Year awarded
Special Award
Company Info


GOOD DESIGN|グッドデザイン・ベスト100

Award-winning item
shopping district [BONUS TRACK]
Business Owner
Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Construction and environment for commercial facility
Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Samposha Inc. (Japan)
Award Number
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2021

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BONUS TRACK is a new shopping district in the residential area of Shimokitazawa,built on the site of the Odakyu Line. It consists of four Nagaya-type shop houses (10 units in total) and a commercial building with a function to support them, which are built to create the plaza. It is a plan for a new mixed-work and residential shopping district that blend in with the local community.


Takashi Hashimoto, Takaaki Mukai, Noriaki Iwasaki, Toshio Nakamura, Rimi Obana, Town Development Department, Area Business Creation Division, Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd.


Hiroyuki Ono, Shintaro Uchinuma, Samposha Inc. + Itsuko Suzuki, Yuta Kanezuka, UDS Ltd. + Kengo Tonozuka, omusubi estate


Motoo Chiba, Himari Saikawa, Takuto Sando, Tsubame Architects + Daisuke Nakayama, en landscape design inc. + Yuta Oda, COMPOUND inc.

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Already in service/use


Commercial facilities constructed on the vacant track site of the Odakyu Line that was created by the undergrounding in the Shimokitazawa area. Normally, it would be a large-scale commercial facility in one lot; however, it has been divided into small detached houses that are typical in Shimokitazawa, thereby realizing a group of small stores close to human scale. This method of dividing into small volumes enhances not only landscape continuity with the local community but also possibilities of participation by owners and visitors in creating an environment in which we found the meaning of this project as a bottom-up urban development unique to Shimokitazawa. In addition to being of a small scale affordable for ordinary people, the facilities are, with its easily changeable structure unique to conventional wooden construction, designed to incorporate the "living town process” where the living environment changes with the participation of each individual as a hardware mechanism. The architect is also involved in operation of the facilities, and is actively involved in this urban development from both hardware and software aspects, and we highly appreciate it as an opportunity to cultivate abilities of architects of the next generation.

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