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Junpei Hosoya's research presentation received the "Young Excellent Presentation Award" at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Architectural Institute of Japan (Hokuriku) in the city planning category.(2019.10.28)

Associate Professor Nomura received the 2019 Japan Association for Urban Studies Best Paper Award.(2019.10.26)

The proposal by Riko Amma (M1) and Ken Tsubouchi (D4) won the "Honorable Mention" in the "Student Competition to Create Future Scenery".(2019.10.5)

A contribution by Prof. Suguru Mori was published in the Hokkaido Architectural Guidance Center "Center Report" Summer 2019 issue (No. 209).(2019.8.8)

The proposal by Riko Amma (M1) and others won the "Excellence Award" at the "10th JIA Tesk Challenge Design Competition".(2019.7.21)

The Nayoro Shimbun and Hokuto Shimbun reported on the "Citizen Symposium on Compact City Development" held in Nayoro City on June 10th.(2019.6.12)

Hokkaido Municipal Promotion Association / Municipal Policy Information Magazine "Practice" No. 29 Special Feature "Prescription for Reorganization of Public Facilities" Professor Suguru Mori's proposal "From maintenance of points to design of surface Contribute to qualitative improvement of residents' lives" has been published.(2019.5.20)

A book about community development in Kamishihoro Town, “Furusato Sosei: Miracles in Kamishihoro Town, Hokkaido” (Kirakusha, 2019.4) has been published.(2019.4.22)

Hokkaido Architectural Guidance Center "Center Report" Spring 2019 issue (No. 208), Higashikagura-cho Shihinai district exchange center "Sakura Plaza", which our laboratory was in charge of basic design, was published.(2019.4.10)

Prof. Suguru Mori has been appointed as a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Mien Tay Construction University, Vietnam.(2019.3.7)

A contribution by Prof. Suguru Mori was published in the Hokkaido Architectural Guidance Center "Center Report" winter 2019 issue (No. 207).(2019.2.10)

“Kamishihoro Town Lifelong Learning Center Wakka” won the Hokkaido Red Brick Architecture Award.(2019.1.30)

The research presentation by Ken Tsubouchi (D3) received the Young Excellent Presentation Award at the Architectural Planning Division of the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Architectural Institute of Japan (Tohoku).(2018.11.9)

The Nayoro Shimbun and Hokuto Shimbun reported on the symposium on community development held in Nayoro City on December 12 (venue: Nayoro City University).(2018.12.14)

The poster presentation by Gentai Obuse (M1) received the "Branch Chief Award" at the 2018 Research Presentation Meeting of the Hokkaido Branch of the City Planning Institute of Japan.(2018.10.27)

Ms. Riko Amma (B4) won the "Excellence Award" at the 2018 Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture Hokkaido Branch Convention for her poster presentation.(2018.10.13)

Hiroto Yamaguchi's bachelor's thesis received the ``Presentation Award of the Society for Human and Environmental Studies'' at the 25th Annual Conference of the Society for Human and Environmental Studies.(2018.5.26)

 A contribution by Joachim Michael L. Espina (M2) was published in the September issue of Modern Architecture.(2018.9.10)

The proposal by Yuta Ono (M2) won the Kimiro Meguro Award at the Phase Free Housing Design Competition. (2018.9.9)

Do Thinh Duy (D2) won the Best Presentation Award at the International Conference of Asia-Pacific Planning Societies 2018 held in Ho Chi Minh City. (2018.8.24)

An introduction to the research and activities of Gentai Obushi (M1) was published in the student column of the engineering department public relations magazine "Enjini Ring July 2018 issue".(2018.7.1)

Gentai Obushi (M1) received the "Excellent Lecture Encouragement Award" at the 91st Research Presentation Meeting of the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan.(2018.6.23)

The proposal by Ken Tsubouchi (D2) received an honorable mention in the "Tsushima City Tenno-dori Restoration Plan Proposal Call for Proposals".(2017.12.16)

The Tomakomai Minpo and the Hokkaido Shimbun on November 7 introduced the 3rd Review Committee for fiscal 2017 regarding the formulation of the basic plan for the construction of Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name).(2017.11.7)

Tomakomai Minpo introduced a public workshop on Tomakomai Civic Hall (tentative name) held on October 25 (Venue: Machinaka Koryu Center - Cocotoma).(2017.10.25)

The “#Caligraci” talk event will be held on September 21st (Thursday) at the MUTSUMI Hall in the Hokkaido University Architecture Building. Professor Suguru Mori will also appear.(2017.09.12)

The Tomakomai Minpo on July 10 introduced the progress of the basic plan for the construction of Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name).(2017.07.10)

The Tomakomai Minpo on June 27 introduced the 2017 1st Review Committee for formulating the basic plan for the construction of Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name).(2017.06.27)

Tomakomai Minpo on June 5 introduced the state of the citizen awareness event (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall held on June 3 (venue: AEON MALL Tomakomai).(2017.6.5)

The Hokkaido Shimbun and Muroran Minpo on June 4 introduced the public awareness event for Tomakomai Civic Hall (tentative name) held on June 3 (venue: Aeon Mall Tomakomai).(2017.6.4)

Assistant Professor Morishita received the 2017 Architectural Institute of Japan Award for Education (Educational Contribution).(2017.4.14)

The Higashikagura-cho/Shihinai district public hall, which our laboratory was in charge of basic design, was introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on March 15.(2017.3.15)

Tomakomai Minpo on January 25 introduced the fifth meeting (January 23) of the (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee.(2017.1.25)

Prof. Suguru Mori won the Best Presentation Table at The 13th Annual Convention of Architecture and Environment Design Education in National Fine Arts Academies, China held in November 2016 in Jinan, China.(2017.1.13)

Professor Suguru Mori will give an academic lecture hosted by the Science Council of Japan and the Hokkaido Regional Conference on Saturday, February 11, titled "Knowledge of Hokkaido that contributes to the goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations for a sustainable world." will be on stage.(2017.1.11)

Professor Suguru Mori's article "Why are vacant houses a 'problem'? ” was published.(16.12.27)

Professor Jie Mori has been appointed as a specially invited professor at the School of Architecture and Landscape Design, Shandong Academy of Arts and Crafts, China.(2016.11.15)

Hirotaka Tanaka (M2)'s proposal won the "Encouragement Award" at the "41st Northern Housing Design Competition".(2016.11.14)

The Tomakomai Civic Hall Forum (provisional name) held on October 23, "Let's think about the civic hall as a plaza for relaxation in the future," was introduced in the Tomakomai Minpo on October 24 and the Hokkaido Shimbun on October 25. I was.(2016.10.25)

On October 24, Hokkaido Shimbun introduced the Tomakomai Civic Hall Forum (provisional name) held on October 23.(2016.10.24)

Prof. Suguru Mori was awarded the 2016 Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research Judging Committee Award. This award selects and commends reviewers who provide meaningful review opinions in the review of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research and contribute to fair and impartial review.(2016.10.13)

The 2nd activity WG related to the basic plan for the construction of Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name) was introduced in the Hokkaido Shimbun on August 17th and the Tomakomai Minpo on August 18th.(2016.08.18)

The first workshop on the renovation of the Higashikaguracho/Shihinai district public hall, which our laboratory is in charge of designing, was published in the August 2016 issue of the Higashikaguracho public relations magazine "Higashikagura." Let's make a!(2016.8.1)

(Tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Investigative Committee's 1st meeting (July 4th) in 2016 was introduced in the Hokkaido Shimbun and Muroran Minpo on July 5th.(2016.7.5)

An interview article with Prof. Suguru Mori regarding the basic plan of Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name) was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun on June 26th.(2016.6.26)

In Muroran Minpo, the start of the basic plan for the next two years and the public recruitment of WG members for the Tomakomai Civic Hall (provisional name), which the laboratory was commissioned to formulate the basic concept last year, was introduced.(2016.6.8)

 The "(provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Basic Plan", which our laboratory was commissioned to formulate, has been released.(2016.5.1)

  (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee 11th meeting (March 23rd) was introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on March 25th.(2016.3.25)

The 11th meeting (March 23rd) of the (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee was introduced in the Hokkaido Shimbun and Tomakomai Minpo on March 24th.(2016.3.24)

The Architectural Institute of Japan will hold a symposium on the 5th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, titled "To what extent could we make the most of our specialized knowledge?" Prof. Suguru Mori will be on stage as a panelist.(2016.3.12)

In the March 10, 2016 issue of Nikkei Architecture, an interview with Professor Suguru Mori was introduced under the theme of "Difficulties in Disaster Areas: Bipolar Reconstruction."(2016.3.10)

The 10th meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (February 15) and the public comments on the basic concept (draft) were introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on February 19 and the Tomakomai Minpo on February 23. it was done.(2016.2.23)

Public comments have begun on the Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Basic Plan (tentative name), which our laboratory has been commissioned to formulate.(2016.2.22) 

The 10th meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (February 15th) and public comments on the basic concept (draft) were introduced in the Hokkaido Shimbun on February 16th.(2016.2.16)

Prof. Suguru Mori has been selected for the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research/International Joint Research Acceleration Fund (Enhancing Joint International Research), which was newly established in 2015. Macquarie, Austria, on the theme of community relocation planning and resettlement models in the Asia-Pacific region

We will promote international joint research with universities (planned).(2016.2.8)

Prof. Suguru Mori's view on the issue of group relocation in the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake was featured in the Mainichi Shimbun's feature article on February 1, "5 Years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Part 1: Community Development."(2016.2.1)

The 9th meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (January 18th) was introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on January 20th and the Tomakomai Minpo on January 21st.(2016.1.21)

The proposal of Shoki Kikuchi (M2) won the "Best Award" in the "N13 Renovation Student Idea Competition".(2016.1.21)

Prof. Suguru Mori's view on the issue of land readjustment was featured in the Hokkaido Shimbun on January 17th.(2016.1.17)

The 8th meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (December 14th) and the basic plan (draft) were introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on January 6th.(2016.1.6)

The 8th meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (December 14th) and the basic plan (draft) were introduced in the Hokkaido Shimbun and Tomakomai Minpo on December 15th.(2015.12.15)

(Provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee 7th meeting (November 16th) was published in the Tomakomai Minpo on November 18th.(2015.11.18)

The 7th meeting (November 16th) of the (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun on November 18th.(2015.11.18)

The proposal of Shoki Kikuchi (M2) won the "Excellence Award" at the "40th Northern Housing Design Competition".(2015.11.16)

The progress of mass relocation and housing reconstruction in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City was published in the Kahoku Shimpo on November 1st.  (2015.11.1)

Prof. Suguru Mori was awarded the Special Award (Machizukuri Award) from the Japan Association for Urban Studies.(2015.10.31)

  (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee 6th meeting (October 19) was published in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on October 21st.(2015.10.21)

The 5th meeting (September 18) of the (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee was published in Tomakomai Minpo on September 22nd.(2015.9.22)

Professor Suguru Mori will be the keynote speaker at the symposium "Major Earthquake Countermeasures Symposium: How to prepare for a Tokyo Inland Earthquake and Nankai Trough Mega Earthquake" held on Saturday, September 19 (co-sponsored by Mitsubishi UFJ Research & Consulting Co., Ltd., Policy Analysis Network) I will give a lecture.(2015.9.19) 

  (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee 4th meeting (8/18) was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun on August 21st.(2015.8.21) 

The 4th meeting (8/18) of the (provisional name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee was published in the Tomakomai Minpo on August 19th.(2015.8.19)

The third meeting (tentative name) Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (July 31) was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun on August 7th and in the Tomakomai Minpo on August 11th.(2015.8.11)

Our laboratory was introduced in the series "laboratory report" in the web version 005 (July 2015 issue) of Architectural Institute of Japan "Architectural Discussion".(2015.7.31)

The second meeting (July 3) of the Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (provisional name) chaired by Prof. Suguru Mori was published in Tomakomai Minpo on July 17th.(2015.7.17)

The second meeting (July 3) of the Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (provisional name), chaired by Prof. Suguru Mori, was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun and the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on July 8.(2015.7.8)

Misaki Ogoshi and Tatsuya Niioka received the "Excellent Lecture Encouragement Award" at the 88th Research Presentation Meeting of the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan.(2015.6.27)

The renovation of the Kamishihoro-cho former staff housing, which our laboratory was in charge of, was introduced in the Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun on June 22nd.(2015.6.22)

The first meeting (May 29) of the Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (provisional name) chaired by Prof. Suguru Mori was reported in the Tomakomai Minpo on May 30 and the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on June 2. It was published.(2015.6.2)

The first meeting (May 29) of the Tomakomai Civic Hall Construction Review Committee (provisional name) chaired by Prof. Suguru Mori was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun on May 30.(2015.5.30)

Our laboratory was introduced in the series "Kenchiku Gaku Viva" in "Comfort" No. 144 (June 2015).(2015.5.2)

Regional revitalization activities based on Ofunato's "Ibasho House", which was designed by our laboratory and relocated and reused, were introduced in the Sankei Shimbun on March 11 and the Iwate Nippo on March 15.(2015.3.15)

Professor Suguru Mori was awarded the Hokkaido University President's Award for Encouragement of Education (for his outstanding contribution to the Top Global University Project "Hokkaido Universal Campus Initiative Project").(2015.3.11)

In the March 2015 issue of Monthly Governance, Professor Suguru Mori's article "Consensus Building and Facilitation for Group Relocation/Reconstruction Community Development" was published in the special feature "Four years after the Great East Japan Earthquake".(2015.3.11)

3/11 (Wednesday) at Sapporo Chi-Ka-Ho (Sapporo Ekimae-dori Underground Pedestrian Space), an open study group "Where is 'universal design' headed?-Thinking from examples of initiatives in Hokkaido-" will be held by the Architectural Institute of Japan Hokkaido It will be held jointly by the Branch Building Planning Special Committee and the Hokkaido Branch of the Society for Social Welfare and Community Development.(2015.3.11)

In the afternoon of March 8 (Sunday), a seminar on vacant house issues and inheritance tax countermeasures will be held at the Sapporo Grand Hotel, sponsored by Sekisui House. Professor Suguru Mori serves as a lecturer in Part 1, "Countermeasures against vacant houses and vacant lots, and community development," and provides a topic based on the text "Let's all think about life and housing in Hokkaido 30 years from now," which was published in December last year. Participation is free and limited to the first 80 people to book.(2015.2.20)

The book "Let's think about life and housing in Hokkaido together 30 years from now" was featured in the book introduction corner of the information magazine "Center Report" of the Hokkaido Architectural Guidance Center Winter 2015 (No. 191). (2015.1.1)

The Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun reported on the 3rd meeting of the Sapporo City Empty House Investigative Committee chaired by Professor Mori on November 28th. (2014.11.28)

The work "Sapporo Spec" by our laboratory will be exhibited at "Art and Architecture, Future Sapporo" held at the Sapporo 500m Museum from October 11th. (2014.10.11)

The efforts to reorganize public facilities in Kamishihoro Town, Hokkaido, based on Professor Suguru Mori's "Machi no Seitai" was introduced in the Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun on October 7th. (2014.10.7)

In the October 2014 issue of Shinkenchiku, a series of articles entitled "Reconstruction of the City: Towards the Future of 2020 and Beyond", Professor Suguru Mori's article "Reconstruction of Spaces to Support Resilient Communities: Group Relocation Planning for the Koizumi District of Kesennuma City" is included. It was published. (2014.10.1)

The Kahoku Shimpo on September 15th reported on a workshop for the collective relocation of the Kesennuma Koizumi area and a tour of the construction work.(2014.9.15)

The proposal by Takuya Shimaguchi and Miyu Yamada (M2) won the "Excellence Award" in the open secondary screening of the "2nd Hulic Student Idea Competition". (2014.8.24)

The Hokkaido Shimbun and Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun reported on the 2nd meeting of the Sapporo City Empty House Countermeasures Review Committee chaired by Professor Mori on August 6th. (2014.8.6)

An activity report of the international design workshop "Green-Eco-Sustainable Town Design toward Glocalizaton" by Hokkaido University and Chongqing University was adopted as a project by JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency) "Sakura Science Plan". was posted on the homepage. (2014.8.5)

Assistant Professor Rie Nomura's report on her overseas research in Singapore, "Singapore's Housing Culture Landscapes Seen in Public Housing Complexes," was published in the Global Landscape Newsletter (No.27) of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture.(2014.7.25)

The proposal of our laboratory passed the first examination of "Sapporo International Art Festival 2014/Sapporo City Museum Renovation Idea Competition". During the period from July 19th to September 28th, the first-pass works will be exhibited at the Sapporo City Museum. (2014.7.11)

The Hokkaido Shimbun, Nikkei Shimbun, and Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun reported on the first meeting of the Sapporo City Empty House Investigative Committee chaired by Professor Mori on July 4th. (2014.7.4)

A proposal by Takuya Shimaguchi and Miyu Yamada (M2) has passed the first screening of the 2nd Hulic Student Idea Competition. The public second screening will be held on August 24th. (2014.7.1)

The efforts and current status of collective relocation in the Kesennuma Koizumi district were introduced in the June 2014 issue of "Machimura" (No.126) as "Report: Thinking about the next generation, presenting it to the next generation, the challenge of collective relocation". rice field. (2014.6.21)

A lecture by Prof. Suguru Mori will be held at Hokkai Gakuen University. (2014.6.21)

Prof. Suguru Mori won the Prize of Man-Environment Research Association.(2014.5.18)

Laboratory members have been updated.(2014.5.1)

The Yomiuri Shimbun on April 29 introduced the disaster relief activities based on Ofunato's Ibasho House, which was designed by our laboratory to relocate and reuse private houses.(2014.4.29)

In the April 2014 issue of Sawayaka Welfare Foundation's information magazine "Let's say, let's say", residents' activities based in Ofunato's "Ibasho House", which was designed by our laboratory and relocated and reused, were introduced.(2014.4.10)

The Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun on March 25 introduced our efforts to rebuild the Lifelong Learning Center in Kamishihoro Town, in which our laboratory was involved in the basic plan.(2014.3.25)

Ken Tsubouchi (B4) won the "Gold Award" at the JIA Hokkaido Branch Student Graduation Design Contest 2014. (2014.3.1)

The efforts and current status of collective relocation in the Kesennuma Koizumi area were introduced in the March 2014 issue of Kaihatsu Kouhou Marchenold (No.608) as "Regional Case Study 2: Earthquake Reconstruction and Community Development."(2014.3.1)

Ofunato's Ibasho House, which was relocated and reused from a private house designed by our laboratory, was introduced in the March 2014 issue of the monthly magazine Todai as "Gravure 3.11 Memories of Life - A Message to Children". 210monthly lighthouse March 2014 issue.pdf(2014.2.10)

On January 21st, the Hokkaido Shimbun reported on the efforts and current status of collective relocation in the Kesennuma Koizumi area.(2014.1.21)

The Japan Times article, "Moving to higher ground proving tall order," introduced the search for advance relocation to higher ground in the Urasegu district of Numazu City, in anticipation of possible damage from the Nankai Trough.(2013.12.24)

Esashi Town "Esashi Sea Station Kaiyo Maru", which our laboratory was involved in the renovation design, is published by the Hokkaido Architectural Guidance Center "Center Report" Fall 2013 (No. was introduced in the corner of(2013.12.17)

On December 11, the Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun reported on a townspeople workshop held for the basic plan for Kamishihoro Town Lifelong Learning Center reconstruction.(2013.12.11)

A summary of the results of the survey on the actual use of public facilities conducted by our laboratory for the formulation of the basic concept for the reconstruction of the Lifelong Learning Center in Kamishihoro Town was published in Koho Kamishihoro No. 548 (December 2013 issue) "Public Considering reorganization and maintenance of facilities vol.3”.(2013.11.25)

The Tokai Shimpo on November 26 introduced the Thanksgiving Day held at Ofunato's Ibasho House, which was designed by our laboratory and was relocated and reused as a private house.(2013.11.26)

Prof. Mori's comments on opportunities to go out for those who are vulnerable to shopping and the elderly were published in the Shinano Mainichi Shimbun (October 19), the Nishinippon Shimbun (October 19), the Oita Godo Shimbun (October 19), the Sanyo Shimbun (October 22), It was published in the Gifu Shimbun (10/24).(2013.10.24)

The Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun on October 9 introduced the state of the usage survey of public facilities in which our laboratory is involved in formulating the basic concept for the reconstruction of the Lifelong Learning Center in Kamishihoro Town.(2013.10.9) 

The Shizuoka Shimbun on March 10th and the Yomiuri Shimbun on March 11th introduced the activities of the Urasegu district in Numazu City, which aims for group relocation before the disaster.(2013.3.11)

On March 8, Shizuoka Shimbun reported on the residents-led group relocation in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City and the activities of the Urajusu district in Numazu City, which is aiming for a group relocation before the disaster.(2013.3.8)

On March 1, the Yomiuri Shimbun (nationwide/page 1) featured Professor Mori's talk with an expert on the special feature "Hometown without jobs, unable to return home, 2 years after the earthquake, 35,000 outflow, recovery is now 1." .(2013.3.1)

On January 19, the Shizuoka Shimbun and the Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the 5th Study Group held in the Uramegu district of Numazu City to consider group relocation before the disaster.(2013.1.19) 

On January 16, the Asahi Shimbun (Osaka head office edition/page 3) featured Professor Mori's talk with an expert on the special feature "Reconstruction of the disaster-stricken town: Resident consensus: Second/Public or private?"(2013.1.16)

The symposium "Life and Housing in Hokkaido 30 Years from Now" (sponsored by the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan and the Committee for the Study of Housing and Living Standards in Hokkaido) will be held from 18:00 on January 23 (Wednesday) at the inner garden on the 1st floor of Kinokuniya Bookstore Sapporo Main Store. will be held at Please join us.(2012.12.13)

Professor Mori was in charge of the special feature "Recovery Aporia" in the December 2012 issue of Architectural Journal of the Architectural Institute of Japan. The current situation and challenges of post-earthquake reconstruction are condensed. Please take a look.(2012.12.5)

On November 27th, the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun introduced the "Machizukuri Lecture" (Tokachi Furusato Municipal Area Fund Project), which Professor Mori provided as a topic, as "Recommendations for the reorganization of public facilities, sharing future goals." it was done.(2012.11.27)

On November 10, Professor Mori was introduced in the Mainichi Shimbun (National/General/Economy) "People".(2012.11.10)

On November 7th, the Shizuoka Shimbun and the Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the 4th study session held in the Uramegu district of Numazu City, where group relocation was considered before the disaster.(2012.11.7)

The ibashō cafe project (designed by our laboratory) was introduced in the Tokai Shimpo on October 25th by relocating and reusing a private house in Muesakicho, Ofunato City.(2012.10.25)

The ibashō cafe project (designed by our laboratory), which is being relocated and reused from a private house, to create a gathering place for the local community for reconstruction, which is being worked on in Muesakicho, Ofunato City, was featured in the US CBS19 news article. was given.(2012.10.24)

At the Architectural Institute of Japan's series of symposiums "Architecture as a Principle of Reconstruction: Community Architect System" (November 9) Panels and models will be displayed to introduce the collective relocation project in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City. Please take a look. (2012.10.22)

The Kesennuma Koizumi area's efforts toward group relocation have been uploaded to YouTube as a video article by the NPO Civic Force and the Architectural Institute of Japan. (2012.10.8)

On September 18th, the Australian newspaper (The Australian) published an article titled "Fearing new tsunami, Japanese town to vote on relocation" about the efforts of the Urashigesu area in Numazu City, which is considering group relocation before the disaster. . The Australian newspaper has picked up Uchiura Omosu in Numazu City starting discussions on relocation against future tsunamis.(2012.9.18)

An interview with Professor Mori about the collective relocation of the Kesennuma Koizumi area was published in the Tohoku Reconstruction Newspaper "tomorrow".(2012.9.15)

On September 14, the Kahoku Shimpo reported that residents of the Ura-Shigesu district of Numazu City, who were considering group relocation before the disaster, visited the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City. It was introduced as an exchange of opinions. (2012.9.14)

On September 14th, the Asahi Shimbun published an article about the 3rd study session held in the Urajusu district of Numazu City, where group relocation was considered before the disaster, as "Even if the walls are high, we seek safety / Walking in the assumed disaster area." rice field. (2012.9.14)

The Shizuoka Shimbun reported on the 3rd study session held in the Urajusu district of Numazu City to discuss group relocation before the disaster. (2012.9.13)

On September 1st, the Mainichi Shimbun "Shock of '110,000' dead: Nankai Trough/damage estimate/Part 2" introduced the efforts of the Urajusu district in Numazu City, which is considering group relocation before the disaster. (2012.9.1)

In the September 2012 issue of Monthly Governance, in the special feature "Disaster countermeasures from the perspective of local governments: One and a half years after the Great East Japan Earthquake," Professor Mori's contribution, "Consensus building for collective relocation: Towards recovery of hand in hand," was published. rice field.(2012.8.30)

In Landscape Design (No.86, August 2012, Marumo Publishing), a record of a special lecture given by Professor Mori at Kyoto University of Art and Design in June and a related talk were published. (2012.8.23)

On August 21, the Tohoku Reconstruction Newspaper introduced the efforts of the Kesennuma Koizumi district as "Advanced Case of Group Relocation: Passing on the Goodness of the Community to the Future." (2012.8.21)

The second study session held in the Urasegu district of Numazu City to consider group relocation before the disaster was published in the Tokyo Shimbun on July 31st and the Shizuoka Shimbun on August 1st. (2012.8.1)

Efforts to collectively relocate the Kesennuma Koizumi area were introduced in the Kahoku Shimpo (page 1) on July 18, "Focus: Relocation destination landscape, residents discuss, subsidies and other financial resources are issues." (2012.7.18)

On July 17th, the Mainichi Shimbun (nationwide/page 1/general page) featured a special feature titled "Facing risk at the time of transition", which featured the Uchiura Shigesu district of Numazu City, where group relocation was being considered before the disaster. (2012.7.17)

On July 10th, the Hokkaido Housing Newsletter's "On-site Report: Efforts to Support Disaster Areas" introduced the collective relocation of the Kesennuma Koizumi district.(2012.7.10)

The first study session held in Shizuoka Prefecture's Numazu City and Uchiura Shigesu area, where Professor Mori was involved in considering group relocation before the disaster, was published in the Tokyo Shimbun, Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi Shimbun, and Shizuoka Shimbun on July 3. was published in(2012.7.3)

Shingo Hojo (M1) received the "Excellent Lecture Encouragement Award" at the 85th Research Presentation Meeting of the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan.This is the second year in a row from our laboratory, following last year.(2012.7.1)

Efforts for collective relocation in the Kesennuma Koizumi area were published in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (electronic version) as "Group relocation, a sustainable city."(2012.6.29)

Architectural Planning Laboratory HP has moved. (2012.6.19)

On May 27th, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (National/Society section) introduced Professor Mori's activities as "<Field of Mutual Assistance> Hanshin/Okushiri, Collective relocation leading to sustenance is a gift to the future."(2012.5.27)

The 2nd issue of "Architecton Plus" issued by Sogo Qualification Institute is out. Professor Mori planned and supervised the event, and the theme was "Identity as a Dosanko." The activity of the tree house of our laboratory is also published.(2012.5.7)

Laboratory members have been updated.(2012.4.17)

The initiative of Sendai's "Wakabayashi Reconstruction Alliance Council" supported by Professor Mori was introduced in the Kahoku Shimpo on April 16 as "Wakabayashi Reconstruction Alliance Launched, Reflecting Opinions on Residents, Land Owners, and Relocation Projects". rice field.(2012.4.16)

The efforts of the Wakabayashi Reconstruction Alliance Council in Sendai, which Professor Mori is supporting, were introduced in the Asahi Shimbun on April 16 as the Council for Business Promotion between Relocated Residents and Recipients.(2012.4.16)

Professor Mori's opinion was published in the special feature of the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun, "Reconstruction Part 2: Proposals from Experts."(2012.4.7)

The group relocation plan for the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City was published in the March 12 issue of Nikkei Construction, in a special feature titled "Following Earthquake Reconstruction, Reconstruction Projects, Finally Actual State of Reconstruction Projects." Consensus Building - Shaping victims' thoughts instead of forcing them."(2012.3.12)

On March 10th, the Hokkaido Shimbun "Kyoshinjin" introduced an interview with Professor Mori about the group relocation in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City.(2012.3.10)

In NHK's current public opinion, "Earthquake Disaster Reconstruction Town Development - Suffering in the Affected Areas", efforts toward group relocation in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City were focused as "information sharing in advanced areas".(2012.3.8)

On March 1st, the Hokkaido Shimbun (page 1) introduced our efforts toward group relocation in the Koizumi area of Kesennuma City as "Reconstruction map, 20 discussions on relocation to higher ground".(2012.3.1)

The "Sapporo Nursing Space Area Guide" (Birth Project/NPO Tasu Design http://birthproject.org/), in which the laboratory cooperates, published an article in the Hokkaido Shimbun on February 5 (life section) titled "Breastfeeding from a father's perspective." Area 40 commercial facilities NPO corporation in Sapporo was introduced as HP.(2012.2.5)

NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN broadcast an interview with Professor Mori regarding the collective relocation of the Kesennuma Koizumi district in 18 languages around the world. The English version of the link starts around 9 minutes and 5 seconds. NHK WORLD JAPAN provided the interview to Prof.Mori on the relocation project in Koizumi, Kesennuma city, Japan in several languages. (2011.12.28)

This is the article “Tsunami victims present relocation plan to city” on YOMIURI newspaper about the KOIZUMI district relocation project in Kesennuma city.(2011.12.7)

The collective relocation plan for Kesennuma Koizumi was introduced in the Asahi Shimbun (national/social section) on December 6th as ``Resident-led first relocation agreement/100 households in Kesennuma and Koizumi districts move to higher ground''.(2011.12.6) 

The collective relocation plan for Kesennuma Koizumi was introduced in the Yomiuri Shimbun (national edition/social section) on December 4, 2010, as ``Relocation concept: Kesennuma/Koizumi district ``reconstruction model'' by ourselves.(2011.12.4) 

The sheet "Renewal vision of Kushiro urban area using green buffer-Lessons of urban design learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake-" has been uploaded.(2011.11.30)

The progress of the collective relocation plan for Kesennuma Koizumi was introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun (page 4) on November 8, as “Road to Revitalization, Steadily Growing National Interest”. (2011.11.8)

A survey on evacuation life in Hokkaido conducted by the Architectural Planning Special Committee of the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan published an article in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun (page 1) on October 29, titled "Earthquake evacuees living in Hokkaido and Sapporo." 60% of them were posted as ``In Hokkaido in the future''. (2011.10.29)

Professor Mori's efforts in the Koizumi area of Kesennuma City are described in the November 2011 issue of the Architectural Journal, in the special feature "Architects Challenge! Reconstruction and Revitalization of Disaster-Stricken Areas", "Community Architects for Realizing Group Relocation Proposed by Residents". posted as a liability. (2011.10.31)

The activities of "Tree House 2011 in Sapporo Art Park" were published in the Hokkaido Construction Newspaper (9/13) and Hokkaido Tsushin (9/15).(2011.9.15)

On August 31, Kahoku Shimpo published a comment on residents' associations and reconstruction in an article titled "Residents' Association in a Pinch, 30% Suspended Kesennuma Town Development Fear of Stagnation".(2011.8.31)

The progress of the collective relocation plan for Kesennuma Koizumi was introduced in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun (page 1) on August 30, 2010, as "Town Revitalization: Koizumi District, Residents Standing Up from the Ruins by Their Own Hands."(2011.8.30)

The 2nd earthquake recovery forum "Gathering to light the bonfire" sponsored by the Koizumi District Group Relocation Council in Kesennuma City, which I helped in the laboratory, was published in the Hokkaido Construction Newspaper (page 1) on August 18, "Prayer Summer Requiem It was introduced as "Delivery tray in the Tohoku disaster area."(2011.8.18)

Professor Mori's efforts in the Koizumi area of Kesennuma City were introduced in the July 27 Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun (page 1), titled, "Kesennuma City Begins Trial of Group Relocation, Professor Mori of Hokkaido University Becomes Instructor".(2011.7.27)

An article written by Professor Mori was published in Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun.(2011.7.16)

The Kushiro central city planning vision proposed by Professor Mori at the Kushiro Nemuro Area Town and Life Network Forum was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun, Kushiro Shimbun, and Hokkaido Construction Newspaper on July 9th, Hokkaido Tsushin on July 11th, and Hokkaido Newspaper on July 13th. It was published in Kensetsu Shimbun.(2011.7.13)

The Kahoku Shimpo published an article titled "Learning from Okushiri Island - Kesennuma/Koizumi" about the mass relocation plan in the Koizumi district of Kesennuma City, in which Professor Mori is involved.(2011.7.8)

Kou Ariyoshi (M1) and Kumiko Kayanuma (Graduated in 2010) received the "Excellent Lecture Encouragement Award" at the 84th Research Presentation Meeting of the Hokkaido Branch of the Architectural Institute of Japan.(2011.7.2)

We have set up a twitter account for students to report on their activities at Tree House 2011 in Geimori.(2011.7.2)

Professor Mori's dialogue was published as a special round-table discussion "What will change in the Great East Japan Earthquake?" of Hokkaido Housing News.(2011.6.25)

Sheet "Learning from then and now in Okushiri" Ver.03 has been uploaded.(2011.6.10)

□In the June 2011 issue of Shinkenchiku, the Hokkaido Earthquake Relief Team and the sheet "Learning from Okushiri then and now" were introduced. (2011.6.7)

Sheet "Learning from then and now in Okushiri" Ver.02_1 has been uploaded.(2011.6.3)

Sheet "Learning from then and now in Okushiri" Ver.02 has been uploaded.(2011.5.31)

Sheet "Learning from then and now in Okushiri" Ver.01 has been uploaded.(2011.5.23)

The activities of the Hokkaido Earthquake Relief Team have begun.(2011.5.11)

The activities of the Daikichi renovation project have been uploaded to the Project Library.(2011.5.6)

 Professor Suguru Mori's views on the Great East Japan Earthquake were published in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun as a special relay interview titled "Recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake: Recommendations by Experts 4."(2011.4.20)

Laboratory members have been updated.(2011.4.15)

The appearance of the open exercise of the graduate school "Planning and Design Exercise II" was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun and Kushiro Shimbun on February 26, 2011.(2011.3.8)

□The 2010 Master's and Graduation theses have been uploaded. (2011.3.3)

The state of the interim report meeting of the graduate school "Planning and Design Exercise II" was published in the Hokkaido Shimbun and Kushiro Shimbun on January 18, 2011, and in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun and Hokkaido Tsushin on January 19, 2011.(2010.1.25)

The state of the interim report meeting of the graduate school "Planning and Design Exercise II" was published in the Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun on January 19, 2011.(2011.1.19)

□ Assistant Professor Rie Nomura has been appointed. (2011.1.1)

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