auditorium will be upgraded to enhance acoustics for musical performances and lectures, and a new multi-purpose foyer / atrium space will be added.
DOCOMOMO: Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighbourhoods Movement.

Location: Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Completion Date: 2007
Building Type: School, Auditorium
Structural System: Reinforced Concrete
Number of Floors: 1 Basement + 2 Stories (Mezzanine Floor) + 3 Penthouses
Site Area: 381,096.65m²
Building Area: [EXISTING]3,151.87m² [EXTENSION]630m²
Total Floor Area: [EXISTING]6,270.22m² [EXTENSION]860m²
Structural Engineer: Aoki Structural Engineers
■ URL
http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/home-coming-day/hcd_3/index.html
■ Publication
Shinkenchiku:2008.7
■ Awards / Competition
Japan Institute of Architecture(1963),Nagoya Urban Landscape Award(1993),Registered Tangible Cultural Property(2011),BELCA Award(2011), Public Buildings Award - Special Award(2012),Japan Art Academy A