Laboratory of Architectural Environmental Design and Building Facilities
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Architectural environmental design and engineering is an academic field that aims to improve environments for architectures and urban cities. Based on architectural knowledge, our laboratory studies everything related to the environment surrounding us, such as air, water, light and sound. Among our latest research topics are those related to energy conservation plans for buildings, human health and the comfort of dwelling environments. Moreover, we have participated in many contests wherein our university collaborated with companies to propose new technologies and dwelling styles in this regard.
College of Engineering
|Architectural Institute of Japan|
The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, ASHRAE
Comfortability, Environment, Sustainable, Dwelling environment, Energy saving, Zero emissions
Conserving the use of energy by buildings is an issue of utmost importance at a time when the world must address the issue of global warming. We believe our research will significantly contribute to the reduction of environmental burdens and to the improvement of people’s living environments.
- Research on air-conditioning systems wherein people can choose temperatures and other such conditions as per their liking in office premises
- Research on technologies to reduce the environmental burdens in dwelling spaces
- Research on next-generation architectures and facilities.