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Research theme

​Our laboratory conducts research on the following themes.

1. Research on humanistics in planning

1-1. Ethnodesign method and planning quality

1-2. Design process from the perspective of institutional orientation

2. Research on how the living environment should be for minorities

2-1. Environmental design that realizes safe and comfortable outings for the physically challenged

2-2. Normalization of welfare services and ideal facilities

3. Research on Planning Theory in the Era of Population Decline

3-1. Restructuring of public buildings

3-2. Revitalization and renewal of depopulated communities and public-private partnerships

4. Research on the relationship between environment and behavior

4-1. People's Daily Movement and Spatial Perception/Spatial Cognition

4-2. Affordances for the physically challenged

5. Research on housing and living environments from the perspective of regional characteristics

5-1.Hokkaido's Urban Residence Style, Collective Housing Style, Landscape and Evaluation of Urban Areas

​5-2. Low-density settlements, mobile housing and housing styles in the northern region, large-scale rural planning and living environment

​recent research
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<Master's thesis>

□Shintaro Ohno: Relationship between occupancy characteristics and facility environment of nursing care clinics in Hokkaido

□Kohei Kuyama: Analysis of post-pandemic behavior settings from the perspective of situations that make people feel uncomfortable.

□ Hiroaki Kamitono: Analysis of the asymmetry between the government and business operators involved in public open space planning

─ Focusing on the consultation process based on the Sapporo City Comprehensive Design System─

□Yukako Kubo: Analysis of chain changes in residents' lives and social activities due to mass relocation

─ Focusing on the stories told by residents of the Koizumi area of Kesennuma City─

□Yuta Nakajima: Analysis of situations in which people who stutter experience inconveniences in their unique life contexts and ways to deal with them

□Hajika Yasui: Issues in creating an outing environment for elderly people requiring care as part of comprehensive community care

─ Focusing on shopping support projects in Hokkaido ─

□Sudeshna CHAKRABORTY: Characteristics of universal design and continuity of accessibility in a shopping mall in Kolkata, India

□Yon Secaida Luis Pablo: Characteristics of the living environment for preserving Mayan culture in remote villages in Guatemala Focusing on the production area of black salt

□Chhunhong Lao: Changes in the living environment of Borei for the average income group in Cambodia Focusing on outdoor activities in urban housing Borei in Phnom Penh City

<Graduation thesis>

□Kenki Otake: Basic research on the inconvenient situations that hearing-impaired people face in their daily lives

□Nahoko Gamo: Today's role of Seikatsukan as a local public facility from the perspective of renewal planning process

□Asuka Hara: Characteristics of daily life and neighborhood environment connected by community bus stops

- Targeting depopulated areas of Hokkaido -

□ Tamao Watanabe: How to open a hotel with non-lodging functions such as stores on the lower floors in the city

─ ─ Focusing on the floor plan and access road surface of a hotel located in central Sapporo ─

<Master's thesis>

□ Itsuki Iwasa: Analysis of the interrelationship between roadside station development plans and town development measures in Hokkaido

□ Ryotaro Onuma: Characteristics of public facility management in small local governments as seen in the practice of rational consideration

─ Targeting Numata Town, Hokkaido, with a population of approximately 3,000 people─

□Aoi Komiyama: Analysis of various urban scenes created by play during walks

□Koaki Sawada: Consideration of issues related to promoting relocation due to the relocation of public housing into the city

─ Focusing on initiatives in Kamishihoro Town, Hokkaido ─

□Liao Baijun: Analysis of issues related to informal settlements in self-reliant villages in Taiwan

□Li Yidan: The actual living conditions and living environment issues of educational migrants in rural China

─Targeting families in Huining County, Gansu Province, China─

<Graduation thesis>

□Mio Iwabuchi: A cityscape etched in people's lives as seen from changes in a town that feels a sense of loss

□Daisuke Ozawa: Characteristics of urban spaces that remind us of our home country and their relationship with daily life

─Aimed at Hokkaido University international students─

□ Ayaka Kitamura: Basic research on the expression of residential areas created by traces of daily life

□Atsushi Saito: Characteristics of the unexpected landscape of residential areas and its experience

─ Targeting the Kotoni area of Sapporo City─

□Shuno Sato: Thoughts on the significance of the continued existence of public baths in former coal mining areas

─Targeting public baths in Minami-Bibai area, Bibai City, Hokkaido─


<Master's thesis>

□ Riko Amma: Balanced relationship with the local community as seen in the construction of a living environment for temporary immigrants who took advantage of studying abroad in a mountain village

─ As a case study of Higashi Kagura-cho Shihinai district─

□Tomoaki Ogushi: Analysis of how cities are seen through media

─ Focusing on the Sapporo Marathon course for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games─

□Mitsuri Ozawa: Changes in resident spaces and planning intentions before and after rebuilding municipal government buildings

─Targeting 23 municipalities in Hokkaido─

□Song Chuhong: Unstable transition process and living environment issues brought about by forced relocation of residents due to riverside development of the Han River in Xiantao City, China

<Graduation thesis>

□Kohei Kageyama: Basic research on spatial transformation due to measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection

□ Hiroaki Kamitono: Consideration of institutional issues based on quantitative evaluation of accessibility of public open space

─ Sapporo City Comprehensive Design System ─

□Yukako Kubo: Basic study on the transformation of the sense of community at disaster prevention mass relocation sites

─ Focus on the story of a resident of Kosennuma City Koizumi area ─

□ Kotori Sakashita: Characteristics of rebuilding lives of disaster victims on private land using relocation-type temporary housing

                            ─ Targeting the introduction case due to the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake ─

□Yuta Nakajima: Scenes and environments that cause inconvenience in daily life as seen in the stories of people who stutter

□Chhunhong Lao: Analysis of issues in urban development planning seen in residential area development in Cambodia

─ Focusing on the historical changes and location characteristics of urban housing Borei in Phnom Penh City─


<Master's thesis>

□ Genyasu Ohbushi: Analysis of issues in the local living environment seen through trial and error of patrols by mobile sales vehicle operators

□Daiki Kuratome: Mastering the use of spatial resources to realize a self-help and independent urban life for active seniors

□ Yoshikazu Sakashita: Analysis of public facility reorganization efforts and issue recognition in local governments without designated urban planning areas

─Targeting small local governments in Hokkaido─

□Miho Shimizu: Evaluation of the usage environment of public cultural facilities from the perspective of stages of accessibility to cultural and artistic projects

□Yixuan Li: Relationship between forced relocation methods and residents' adaptation to the environment due to embankment construction in Jinpu County, Huaihua City, China

<Graduation thesis>

□ Itsuki Iwasa: Analysis of the patterning of spatial configuration at roadside stations in Hokkaido

□Aoi Komiyama: Analysis of resources utilized in urban space that lead to various activities during walks

□Koaki Sawada: Characteristics of community interaction seen in the outing behavior of public housing residents

─ Targeting Kamishihoro Town, Hokkaido, which has a population of approximately 5,000 people─

□Shion Fujitsuka: Basic research on interaction in meeting using mobile information terminals



<Master's thesis>

□Mizuho Akiyama: Analysis of reorganization methods for preschool facilities in depopulated areas of Hokkaido

□Yuta Ono: Possibility of building a housing safety net using private rental housing in Sapporo City

─ Focusing on the living needs of people who require special consideration in securing housing and the location conditions of housing─

□Junpei Hosoya: Analysis of the impact of the introduction of a site optimization planning system on town development measures in Hokkaido

□Wang Lu: Location of public facilities in new town development in China and relationship with existing village environment

─Tangjiawan New Town, Zhuhai City as a case study─

□ Yuting Cao: Analysis of the transformation of public spaces in ethnic minority villages due to tourism development in China

─A case study of Chengyang Bazhai, Sanjiang County, Guangxi Province─

□Imane BEN EL KADI: Basic research on gentrification and coexistence between old and new residents in the old city of Marrakech, Morocco

<Graduation thesis>

□Riko Amma: Relationship between study abroad environment in mountain villages aimed at sustaining depopulated villages and settlers in the area

─ As a case study of Higashi Kagura-cho Shihinai district─

□Mitsuharu Oura: Analysis of space creation methods for temporary events in underground walking spaces

□Tomoaki Ogushi: Characteristic analysis of the spatial sequence of bicycle paths in the Sapporo city area

□Sekiya Okamoto: The nature of the spaces in which LGBT people become aware of their sexuality in their daily lives

─ Focus on the inconvenience spoken by the parties living in Sapporo ─

□ Motoi Ogawa: Basic analysis of how users can find a place in local children's cafeterias

-The Hokkaido Sapporo City Multi -generation Child -rearing Salon "Nekobokko no Ie "-

□ Hisano Yoshimizu: Characteristics of local hangouts seen from the process of acquiring a place for foreigners

- Targeting the Niseko area of Hokkaido -


<Master's thesis>

□Ikue Ikue: Action research on resident proposals aimed at improving the living environment that contributes to the maintenance of the village

Focusing on the community center development review process in the Oniwaki district of Rishirifuji-cho, Hokkaido

□Kenji Komai: Analysis of the evaluation structure of the ground surface in streetscapes

Targeting the central city area of Sapporo

□ Hayato Domoto: The significance and challenges of public facility development accompanied by the acquisition of private buildings and land

Based on the actual situation in depopulated municipalities in Hokkaido

□Kento Murakami: Analysis of methods for introducing resident participation in public facility development and its study structure

Focus on the intentions and strategy of the planning person

<Graduation thesis>

□ Genyasu Ohbushi: Basic research on lifestyle structure centered on the use of mobile services

—Focusing on the mobile sales business in Nonaimachi, Fukagawa City—

□ Natsuki Kubo: Analysis of the multifunctionality of Odori Park from the perspective of spatial changes associated with holding events

□Daiki Kuratome: Basic research on day care facilities for the elderly in Sapporo City

—Focusing on the population structure and relationship with neighboring facilities—

□Takakazu Sakashita: Ingenuity and challenges in the utilization of new complex facilities that take advantage of the reorganization of public facilities

                              — Using the Kamishihoro Town Lifelong Learning Center “Waka” as an example

□ Miho Shimizu: Consideration of issues in maintenance and renewal plans for public cultural facilities in Hokkaido against the backdrop of population decline

□Daisho Yamaguchi: Analysis of spatial discipline maintained at Hokkaido University Keidi Dormitory

- Focus on the inheritance and change of the discipline due to the room change -


<Master's thesis>

□ Yoshitaka Aigami: Analysis of vertical accumulation and vertical landscape changes over time in central Sapporo

□Yoko Ohmae: Analysis of changes in spatial configuration and renovation methods in conversion of use from residential to commercial stores

□ Hirotaka Tanaka: Ecogeometric analysis of visual phenomena in underground space

Comparison of Sapporo Station Underground Walking Space, Crysta Nagahori, and Tenjin Underground Mall

□Misato Fujimaki: Analysis of methods for supporting the elderly and improving the living environment in winter housing

□Xianfeng Chiang: The natural generation of commercial areas and their spatial transformation in Chengzhong villages due to village relocation and merging

Focus on the remodeling and the reality of life in Gorimura, China, China

□Yuen Li: Analysis of route-search behavior of passengers getting on and off at Beijing West Complex Station, China

<Graduation thesis>

□ Mizuho Akiyama: Actual usage of the new kindergarten building and changes in the lifestyle of child-rearing households with the free usage fee

─Using the Kamishihoro town-certified children's school "Horon" as an example─

□Ujikawa Takuro: Basic study on the relationship between the behavior of guests in guesthouses and the nature of shared spaces

□Yuta Ono: Basic consideration of the current situation and issues of DIY rental housing in Sapporo City

─Focusing on the motivation for introducing the project and the implementation method─

□ Kazuhiro Hashitomi: Analysis of the daily life bases of Muslims in Sapporo and their geographical characteristics

□Junpei Hosoya: Analysis of planning issues regarding public facility management in local governments in Hokkaido


□Moeki Watanabe: Basic study on the public role of religious facilities in depopulated areas of Hokkaido



<Master's thesis>

□ Misaki Ogoshi: Analysis on the local establishment of community cafes that support the environmental transition after the Great East Japan Earthquake

Outenous aging comparison of "Hanewell Late House", Suezaki -cho, Ofunato -shi

□Shoki Kikuchi: Characteristics of changes in land use and building layout in colonial areas in the Tokachi region against the backdrop of agricultural diversification

Research on the opening of rural and agricultural facilities in Hokkaido

□Yusuke Komiya: Analysis of asymmetry in local residents' participation in the early stages of town development

Focus on the background of the "Niki Town Raising Association" in Hokkaido

□Tatsuya Niioka: Comparative analysis of perceptual and cognitive characteristics of sound environments in above-ground and underground spaces

Targeting Sapporo Ekimae-dori (between Sapporo and Susukino)

□Ken Tsubouchi: Analysis of self-orientation toward collective relocation plans as seen from the narratives of disaster victims during the period of rebuilding their homes

                        Focusing on the disaster prevention collective relocation promotion project in the Koizumi area of Kesennuma City

<Graduation thesis>

□ Sota Ishikawa: The relationship between the living environment structure of suburban new towns and the lives of residents in housing complexes

─Targeting Hokkaido housing complexes in Makomanai area, Minami Ward, Sapporo─

□Ikue Ikue: Basic considerations on regional opening up aimed at improving the locality of international exchange facilities

─Based on JICA Hokkaido (Sapporo) awareness and usage survey─

□Kenji Komai: Pavement continuity of outdoor pedestrian spaces in Sapporo city landscape planning priority areas

─Basic research on streetscape design based on the experience of walking─

□ Hayato Domoto: Analysis of patterns for considering the development of public facilities by repurposing private buildings

—Focusing on the background and process of building acquisition in Hokkaido municipalities—

□Kento Murakami: Consideration of resident participation in public housing development and consideration of issues related to methods of introducing it.



<Master's thesis>

□Yukiteru Aizawa: Analysis of behavioral settings associated with the use of mobile information terminals from the perspective of situations where people feel uncomfortable

□Yasuhiro Kurosaka: The relationship between the implementation process of the disaster prevention collective relocation promotion project and housing land planning in the Great East Japan Earthquake

─ Focusing on the structure and changes of business stakeholders in Kesennuma City and Miyako City─

□Takuya Shimaguchi: Analysis of living environment issues from the perspective of living conditions in remote evacuation areas

─Targeting evacuees to Sapporo city after the Great East Japan Earthquake─

□Yuki Shimada: Consideration of methods for utilizing vacant rooms in private housing complexes in urban areas

─Possibilities and challenges of Sapporo City's "space1-15" attempt─

□Dan Siyuan: Analysis of the spatial composition and transformation of traditional houses in Hexia Ancient Town, Huai'an District, China, where tourism development is progressing

□ Jamiyandorj Sorongo: Analysis of the actual situation of seasonal residence in “Zusran”, the second residence of Mongolian urban residents

─Ulaanbaatar city Yargait district as a case study─

□Yamada Miyu: Analysis of the actual situation and ideas for outing activities of parents with infants and young children

<Graduation thesis>

□ Yoshitaka Aigami: Basic research on visual changes in urban landscapes due to vertical movement

─Focusing on the view from high-rise buildings in central Sapporo─

□Yoko Ohmae: Basic research on the facade composition of hidden stores

─Based on field research in the Minamimaruyama area of Sapporo─

□ Taiga Sunazuka: Analysis of personalization of public spaces through nomad working

□ Hirotaka Tanaka: Comparative analysis of visual occlusion phenomena in the above-ground and underground pedestrian spaces of Sapporo Ekimae-dori

□Misato Fujimaki: Basic research on living support for elderly people through winter residential living

─ Focusing on initiatives in the Nishi-Kagura area of Asahikawa City─


<Master's thesis>

□Tokihiro Ishimaru: Relationship between council activities related to disaster prevention collective relocation promotion project and housing land planning

─ For the relocation of the council type group in Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture

□Shunsuke Nishikai: Locational characteristics of monuments erected after the Great East Japan Earthquake

─Focusing on the relationship between the disaster situation and population structure─

□Shingo Hojo: Spatial characteristics of bicycle parking areas from the perspective of location conditions and neighborhood environment

─Focusing on the bicycle usage environment in central Sapporo─

□Sawako Makinae: Interior layout and patterns in an architect's office space

─ Research on the environmental design of workplaces that aim for creativity ─

□ Jiang Ji-young: Resident evaluation of community-acquired common facilities in residential complexes



<Graduation thesis>

□Misaki Ogoshi: Comparative analysis of the design intention and usage of “Honeywell Isho House” in Suesaki-cho, Ofunato City

─Research on community cafes that support environmental transition in areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake─

□Yusuke Komiya: Public added value of fitness clubs from the perspective of seniors' daily life and communication

□Tatsuya Niioka: Basic research on the public image of Sapporo's sound environment

─ Comparative analysis of environmental sound evaluation and place impression in Sapporo city area─

□Ken Tsubouchi: People in shared apartments seen through the life stories of residents - Basic research on environmental relationships

─ Pay attention to the “Social Application Middleway” by renovating existing apartments ─


<Master's thesis>

□Ko Ariyoshi: Analysis of the location environment of Internet cafes from the perspective of the relationship with surrounding facilities

□ Yasuko Sugawa: Research on facility management towards sustainability of aquariums

□Wakana Yamashita: Research on the public added value of unmanned stations that have been integrated and repurposed

<Graduation thesis>

□Yukiteru Aizawa: Basic research on behavioral settings involving the use of mobile information terminals

□ Yuriko Ito: Characteristics of smoking/smoking areas/non-smoking areas in public spaces in central Sapporo

□Yasuhiro Kurosaka: Basic research on hanging out areas for residents in marginal villages

─ Pay attention to Mikunicho, Shakotan -cho ─

□Takuya Shimaguchi: The actual living conditions and living environment challenges of victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake who moved into Sapporo municipal housing

□ Masaya Shimodaira: Visual characteristics of urban space from the perspective of street performers

□Eri Maekawa: Characteristics of spatial cognition brought about by changes in urban spatial structure

─ Comparative analysis before and after completion of “Sapporo Ekimae-dori Underground Walking Space”─

□Yamada Miyu: Actual situation and characteristics of going out with infants and young children

      ─Targeting commercial facilities in Sapporo city─


<Master's thesis>

□Hiromi Urano: Support measures for resident-led community development revitalization in depopulated regional small cities

─ Targeting community places in Esashi Town, Hokkaido ─

□Yasufumi Ogawa: Analysis of the living space characteristics of Tondenhei Village from the perspective of changes in rural life

─ Focusing on the Bibai rural area that includes Takashi Naihei Village.

□ Tomomi Tasai: Actual status of use of parent and child rest rooms and planning guidelines from the perspective of gender equality

□Ayumu Nakamura: Consideration of issues in applying crime prevention environment design in university campus planning

─ Comparative analysis of user awareness at Hokkaido University with security damage ─

□Hisato Hasebe: Spatial characteristics of the Iwamizawa station complex from a comparison of architectural composition and usage status

□Huijing Zhang: Consideration of the significance of workmanship in the design act of elderly care facilities

□Wang Yingnan: Actual conditions of rural residence in Henan Province, China immediately before reorganization due to new rural construction

─ In the case of existing rural villages, which are reorganized to "Saisho Shinmura", as an example

<Graduation thesis>

□ Tokihiro Ishimaru: Consideration of the value of living together as seen in the way of living that has changed over time in cooperative housing

□Shunsuke Nishikai: Basic research on changes in the orientation of public art in Hokkaido

□ Mayu Tomatsu: Consideration of issues related to planning and management of architecture workshops for children

─ Through the implementation of "Tree House 2011 in Sapporo Art Forest" ─

□ Shingo Hojo: Analysis of gathering and dispersing conditions at intersections on rental cycle routes

─Basic research on the urban structure of Kushiro from the perspective of bicycle traffic─

□Sawako Makinae: Analysis of work area formation patterns from the perspective of the layout of objects used

─Basic research on the characteristics of the work area required for creative activities─


<Master's thesis>

□ Market price Natsuko: The public significance of Coop Sapporo's opening of a large-scale retail store in a depopulated area

□Yu Otaki: New town planning with close proximity to work and residence from the perspective of the transformation of the Izumisawa development project in Chitose City and the characteristics of land-based locations

□ Dai Kusakari: Human-environment relationship in public spaces from the perspective of scenes that are perceived as undesirable

□Tomoko Morita: Action research on the pediatric clinic renovation plan and its key points

─Comparative analysis of waiting room usage and staff movement before and after O Clinic renovation─

□ Wei Takashi: Analysis of residents' awareness regarding the reorganization of elementary schools in the 5th district of Guilin City, China

<Graduation thesis>

□Ko Ariyoshi: Basic research on personalization in Internet cafes

□Kimiko Kayanuma: Contemporary view of nature as seen in the evaluation of planned natural environments

□ Yasuko Sugawa: Actual status and issues of aquarium facility management from the perspective of management entities

□ Wakana Yamashita: Consideration on the public significance of “Eki-no-Yado Hirafu”, a repurposed unmanned station building

        ─ Research on the public nature of unmanned stations that have been integrated and repurposed


<Master's thesis>

□ Yuri Kimura: Relationship between the use of GPS navigation tools in walking route search and spatial cognition

□ Akiko Kobayashi: Challenges for evaluating and updating suburban new town plans from the perspective of secular changes in the residential environment

           ─Targeting the Makomanai area, Minami Ward, Sapporo City─

□Tomomi Sakai: Research on architectural planning for hemodialysis facilities as workplaces

─Through behavioral analysis of medical staff at old and new facilities─

□ Shiho Nonaka: Consideration of issues in improving the living environment for child care in the community

─ Research on living environment design for the detacement facility of orphanages ─

□Yu Lolo: Issues faced by large-scale corporate housing complexes that were rebuilt in response to housing system reform in China


<Graduation thesis>

□Hiromi Urano: Basic research on the public nature of public facilities converted from private buildings

□ Yasufumi Ogawa: Possibility of art events as a way to utilize closed schools to revitalize communities in hilly and mountainous areas

─ Focusing on the Echigo-Tsumari Triennale, Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture

□Tomomi Tasai: Basic research on the ideal state of nursing rooms from the perspective of co-ed use

─Through a survey of the actual situation of commercial facilities in Sapporo City─

□Ayumu Nakamura: Analysis of issues in university campus planning from the perspective of crime prevention environment design


□Hisato Hasebe: Design competition and evaluation analysis of the plan contents from the perspective of actual usage of Iwamizawa station complex



<Master's thesis>

□Aya Kita: Analysis of design orientation and design characteristics in resident participatory park planning

                              ─ Targeting 51 block parks in Sapporo City ─

□ Keisuke Kiri: Spatial characteristics of Sou Fujimoto's "Living Building, Short-term Treatment Facility for Emotionally Disordered Children" as seen from a sketch map

□ Ayano Shida: Changes in the streetscape of central Sapporo over time and its characteristics

─Comparative analysis of façade elements in 1984 and 2008─

□ Hiromu Takahashi: Relationship between post offices and local communities in depopulated areas of Hokkaido ─ Comparative analysis before and after postal privatization ─

□Ichiro Tamura: Analysis of public and private concepts regarding the living environment of elderly welfare facilities in Sri Lanka

─ Verimada through the action research of the Welfare Facility Planning Project ─

□ Yasuhiro Matsushima: Analysis of spatial correlation between large-scale housing complexes and adjacent housing

─ Sapporo City Mijidai housing complex as a case study ─

□Kentaro Yamaguchi: Consideration on design issues of Sapporo tram station space from the perspective of behavioral settings

<Graduation thesis>

□Natsuko Aiba: Basic research on the public nature of shopping centers as local infrastructure


□ Yu Otaki: Basic research on the living environment of marginal communities from the perspective of social capital


□ Dai Kusakari: Consideration of the relationship between restrictions on the use of public spaces and behavioral settings

□Tomoko Morita: Analysis of the actual situation of architectural planning and usage of pediatric clinics - Targeting existing facilities in Ishikari Branch Office -



<Master's thesis>

□Masahiro Otsuki: Analysis of spatial composition and neighborly relationships in row-type rural villages as planned settlements

─Focusing on the "Yokomichi" passage within the grounds of Tondenhei Village, Hokkaido─

□Megumi Ono: The actual situation of transportation to and from day care facilities for the elderly and challenges in the transportation environment

□Yoshio Kato: Ecogeometric analysis of visual phenomena experienced at Moerenuma Park ─Comparison with Sapporo Odori Park─

□Keiko Sagawa: Development of accessibility assessment tool for public toilets

─Through action research targeting wheelchair users─

□Daiki Sato: Impact of housing renewal on living style in old age

―As a case study of the Hokkaido Tonden housing complex —

□Yusuke Shichita: Reconstruction planning process and resident evaluation of large-scale public housing complexes

─ Sapporo Municipal Shimono Horo housing complex case case study

□Kenichi Shibai: Consideration of issues related to land use planning by farmers in rural Hokkaido

─ Focusing on the difference between the ideal layout of on-site facilities and the current situation─

<Graduation thesis>

□ Yuri Kimura: Characteristics of the cognitive map between Sapporo and Susukino before the completion of the “Sapporo Ekimae-dori underground walking space”

─Research on the influence of changes in urban spatial structure on spatial cognition─

□Hari Koizumi: Research on housing unit plans for rental housing complexes for the elderly in Sapporo City

□ Akiko Kobayashi: Changes in how Makomanai Elementary School is used and its relationship with the planning concept

□Tomomi Sakai: Possibilities of medium- and low-rise apartment complexes in the Maruyama area of Sapporo, where apartment complexes are becoming increasingly high-rise

─ Analysis of the significance of the medium -layered apartment housing that the plan side considers ─

□Ikue Shimizu: Consideration of issues related to planning methods for excellent rural housing from the perspective of local community sustainability

─Through a case study of the Toyama City Rural Housing Kaigaoka Project─

□ Yuki Nakao: Characteristics of the residential environment in the Yamada district of Kutchan town from the perspective of outdoor activities

□ Shiho Nonaka: Consideration on residential environment design towards deinstitutionalization of children's homes

─ Hope Meadows Case Study for Intergene Retards

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