我们为一个名为 "Sake Jump "的品酒活动设计了一个场地。该场地是位于东京大手町中大道的一个2500平方米的户外空间。
We designed a venue for a sake-tasting event called “Sake Jump”. The site is an outdoor space of 2,500㎡ on Otemachi Naka-dori Avenue in Tokyo.
We wanted to create a space that would convey the beautiful scenes of sake brewing to people who were not familiar with sake before.
大米形状的气球被命名为 "OKDO OKOME BALLOON"，漂浮在会场周围，以唤起米粒被麴菌发酵的形象。
Rice-shaped balloons, named "OKDO OKOME BALLOON" were floated around the venue to evoke the image of rice grains being fermented by koji mold.
在 "OKDO OKOME BALLOON "下，参观者可以一边品尝清酒，一边与来自全国各地的清酒酿造厂和库存商交谈。气球在白天柔化强烈的阳光，并为其遮挡雨水，在夜间柔和地发出光线，像灯笼一样照亮这个地区。
Under the OKDO OKOME BALLOON, visitors can taste sake while talking with sake breweries and stockists from around the country. The balloons softens the strong sunlight during the day and shelters from rain and softly emits light at night, illuminating the area like a lantern.
The balloons can be set up and taken down instantly and can easily accommodate national tours. And because all parts are made of recyclable materials, they can finish their mission after the event is over without generating any waste.
▽ 设计图 Design drawing
Project name: OKDO OKOME BALLOON
Company name: OKDO
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Project location: Otemachi Naka-dori Avenue, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Completion Year: 2022
Building area (m²): 2,500m²
Photo credits: Naomichi Sode / SS
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