成熟社会 都市ストックの再編

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Welcome to the Naoto Nakajima’s website!

I carry out research on the reinvention of urban spaces and practical activities based on this research through cooperation with regional society. In particular, how is assessment made of the urban environment stock formed in the latter half of the 20th century, when urbanization advanced globally, and what will be passed on to future generations. I pursues reinvention techniques for urban environments from a viewpoint of time which stretches both forward and backward.

In detail, I carry out international comparative research on strategies and policies for converting automobile-oriented infrastructure into pedestrian-oriented spaces (plazas), research related to conceptual structures of “planning heritage” and presentations of such, and has put into practice regional contextual design rooted in regionally endemic history and cultural.

Naoto Nakajima

Associate Professor of Urban Design and Planning History
Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering
University of Tokyo

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
113-8656 Japan
Tel: +81-3-5841-6224

E-mail: naoto@ud.t.u-tokyo,ac,jp
Web(Urban Design Lab.) http://ud.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/

Biography
Naoto Nakajima is an associate professor of urban design and planning history in the University of Tokyo. He earned his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Tokyo. He is teaching courses  on “History of Urban Planning and Design”, “Urban Planning Studio” and “Advenced Urban Design Theory”.  He has been involved in conservation and revitalization projects with community organizations in Tokyo and other localities. He is the author of Toshibi-undo: Civic Art Movement in Japan (University of Tokyo Press, 2009), which won the Fujita Award from the Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research.

Educations
2006 Ph.D. (Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, the
University of Tokyo)
2001 Master of Engineering (Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of
Engineering, the University of Tokyo)
1999 Bachelor of Engineering (Department of Urban Engineering, School of Engineering,
the University of Tokyo)
1997 College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo
1995 Azabu High School, Tokyo

Academic Positions
April 2015- present  Associate Professor, Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate
School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
April 2013- March 2015  Associate Professor, Faculty of Enviroment and Information Studies, Keio Univeristy
April 2010- March 2013  Assistant Professor, Faculty of Enviroment and Information Studies, Keio Univeristy
September 2009- March 2010  Visiting Scholar, the MacMillan Center and Yale Urban Design Workshop, Yale University
April 2007-March 2010 Assistant Professor, Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate
School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
April 2002-March 2007 Research Associate, Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate
School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo

Honors and Awards
May 2011, Best Paper Prize from the City Planning Institute of Japan
May 2011, Best Book Prize from the Japan Institute of Tourism Research(shared)
May 2010, Ishikawa Encouraging Prize from the City Planning Institute of Japan (shared)
September 2009, Fujita Prize from the Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research
April 2008, Kazuie Yamada Prize (The Best Doctoral Prize) from the Maeda Engineering
Foundation
November 2007, The Grand Prix of the 13th academic papers about tourism from
Asia-Pacific Tourism Exchange Center (shared)
April 2007, Encouraging Prize of thesis from City Planning Institute of Japan
March 2007, Encouraging Prize of study about art from The Kao Foundation for Arts and
Sciences
September 2005, Encouraging Prize from Architectural Institute of Japan
September 2001, Excellent master thesis from Architectural Institute of Japan
September 1999, Excellent graduation thesis from Architectural Institute of Japan
September 1999, Outstanding performance award in Design competition from
Architectural Institute of Japan (shared)

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