With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.
January 16, 2023
When I looked at the Japanese section of the common test, it started with the difficult-looking Masaoka Shiki and Le Corbusier text questions.
Now I can understand some of this because of my peripheral knowledge, but I was worried about myself, wondering if I would have understood this properly when I was in high school.
It is also true that it is refreshing to hear a vague feeling that I had not paid attention to expressed in sensible words.
The Life Force of Vision
The architect Le Corbusier placed great importance on the "window" as a visual device, so to speak.
He even believed that the composition of the windows was what determined the architecture.
Thus, far more than Shiki's study (hospital room), Le Corbusier realized the diversity of the window as a visual device in the form of design, or representation.
Nevertheless, in terms of the window being a visual device, it is no different from the glass shoji in Shiki's study (hospital room).
However, Le Corbusier was not as mollified as Shiki's glass shoji screens in that he thought of the dwelling as a thorough visual device, like a camera.
The building that houses Mogic is very unique and is an early work of architect Shigeru Ban, who is known for his paper tube shelters for the earthquake.
From the basement, up four floors to the rooftop, it does not look like an office, nor is it on one floor, nor is it ingeniously wired.
But our minds are at peace in all seasons, in that we have chosen the office as a device for generating thorough ideas.