Architecture and Urban Eenvironmental System Laboratory

Exploring the future of architecture and urban cities from energy and environmental perspectives

Energy makes it possible for urban cities, which converge housings and architectures, to function. It will be a major challenge for the architectural sector, for a long time, to devise measures to deal with the global warming triggered by the extensive use of energy and the paralysis of urban functions in the wake of disasters. Our laboratory explores an ideal state of a “smart community” or the state of next-generation architectures and urban cities, from the perspectives of energy and environment. Furthermore, we study methods to plan the environmental facilities required to realize such a community.
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College of Engineering
Architecture (AP,SA,UA)
Faculty Name
Kimiya Murakami
Academic Society
Architectural Institute of Japan
The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan
The City Planning Institute of Japan
Japan Society of Energy and Resources
Keyword
Sustainable, Energy saving, Urban planning, Regional planning, Urban environment
 

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The research results of our laboratory are used for architectures to enhance the efficiency of energy use, such as for air conditioning, hot water supply and other domains that use electricity. Our graduates are currently working as engineers in facility designing at architect offices as well as construction- and energy-related companies.

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