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Co-Creative Community Planning, Design, and Management
Koizumi-Hashimoto Laboratory

Research and Development on Theory and Method for Co-creative Community Design, Planning, Management

Developing urban design based upon heritage

Our laboratory’s principal work is not limited to the development of theories, but also involves the crafting of methodologies for cocreative community designing, planning and management, which can be later applied to actual projects.

Accordingly, we conduct cross-objective researches with the following approaches:
(1) Methodological approach
(2) Planning, institutional and structural approach
(3) Practical approach

Furthermore, we develop case studies, conduct field works, and provide discussions for students to enhance their communication skills and community-based interests.

Keywords: Place Based Planning and Management, Participatory Design, Participatory Democracy, Communication Design, Public Realm Design, Smart Community, Active and Sports friendly Community Design, Community Business.

Development of sustainable urban water systems

Our research field is urban water systems and water treatment technologies for sustainable safe drinking water supply. Among them, membrane filtration technology, which enables to produce safe drinking water from surface waters or even from sea waters, is major focus of our group. Recently, application to the potable reuse of wastewater has attracted great attention and securing treated water safety is one of the issues. Our research focus is, then, to develop the proper water treatment technologies for sustainable safe water supply.

Integrated approach for Co-creative Community Design and Management
Integrated approach for Co-creative Community Design and Management
Rebirth of Suburban Area with Community Living Approach
Rebirth of Suburban Area with Community Living Approach
Water fetching in off-grid area in Ziniaré, Burkina Faso
Water fetching in off-grid area in Ziniaré, Burkina Faso

Member

  • Hideki KOIZUMI
  • Specialized field:Collaborative and co-creative planning and design, Community design, Area management
  • Takashi HASHIMOTO
  • Specialized field:Urban watersystem, Water treatment technology,Membrane filtration, Health monitoring of water infrastructure
Project Lecturer Chikako GOTO
<As of May 2019>

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