ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN LABORATORY
What are architectural designs?
Our laboratory places importance on “three dialogues” when thinking about architectural design: dialogues with other people; dialogues with the environment and dialogues with oneself. To have students acquire the skills to hold the three kinds of dialogues, the Architectural Design Laboratory relies on fieldwork, such as visiting architectural buildings and surveying streetscapes in addition to attending classes at university. The first step toward designing good architecture is to have good experience.
|Faculty Name||TANIGUCHI, Taizo|
Architectural Institute of Japan|
The Japan Institute of Architects
|Keyword||Architectural designs, Living environments, Interior, Comfortableness, Space, Producing of space, Molding, Regional revitalization|
- Housing studies
For SocietyArchitectural designs are closely connected to our livelihood. Through research on architectural designs, our laboratory proposes the architectural designs for our living environment of the future and for fostering human resources capable of contributing to society by using what they learned upon entering adult society.
- A symbol of coexistence: Proposing rehabilitation facilities where children of the communities gather
- To be a hub of thinking about time intervals: After the lifting the government’s order for evacuation from the districts that were contaminated with radioactivity
- Kafka and Mr. Tanaka: Attempts at converting words from “Kafka on the Shore” to the spatial language