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Urban and Environmental
Regional and Social-Environmental Design
Hirosuke Sato
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture
School of Architecture
Architecture and Civil Engineering in Master's Program
Regional Environment Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Designing interrelation between changing cities and societies
This laboratory tackles urban and regional problems within the phase of aging society. Researches held are on urban design which connect urban spaces and regional societies that are undergoing transition. Some examples of these research are methods of urban renewal needed in this aging society, ways to revitalize unused public space, and discovery of new social actors. Students are to value fieldwork, and implement practical research through communication between inhabitants, city officers, and specialists.
Laboratory Character Students are to spend much time in the field, and value their findings.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Urban design Regional design Community design    
Recent Research Topics
Regional and social-environmental design for passing on urban resources to the next generation Revitalization and renewal of modern city within the phase of shrinking society Social function and management system which assist daily life of the elderly Re-structure of lifestyle in local cities for promoting migration and settlement Method of sustainable reconstruction and pre-reconstruction planning
Affiliated Conferences
Architectural Institute of Japan The City Planning Institute of Japan Japan Society of Lifology    
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability Many graduate students work in city governments and real-estate companies, tackling urban and regional problems such as revitalization of depressed city center and renewal of densely built-up area.
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