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Geodetic domes have virtually become an anachronism here because in a metropolis like this the feeling for what is inside and what outside is challenged by the sheer material spread. On occasion you might find one in the botanic gardens in the outer districts. Behind the thin clouds the dumb blackness of space gawks at us. A vacuum that just needs to open up for one moment to gobble up forever all ambitions, all civilisation, all history. The moon at this time of night is gigantic and yellow.
Bare and dusty as always. As yet it is harder to cultivate than the ground beneath our feet. Slightly barer and definitely more dusty. Odaiba is one of those places that take exactly one hour to get to from any direction in Tokyo because it is located at the bay. Around Japan started, with the land reclamation measures of Ginza, to build into the bay of Edo, thus creating a chain of peninsulas. What is even more remarkable is that it was only late capitalism and the bubble economy of that put an end to this enormously resilient millennium project which ended just as Odaiba was connected to the mainland.
After a long train ride through Minato we are not really surprised to find, yet again, a place that has been totally devastated by office blocks of unknown provenance and that for several square kilometres appears to be utterly devoid of any kind of living quarters. After 10pm there is. Nonetheless, security is taken seriously here. Odaiba is synonymous with the decline of being able to walk to work.
Here you are either a tourist or a professional commuter. The latter form a large part of the population because in Tokyo living. Commuters spend a significant part of their lives underground. On trains, waiting, changing trains, getting off. Making the ascent from the metro tunnel is reminiscent of deep-sea divers returning on masse to the raging surface of the sea. After an hour working day — which is also a relic of the bubble economy crashing — nobody talks any more during this vertical transit, people just walk silently beside each other, floor after floor, with their heads bowed low as if any deviation from the routine could be the spark that.
Here in Japan where politeness is a virtue and the elbows remain firmly tucked up against the body, unlike the German Rhineland, there is an intensely passive aggressive feeling in the air during the tail end of the rush hour.
Everyone is clinging on by the skin of their teeth and pulling themselves together. Tokyo itself is reduced by places like Odaiba to a mere space to traverse between office and home. An enormous space within space, in which. This is important insofar as the island is a miniature version of how city planners are imagining the metropolitan region as a whole to be after the project Olympia Everywhere in the city area, complex, organically grown structures like these are getting torn down and replaced with complexes of white tiles or granite decorated with chrome: a style familiar to us from the German Rhein-Ruhr area.
The wind roars between the buildings. That we are familiar with, too. On the ground floor shopping malls, above that floors of offices and sometimes empty luxury apartments or hotels. Only those that can afford it get out or in. The city becomes a projection screen: a place where the buildings are high and the connection is by sky train. The entertainment opportunities between 4 and 10pm are considered extensive and are of a socially acceptable kind robot cafes, leisure parks and karaoke bars.
Fun is entirely self-sufficient here, almost caged in. Civilian life is served to youtube bloggers on a silver platter. This location is representative of the future of urban space as far as city planners are concerned, the kind of people who can all demonstrate a school and university career that went with-.
Alle Projekte haben ihre Geschichte. Und die Geschichte vieler aktueller Projekte beginnt politisch im Jahr Der Begriff Neoliberalismus ist umstritten, nicht nur von Rechts. Ihn sparsam, besser nicht zu verwenden, ist oberstes Gebot. Haussmannsches Mauersystem und der Plaza, Monolith und Organismus. Kenzo Tange war zusammen. Es ging um die Affirmation der Stadt, die Idee, diese als lebenden Organismus und zugleich als Maschine zu denken. Ihre Architektur bewegt sich im Spannungsfeld einer aus dem Boden gestampften Stadt ohne Geschichte, um es mit Rem Koolhaas zu fassen, und einer gewachsenen Stadtlandschaft, einer Architektur ohne Architekten, um es mit Bernard Rudofsky zu sagen.
Architektur als Ort der Naturalisierung von Herrschaft, also. Dieses ist in Japan lange vor. Der urbane Raum sollte rau bleiben, komplex.
Trotz ihrer Megalomanie hatten viele Projekte das Zeug dazu, realisiert zu werden, und die Gruppe war auch aus diesem Grund Headliner der er Weltausstellung in Osaka. Dem Common Sense der effizienten Quadratmeternutzung wird ein wahnwitziges Spiel aus freischwebenden Traversen oder eben ungenutzter Platz entgegengesetzt.
Eleganz ist eine Kategorie, die sich im Metabolismus aus einer fast zweckrationalen Genese des Baus speisen soll, aber nie vorher festgelegt ist. Ein Identifikationsmerkmal ist trotzdem die riesige, im Goldenen Schnitt angebrachte Titankugel, die als Aussichtsplattform dient.
Zwischen allen Elementen viel Luft. Hier allerdings eher als Stilmerkmal — eine Erinnerung an die metabolistischen Ahnen. Hauntology 9 als architektonisches Gestaltungselement. It is about refusing to give up the ghost or — and this can sometimes amount to the same thing — the refusal of the ghost to give up on us. What has vanished is a tendency, a virtual trajectory. One name for this tendency is popular modernism. Mit Blick auf Tokyo, nicht mit Blick aufs Meer. Fast 40 Jahre nach dem Metabolistischen Manifest, acht.
Who studied abroad for two years and are confident in dealing with the authorities. Who know that the future is a chain of signifiers that has no place, no history, no time, just an image, a skyline. Men and women in the best years of their lives with mindfulness training and down vests under their jackets. With core competences from all over the world for whom the darker corners in the labyrinthine lanes west of Shinjuka are a fire safety nightmare but make for pretty pictures on guide book covers.
And after they have got involved, a city ends up looking more like its airport than anything else. In downtown L.
All projects have a history. And the history of many current projects begins, in political terms, in The term neoliberalism is controversial, not just on the political Right. It is therefore essential to use it sparingly, or even better not at all. There are many reasons for this, not all of which are bad. But if there is a minimal condition to describe he who must not be named, from an aesthetic perspective of architecture, it would be always to combine the worst from two contrasting worlds.
Domination and freedom, pathological parsimony and late-Roman profligacy, Haussmannesque wallsystem and the pla-. And thus we ask ourselves before we even enter the future how much future will actually still be possible in the future. PART 2 The Hyperspace of the Hyperreal We think back to our last research trip to Tokyo when we studied the Nakagin Capsule Tower, an architectural relic from the early s, and we rejoice in encountering a building familiar to us from our studies back then: the Fuji Television Broadcast Center, which Kenzo Tange placed into this landscape in Together with Kisho Kurokawa and Kiyonori Kikutake, Kenzo Tange was a protagonist of this movement, whose manifesto was published in This was about an affirmation of the city and the idea of considering the city as both a living organism and a machine.
Many buildings in their genesis rest on the principle of self-similarity. And thus, architecture as the site of the naturalisation of domination. Yet in the architectural concepts of Metabolism the citizen does have a position of agency. The city should be able to recover from building projects; it should grow and shrink in line with the needs of its inhabitants.
Therefore it forms the exact opposite to the city development concepts of the present, which — once built — put their mark on the cityscape and offer a clear rejection to an open-ended future. Metabolism was the attempt to make the growing city socially viable.
The urban space was meant to stay rough, complex. In this situation, the city legitimates itself via what it used to be and is open to what it will become. The street credibility of the Metabolists as an artistic group was meant to offset their potential for totalisation as city planners. The central characteristic of being expandable, dismantlable and recyclable marked the beginning of sustainability a decade before the Club of Rome.
Despite their megalomania, many projects had the potential to be realised, which is one of the reasons the Metabolists headlined the world fair in Osaka. If we consider that Metabolism has its roots in the late s when post-war Tokyo was still in the process of turning itself into a metropolis, it is remarkable that with the Fuji Center we stand in front of a building that even in still reflects these visions of the future.
Ideologically the Fuji Center therefore has very little in common with the global projects of the late s. In its form, too, it is a disappointment for city planners at the millennium. The common sense of efficient square metre usage is countered by a playful insanity of free-floating traverses and unused space. From a distance the building seems more like a bombed out apartment block. Elegance is a category that in Metabolism is supposed to spring from an almost instrumental-rational genesis of the building, but that is never fixed in advance.
One identifying characteristic, however, is the enormous titanium sphere, installed in the golden ratio, that serves as a viewing platform. On the ground floor, entry to the building is via a.
Between all its elements there is lots of air. Air signifies potential in Metabolism, an extendable building leaves room for more. In the case of the Fuji Center, however, it is more a feature of style — a reminder of the Metabolist forebears. The building is not really designed as modular; it is complete.
But it points to the beloved-by-all images of the modular. One could call it a form of postmodern nostalgia, maybe a never-ending process of mourning past futurisms that keep getting re-enacted. Hauntology 9 as an element of architectural design.
The Fuji Center stands at the northern tip of Odaiba as the defining landmark of the island. Its view is of Tokyo, not of the sea. In this way the building functions as a turnedaround figurehead for arrivals to the island. The ghosts of the past are conjured up to usher in a future. Really what we find instead of a museum is a rather runof-the-mill convention and conference centre. It was built in , six years after the bubble economy burst, in a country that was being drained by a seemingly never-ending financial crisis.
And even just at. Anstelle eines Museums finden wir im Grunde genommen ein Messe- und Konferenzcenter der eher konventionellen Art vor. Es ist im Jahr , also sechs Jahre nach Platzen der Bubble Economy, errichtet worden, in einem Land, das von einer nicht enden wollenden Wirtschaftskrise ausgezehrt wird.
Wir sind im Hyperraum des Hyperrealen angelangt. So wie im vernetzten Highspeed-Kapitalismus spielt auch im Universum das Individuum nicht einmal eine legitimierende Rolle. Es gibt keine Fenster.
Wir haben Kopfschmerzen von all Man schaut sich die Zukunft an, den Zukunftsvergangenheiten und aber nicht hinaus. Adorno: Minima Moralia. It devises a secondary system of cells, an expression of individualfreedom, and gen beschreibt, das Eintauchen in of approximate spatial equality. Case vgl.
Das Internet to the private sector. October Change in ist heute Nacht immer dabei. Einmal im vgl. Oder zumindest die sensationellen Kinos. Hier wieder das Universum, die Erdkugel. Financial crisis means: saving a lot of money is never enough, you have to save more.
And seemingly never-ending means that there is to be no falling behind this common sense purpose once the course has been set. Rather, an increase in this common sense is to be sought after.
Thus it is that we all have to metaphorically tighten our belts a little when it comes to ideas. The future has to be affordable and thus it is that the young history of the Miraikan is a succession of decreased funding and outright cuts.
This introduction of austerity politics into the philosophy of the architecture is presented but immediately drowned out by euphemisms on the internet page. With its referencing of Frank Gehry but without a proper architectural signature its looks are reminiscent of a computer mouse from a gaming shop that is pointing into a direction westwards that is already a bit too built-up.
The symbol of the building is an enormous planet Earth made of OLEDs that is visible from afar and is suspended from the ceiling of the entrance hall with bean bags underneath to sit on. This is the same kind of euphoria about the future that this author has encountered before, at the tender age of 14, at the EXPO in Hanover.
Future was a synonym for technology, and technology therefore living proof for the legitimacy of our production conditions as they were ca-. This kind of futurism is literally bottomless: Like a compulsive neurotic is caught up in the spiral of his symptoms, here everything revolves around gadgets and possible visions of the future that are forever emerging. A future that always has one foot in latenight telemarketing or in the Pearl catalogue and the other in late-afternoon docutainment.
Touchable jet pack futurism without any risk for the status quo. As is right and proper for contemporary architecture, the Miraikan references its less refined neighbour to create a legitimising narrative for itself because the future has its traditions, even in 21st century Japan: Like the Fuji Center the Miraikan has another large sphere in the golden ratio, which we are going to get back to later.
The fact-finding mission that this is a second-rate future comes to a head when despite extensive research we cannot find any architectural firm that actually takes the credit for building the Miraikan. Instead, tribute is paid to the designer of the signage. Kisho Kurokawa is, besides Kenzo Tange, the key figure of Metabolism and the person behind the Nakagin Capsule Towers in Tokyo, the building that made Metabolism world-famous. We have arrived at the hyperspace of the hyperreal.
The loss of authorship means that Metabolism is attributed a role within the production conditions themselves: They sprawl and interlink anonymously; they grow and shrink. Yet, instrumental rationality remains endemic in these systems and with it almost atavistic forms of rulership. It is cleverly fixed into the network of interests and disguised within it.
We are glad that with this building we encountered the ghost. Mutek is a worldwide franchise. It provides a home for the cream of contemporary experimental musicians from Cornelius via Laurel Halo to Ben Frost. Jeff Mills, too, has taken the Hauntology Express from Detroit. In front of the door to the concert hall festival guests have gathered already to tap around on their smartphones, opening and closing precarious pop-up windows, in order to catch up on their registrations for the first screening.
Many of them are from Berlin. Their bodies are here and yet they are immersed in cyberspace and right now are wholly in the present of the future.
Case was either entirely inside cyberspace or entirely outside it. The cyberspace was unblack, intensive and dangerous. And that is the big difference: written forms. We, on the other hand, are not even in the future safe from the present. The internet is always with us tonight. Or at least the sensational cinemas.
Here we have, again, the universe, the. The forever-lasting 27 whole, the ultimate act of subsumption by a society without self. Just as in networked highspeed capitalism, in the universe the individual does not even play a legitimating role.
There are no windows. You look at the future, but not outside. Footnotes: 1 Theodor W. Reflections from Damaged Life, translated by E.
Jephcott, p. In the megastructures, the public structure dominates and controls urban life. It devises a secondary system of cells, an expression of individual freedom, and of approximate spatial equality.
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And once the rain has come and gone, the strange blessing that lay over the town may vanish together with the thunderclouds. On the one hand the overgrown bus stops and electrical boxes hint at a romantic motif, one critical of civilisation: that time should stand still, the traffic ought to stop, nature should come into its own and at long last quiet might rule!
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