of Regional Design with Ecology
of this project is to clarify mechanisms of waterfront space formation
in cities developed along seaside areas and river basins, as well
as historical elements for urban revitalization, through the viewpoints
of history of city formation, social history and cultural history.
aims at finding specific ways to ecologically improve urban environments,
adopting various approaches to urban waterfront spaces, such as
water cycle, water resource, micro-meteorology, thermal and air
environments, cartographic information science, etc.
Local Management Project
project, the effects of regeneration of waterfront spaces on urban
societies in Japan, as well as its socio-economic or cultural meanings
will be clarified, through property or management issues, systems
or laws that limit land use, and residents or citizen participation;
in other words, from the viewpoint of local management.
of international case studies, we will construct new planning methods
for waterfront regeneration of Tokyo, and propose a new scenario
to formulate a grand design in concretive manner.
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