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Kenichi TANOUE Last modified date:2020.10.13

Professor / Build Environmental Design / Department of Environmental Design / Faculty of Design


Papers
1. Nobuyuki Ogura, David T. Yap Leonides, Kenichi Tanoue, Modern Architecture in the Philippines and the Quest for Filipino Style, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 10.3130/jaabe.1.2_233, 1, 2, 233-238, 2002.01, The present paper attempts to clarify the characteristics of the modern Filipino style which was introduced by leading architects following World War II. The primary questions examined herein are as follows: 1) what is the background of the quest for Filipino style, 2) what are the sources of design connected with this tradition, and 3) how modernists designed structures according to their own design methods. Among leading Filipino architects, Leandro V. Locsin and Francisco Manosa are outstanding figures who embraced the possibility of a Filipino style that was based on their culture and gave clear direction to modern design..
2. 6072 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 2.
3. 6071 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 1.
4. Agricultural Production and Consumption Activity of Pre-marginal Hamlets of Rural Area in Northern Part of Aragón, Spain.
5. Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
6. 632 Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
7. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the interaction between schools of New Campus Movement and local communities in Taiwan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.24.301, 24, 56, 301-306, 2018.02, This research is trying to clarify the planning methodology of Schools of New Campus Movement which are based on the cooperation between schools and local communities and the utilization by residents. Moreover, we want to reveal the current situation of community cooperation, especially its connection to the post-earthquake reconstruction after running the field of survey. Finally, we aim to gain the knowledge of rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction. In the conclusion, we will summarize the interaction between Schools of New Campus Movement and local communities, and the relationship between the education program for the community cooperation and a corresponding spatial planning based on the research..
8. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the positive influence of hope primary school in rural area of China, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.25.1215, 25, 61, 1215-1220, 2019.01, This research is trying to clarify the positive influence that Hope Primary Schools (HPSs) bring to the education programs and activities, and the deep connection between the construction of HPSs and the quality of education of local area. Moreover, we want to reveal the planning methodology of HPSs which are bases on the cooperation between schools and local communities, the utilization by local communities, and the interaction between HPSs and local communities. Through this studying, we aim to gain the knowledge of closing the gap of education and rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction..
9. Nobuyuki Ogura, David T. Yap Leonides, Kenichi Tanoue, Modern Architecture in the Philippines and the Quest for Filipino Style, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 10.3130/jaabe.1.2_233, 1, 2, 233-238, 2002.01, The present paper attempts to clarify the characteristics of the modern Filipino style which was introduced by leading architects following World War II. The primary questions examined herein are as follows: 1) what is the background of the quest for Filipino style, 2) what are the sources of design connected with this tradition, and 3) how modernists designed structures according to their own design methods. Among leading Filipino architects, Leandro V. Locsin and Francisco Manosa are outstanding figures who embraced the possibility of a Filipino style that was based on their culture and gave clear direction to modern design..
10. 6072 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 2.
11. 6071 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 1.
12. Agricultural Production and Consumption Activity of Pre-marginal Hamlets of Rural Area in Northern Part of Aragón, Spain.
13. Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
14. 632 Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
15. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the interaction between schools of New Campus Movement and local communities in Taiwan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.24.301, 24, 56, 301-306, 2018.02, This research is trying to clarify the planning methodology of Schools of New Campus Movement which are based on the cooperation between schools and local communities and the utilization by residents. Moreover, we want to reveal the current situation of community cooperation, especially its connection to the post-earthquake reconstruction after running the field of survey. Finally, we aim to gain the knowledge of rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction. In the conclusion, we will summarize the interaction between Schools of New Campus Movement and local communities, and the relationship between the education program for the community cooperation and a corresponding spatial planning based on the research..
16. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the positive influence of hope primary school in rural area of China, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.25.1215, 25, 61, 1215-1220, 2019.01, This research is trying to clarify the positive influence that Hope Primary Schools (HPSs) bring to the education programs and activities, and the deep connection between the construction of HPSs and the quality of education of local area. Moreover, we want to reveal the planning methodology of HPSs which are bases on the cooperation between schools and local communities, the utilization by local communities, and the interaction between HPSs and local communities. Through this studying, we aim to gain the knowledge of closing the gap of education and rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction..
17. Nobuyuki Ogura, David T. Yap Leonides, Kenichi Tanoue, Modern Architecture in the Philippines and the Quest for Filipino Style, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 10.3130/jaabe.1.2_233, 1, 2, 233-238, 2002.01, The present paper attempts to clarify the characteristics of the modern Filipino style which was introduced by leading architects following World War II. The primary questions examined herein are as follows: 1) what is the background of the quest for Filipino style, 2) what are the sources of design connected with this tradition, and 3) how modernists designed structures according to their own design methods. Among leading Filipino architects, Leandro V. Locsin and Francisco Manosa are outstanding figures who embraced the possibility of a Filipino style that was based on their culture and gave clear direction to modern design..
18. 6072 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 2.
19. 6071 A study of small settlements in the mountains for the design of the living environmental sphere in the shrinking age, Part 1.
20. Agricultural Production and Consumption Activity of Pre-marginal Hamlets of Rural Area in Northern Part of Aragón, Spain.
21. Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
22. 632 Resilience of Housing in Shrinking Area.
23. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the interaction between schools of New Campus Movement and local communities in Taiwan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.24.301, 24, 56, 301-306, 2018.02, This research is trying to clarify the planning methodology of Schools of New Campus Movement which are based on the cooperation between schools and local communities and the utilization by residents. Moreover, we want to reveal the current situation of community cooperation, especially its connection to the post-earthquake reconstruction after running the field of survey. Finally, we aim to gain the knowledge of rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction. In the conclusion, we will summarize the interaction between Schools of New Campus Movement and local communities, and the relationship between the education program for the community cooperation and a corresponding spatial planning based on the research..
24. Yi Fan, Kenichi Tanoue, A study on the positive influence of hope primary school in rural area of China, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.25.1215, 25, 61, 1215-1220, 2019.01, This research is trying to clarify the positive influence that Hope Primary Schools (HPSs) bring to the education programs and activities, and the deep connection between the construction of HPSs and the quality of education of local area. Moreover, we want to reveal the planning methodology of HPSs which are bases on the cooperation between schools and local communities, the utilization by local communities, and the interaction between HPSs and local communities. Through this studying, we aim to gain the knowledge of closing the gap of education and rebuilding schools in the post-earthquake reconstruction..
25. fan Yi, Kenichi TANOUE, A Study on School Architecture in China from the View of Users and Designers, International Symposium on Architectural Interchange in Asia, 2015.10.
26. 田上 健一, David Leonides YAP, Studies on coastal dwelling
Islamic Communities in Taluksangay, Zamboanga City, Philippines, Journal of Philippine Architecture and Allied Arts, April, 2012, 2012.04.
27. Transition Process of extesible housing in Okinawa.
28. Kenichi TANOUE, The evolution of Philippine architecture in the 20th century, 3rd International Symposium on architectural interchanges in Asia, 2000.02.