橋本 啓子(ハシモト ケイコ)

建築学部 教養・基礎教育部門教授

Last Updated :2024/06/18

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倉俣史朗を初めとした、現代のインテリアや家具デザインの歴史と思想を、特にアートとの関連の観点から研究しています。

■研究者基本情報

学位

  • 博士(学術)(神戸大学)

プロフィール

  • 倉俣史朗を中心とした商業インテリアやプロダクト・デザインを芸術学の観点から考察しています。

研究キーワード

  • インテリアデザイン   デザイン史   

現在の研究分野(キーワード)

倉俣史朗を初めとした、現代のインテリアや家具デザインの歴史と思想を、特にアートとの関連の観点から研究しています。

研究分野

  • 人文・社会 / 美学、芸術論

■経歴

経歴

  • 2024年04月 - 現在  近畿大学建築学部教授
  • 2017年04月 - 現在  近畿大学建築学部准教授
  • 2016年04月 - 2017年03月  近畿大学建築学部講師
  • 2011年04月 - 2016年03月  神戸学院大学人文学部講師
  • 1999年 - 2002年  兵庫県立美術館学芸員
  • 1993年 - 1999年  東京都現代美術館学芸員

学歴

  • 2005年 - 2009年   神戸大学大学院   総合人間科学研究科   コミュニケーション科学専攻博士後期課程
  • 1989年 - 1992年   University of East Anglia   School of Art History and Music,   MA in Art History
  • 1983年 - 1987年   慶應義塾大学   文学部   文学科英米文学専攻

委員歴

  • - 現在   意匠学会   国際交流委員会委員長

■研究活動情報

受賞

  • 2008年 意匠学会 平成20年度意匠学会論文賞
     
    受賞者: 橋本啓子

論文

  • 橋本啓子
    The Journal of the Asian Conference of Design History and Theory 4 100 - 109 2022年03月 [査読有り]
     
    Shinya Okayama was born in Osaka in 1941, and has been working as a freelance designer in Osaka since 1970. Okayama has designed furniture, products, and commercial interiors such as restaurants, stores, offices, and beauty salons. This study analyzes Okayama's design method and tries to find the significance of his works in commercial interior design. The commercial spaces in Okayama from 1970 to 1973 demonstrated various ways of overcoming the established design methods of commercial spaces, as well as a paradoxical way of erasing space. This was truly a challenge by an interior designer to the conditions of commercial space, and is probably one of the most significant things that the Okayama examples have brought to the history of commercial interiors.
  • 橋本啓子
    The Journal of the Asian Conference of Design History and Theory 3 118 - 125 Asian Conference of Art History and Theory 2020年03月 [査読有り][招待有り]
     
    This paper explores some features of architecture education in France in the 2010s by comparing the curriculum and teaching method of institutions of higher education in France and Japan. Until 1968, architecture education in France was virtually monopolized by l’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and its three annexes in Lille, Bordeaux and Marseille. Following the tradition of the department of painting and sculpture, the department of architecture at l’École des Beaux-Arts maintained a studio system which was seen as being outdated. After the May 1968 protests, André Malraux, the then minister of culture in France, detached the architecture department from l’École des Beaux-Arts and re-organized it into twelve branch schools of architecture, or Unités Pédagogique d’Architecture (UPA). The establishment of UPA made a switchover from a studio system to a school education system in which social sciences and historical research were considered as important as vocational training. UPAs finally became Écoles Nationales Supérieures d’Architecture (ÉNSA) in 2005. Each of twenty ÉNSAs now offers the curriculum corresponding to European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Experiencing the reforms as above, what could be called the characteristics of architecture education in France now in the 2010s? Although answering this general question is impossible, this paper attempts to show some aspects of it by comparing the curriculum and teaching method of architectural in France and Japan. The comparative analysis is made on the bases of interviewing Japanese students who enrolled in l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-La Villette from 2016 to 2018. The interviews particularly reveal how architecture schools in France respect a student’s autonomy, and thus encourage art-oriented approaches toward designing architecture, which makes a sharp contrast to engineering-centered education offered by most universities in Japan.
  • HASHIMOTO Keiko; 橋本 啓子
    デザイン理論 = Journal of the Japan Society of Design 76 87 - 98 意匠学会 2020年 [査読有り]
     
    Katsuhiro Yamaguchi (1928–2018) is an influential figure in Japanese avant-garde art of the late 1960s and early 1970s. As an artist creating works with light and electronics, Yamaguchi also designed several commercial interiors, including the club Fontaine (Tokyo, 1966, 1969). This paper discusses the relationship between Yamaguchi’s art and Japanese commercial interior designs of the 1960s in order to analyze how Yamaguchi’s art contributed to the world of interior design in this period. To Yamaguchi, what lay at the root of the unity of art and interior was the idea that an object dominated a space. His objects, such as vitrines and light sculptures, dominated the interior design of apartments and bars. Yamaguchi’s idea was accepted by radical architects and interior designers of the era. Such experimental commercial interior design was developed only in Japan in the 1970s, and Katsuhiro Yamaguchi definitely contributed to its development as an artist working beyond genres.
  • 橋本啓子
    AMPS Proceedings Series 15. Tangible-Intangible Heritage(s) -Design, social and cultural critiques on the past, the present and the future 235 - 242 2019年 [査読有り]
     
    Commercial interior design in Japan in the late 1960s is often characterized as the experimental space created by the artistic spirit of the designer and the architect. During the vigorous fusion of arts, architecture, design, and industry, at the time of the World Exposition in Osaka in 1970, designers like Shiro Kuramata (1934 –1991) and Takashi Sakaizawa (1919–2001) were greatly inspired by the art movements of the 1960s, and they incorporated these qualities and theories into their own style of commercial interior design. Conceptual art, such as minimalism and environmental art, in particular, opened up new horizons in interior design. What I would like to draw attention to here is the extraordinary way they incorporated these influences into their interiors. In fact, some interior design by Kuramata and Sakaizawa can be described as ‘appropriation art’. Show Room in Edward’s Head Office (Tokyo, 1969), designed by Kuramata, consists of numerous fluorescent tubes standing vertically on the floor, with transparent acrylic board display shelves, reminding us of works by minimalist artist, Dan Flavin. Sakaizawa’s design for the café, Tomomatsu (Tokyo, 1970), covered all the furniture (tables and chairs) with vinyl cloth as if he was attempting to appropriate the ‘packaging art’ of the environmental artist, Christo. Although critics and researchers have praised these interiors as masterpieces, it seems they may have avoided mentioning their remarkable affinities with their sources of inspiration (Taki, 1969). Consequently, this paper discusses the possible motivations for their attempt at ‘appropriation’. Neither Kuramata nor Sakaizawa seriously commented on this matter, but analysis of the works and the literature will show that an ‘appropriation art’ method liberated commercial interiors in part from architecture.
  • 橋本啓子
    The International Journal of Arts Theory and History 12 4 21 - 26 2017年11月 [査読有り]
     
    Shiro Kuramata, an internationally-acclaimed, Japanese interior and furniture designer, was active from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. The minimal nature of his spaces was created by his use of eloquent lighting, glass, and plastic that was also a reflection of the traditional Japanese love of austerity. Kuramata’s own words, however, reveal that his childhood memories were an important source of inspiration for his work. His recollections from the war in particular led him to produce unusual spaces in which the subtle use of light led to a sense of both beauty and unease. This bizarre juxtaposition can also be found in Kuramata’s attempt to reconstruct the act of evacuating in an air raid. What he recalled was not the fear of the experience, but the extraordinary spectacle of empty, sun-drenched spaces in which the air-raid siren wailed. This sums up the young Kuramata’s unconscious attempts to escape the gloomy situation and take refuge in happier thoughts. Such extraordinary childhood experiences must have contributed to his interior design, which, though purely abstract, contains a tinge of fear or loneliness. The article analyzes how Kuramata sublimated his childhood experiences into such an idiosyncratic form of abstract design.
  • 橋本 啓子
    美術史論集 14 36 - 54 神戸大学美術史研究会 2014年02月 [査読有り]
  • 橋本 啓子
    人文学部紀要 33 83 - 96 神戸学院大学人文学部 2013年03月
  • 橋本 啓子
    美術史論集 8 41 - 67 神戸大学美術史研究会 2008年02月 [査読有り]
  • 橋本 啓子
    表現文化研究 8 1 15 - 41 神戸大学表現文化研究会 2008年 [査読有り]
  • 橋本 啓子; ハシモト ケイコ; Hashimoto Keiko
    デザイン理論 51 59 - 72 意匠学会 2007年 [査読有り]
  • 橋本 啓子
    表現文化研究 5 1 57 - 68 神戸大学表現文化研究会 2005年11月 [査読有り]

MISC

書籍等出版物

  • Mateo Kries; Jochen Eisenbrand; Alberto Bassi (担当:分担執筆範囲:Shiro Kuramata)Vitra Design Stiftung 2019年12月 ISBN: 3931936996 1028 
    The Atlas of Furniture Design is the most comprehensive overview of the history of furniture design ever published. The book documents 1,740 objects by 546 designers and 565 manufacturers, and features more than 2,500 images, from detailed object photographs to historical documentation such as interiors, patents, brochures and reference works in art and architecture.
  • 藤田, 治彦; Guth, Christine (担当:分担執筆範囲:Contemporary Interior Design in Japan)Bloomsbury Visual Arts 2019年12月 ISBN: 9781350036475 xi, 558 p., [16] p. of plates
  • The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design
    Edwards, Clive (担当:分担執筆範囲:Kuramata, Shiro 倉俣史朗(1934-91))London: Bloomsbury Academic 2015年11月 ISBN: 9781472521576 Volume 2, p. 299.
  • 浮遊するデザイン 倉俣史朗とともに
    (担当:分担執筆範囲:倉俣史朗と美術)埼玉県立近代美術館 2013年07月
  • SHIRO KURAMATA
    Deyan Sudjic (担当:共著範囲:Catalogue of Works)Phaidon Press 2013年 ISBN: 9780714845005 392 237-387 
    This first ever monograph on highly influential Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata (1934-91) is a two-volume title presenting all of his compelling and idiosyncratic work for a diverse audience of designers and design enthusiasts who love Kuramata but will be surprised to discover the breadth and depth of his remarkable body of work. The first volume includes text by Deyan Sudji, which covers Kuramata's whole life and the radical changes in Japan through which he lived, and explains in detail the ideas, relationships and technical innovations that made his work possible. It also presents a selection of Kuramata's writings that have been translated into English for the first time, giving the reader a sense of his poetic, humorous and thoughtful intellect. The second volume is a catalogue of works, presenting the over 600 pieces of furniture, products and interiors that Kuramata designed in his lifetime, most of which have never been published (and many of which, including nearly all the interiors, have been demolished). Each project is illustrated with an image from the Kuramata archives and accompanied by an extended caption plus key information.
  • 倉俣, 史朗; Sottsass, Ettore; 21_21 Design Sight; 三宅一生デザイン文化財団 (担当:分担執筆範囲:倉俣クロニクル)(株)ADP 2010年12月 ISBN: 9784903348216 223p
  • Patteeuw, Véronique; 橋本, 啓子 TOTO出版 2005年 ISBN: 4887062540 291p
  • Rose, June; 宮下, 規久朗; 橋本, 啓子 西村書店 1997年 ISBN: 4890135650 334p, 図版 [8] p
  • 神吉, 敬三; 若桑, みどり; 坂本, 滿; 高橋, 達史 (担当:分担執筆範囲:17世紀フランスの工芸)小学館 1995年05月 ISBN: 4096010170 502
  • 兵庫県立美術館; 山崎 , 均; 平井, 章一; 橋本, 啓子; 青木, 野枝; 蔡, 國強; Håkansson, Henrik; 河口, 龍夫; 小林, 孝亘; Kuhn, Hans Peter; Viola, Bill 兵庫県立美術館 94p
  • Johns, Jasper; 橋本, 啓子; 岡村, 恵子; 東京都現代美術館; 読売新聞社; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) 読売新聞社 407p
  • Warhol, Andy; アンディ・ウォーホル美術館; 朝日新聞社; 塩田, 純一; 橋本, 啓子; 宮下, 規久朗; 黒田, 雷児; 山崎, 均; 帯金, 章郎; 津田,真希子 アンディ・ウォーホル美術館,朝日新聞社 ISBN: 4022198052 317p

講演・口頭発表等

  • Keiko Hashimoto
    The 4th Asian Conference of Design History and Theory 2021 Osaka 2021年08月 口頭発表(一般) 大阪大学 意匠学会、デザイン史学研究会、大阪大学大学院文学研究科
  • 橋本啓子
    The 3rd Asian Conference of Design History and Theory 2019 Fukuoka 2019年09月 口頭発表(一般) 九州産業大学 意匠学会、デザイン史学研究会
  • 橋本啓子
    TANGIBLE – INTANGIBLE HERITAGE(S) – DESIGN, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUES ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE 2018年06月 口頭発表(一般) University of East London, London AMPS: Architecture_Media_Politics_Society
  • 伊藤隆道のインテリア・オブジェクトにみる1960年代のジャンル解体運動の意義  [通常講演]
    橋本啓子
    第68回美学会全国大会 2017年10月 口頭発表(一般)
  • Katsuhiro Yamaguchi’s Influence on the Commercial Interior Design of the 1960s  [通常講演]
    橋本啓子
    第58回意匠学会大会 2016年07月 口頭発表(一般)
  • 橋本啓子
    The 10th Conference of Arts in the Society 2015年07月 口頭発表(一般) Imperial College, London Arts in the Society
  • 倉俣史朗のデザイン――幼少期の記憶という視点から  [通常講演]
    橋本啓子
    第220回意匠学会研究例会 2014年11月 口頭発表(一般)

所属学協会

  • 日本デザイン学会   美学会   美術史学会   意匠学会   

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(A))
    研究期間 : 2015年 -2019年 
    代表者 : 藤田治彦
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C))
    研究期間 : 2015年 -2017年 
    代表者 : 橋本 啓子
     
    本研究では1960~70年代の商業インテリアにおける美術の影響を、美術家の山口勝弘と伊藤隆道、デザイナーの境沢孝の商業インテリアの作例を中心に分析し、そのデザイン学上の意義を考察した。研究の結果、各作家が各々異なる方法で美術と商業インテリアとの融合を試みたことが明らかになった。山口勝弘はオブジェが周りの空間を支配していくインテリア・デザインを、伊藤隆道はモビール彫刻から美術の要素をはぎ取り、空間デザイン(環境)に変換することを試みた。境沢孝はクリストの美術からアンチデザイン、虚構風景としてのインテリアを編み出した。

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