Architecture and Environmental Design Laboratory

Unprecedented designs of “rationality”

Our world is made up of intricately intertwining factors of various kinds. At the same time, architecture is a product that integrates almost all societal fields, such as history, law and regulations, civic facilities, cityscapes, and economy. In short, architectural design is a means of threading rationality through the complicated world. As long as the world keeps moving, the desired rationality will transform into new shapes. Our laboratory aims to create a clear vision of that unknown and everchanging rationality.
Architecture (AP,SA,UA)
Faculty Name
HARADA, Masahiro
Academic Society
Architectural Institute of Japan
The Japan Institute of Architects
Japan Association of Artists Craftsmen and Architects
Architectural designs, Urban designs, Climate, Dwelling environment, Housing complexes, Designs, Molding, Urban planning, Cityscapes

Study Fields

For Society

Our laboratory is researching technologies for use in architectural design. We design public facilities such as schools, shops, railway stations, and museums as well as houses, condominiums and other types of housing—kinds of buildings in which you spend your daily life.

Research Themes