To learn planning processes, methods of planning, and systems of community management in urban and rural areas,
based on knowledge of architectural planning, using Japanese and foreign case-studies and workshops.
To gain planning, evaluation, and practical skills for urban and rural spaces, based on knowledge of architectural planning.
|✔ Applicable||How instructors' work experience benefits the course|
|Lectures and Workshops are designed based on my experiences as planner of an school plan for children, a management plan of community center for residents, a town-development (Machizukuri) plan.|
Architectural planning, Spacial planning, Urban and rural planning, Fieldwork, Schools and community design, University campus planning and urban design
|✔ Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Use both English and Japanese
・June24(Thu) 13:30〜18:00 Guidance & Lecture @ online
,July1(Thu) p.m., July8(Thu) p.m., and July15(Thu) p.m
・Lecture and Workshop（Individual work in 2021, depending on the circumstances）
・Presentation（Submission of reports, Individual reviews, in 2020）
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Guidance 1) Architectural planning and Urban - Rural planning.||Guidance and Lecture|
|Class 2||2) Traditional culture and residential studies in rural area.||Lecture and Workshop|
|Class 3||3) Urban/Rural symbiotic relationship and Sustainable design for the community.||Lecture and Workshop|
|Class 4||4) Theory of fieldwork and workshop for community design.||Lecture and Workshop|
|Class 5||5) Planning of public schools and community design.||Lecture and Workshop|
|Class 6||6) University campus planning and urban design.||Lecture and Workshop|
|Class 7||Final presentation 1||Presentation|
|Class 8||Final presentation 2||Presentation|
Books and references are introduced during classes
*active participation in group work and fieldwork.
*reports and final presentation.
(Submission of reports, Reviews, in 2020,2021)
Students should have interest in community design and spacial planning in urban and rural areas, based on architectural planning.