Japan, urban housing, post-way modernization
"The current urban Japanese houses have lost its richness closely related to its nature, landscapes, and seasonal events which their traditional architectural spaces had an important role as a part of their lives. This situation is due to rapid economic grows they followed in the process of modernization after the WWII, and the urban situation with respect to architecture in their city is complex. In this project, I would like to propose a housing system that has their traditional design aspects to incorporate five senses with nature and also complex contemporary urban situation to enhance their livings."
Yuasa, Madoka, "Urbanisms with Japanese culture and its living style" (2002). Architecture Senior Theses. 68.
Advised by Charles Gray and Jonathan Massey