Building System Design Laboratory
Researching cities and architectures in a sustainable society
The building of architectural structure has come to a major crossroads. Our laboratory studies the forms that architecture and cities should take in a sustainable society. Modern architectures are required to deal with global environmental issues and work on resource recycling and energy conservation. How can we build architectures that factor in Japan’s future situations, such as low birthrates and a declining and aging population while responding to the needs of regional communities? We are not only researching pertinent concepts but also developing technologies for the existing architectural buildings.
College of Engineering
|Science Council of Japan|
Architectural Institute of Japan
Association of Urban Housing Sciences
Architectural planning, Architectural designs, Housing complexes, Low-carbon society, Sustainable, Durability, Resident participation, Urban regeneration, Regional reinvigoration
We will conduct research and development on proposing new ways to use the existing buildings, rejuvenating housing complexes where elder people have lived for long years so that they can lead lively and enjoyable life and relating architectural renovation to reinvigoration of community.
- Research on improving the quality and sustainability of housing complex dwelling
- Research on architectural designs and urban regeneration methods that will facilitate the use of lumber
- Research on the reorganization and strategic management methods for public facilities