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2014

GOOD DESIGN|グッドデザイン・未来づくりデザイン賞

Award-winning item
House planning means through public discussion [Tokyo Igokochi Ronso]
Business Owner
Nomura Real Estate Development +Mitsui Fudosan Residential+Hankyu Realty+Sekisui House
Category
Activities/solutions for inidividuals, home or inhabitants
Company
Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Mitsui Fudosan Residential Co.,Ltd. (Japan)
Sekisui House, Ltd. (Japan)
Hankyu Realty Co.,Ltd. (Japan)
Award Number
14G141142
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2014

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Outline

A planning session "Tokyo Igokochi Ronso (discussion on comfort in Tokyo)" has been established online in order to discuss from the viewpoint of residents, based on the completed plan of "Tomihisa Cross," a redevelopment project for a total of 1,229 houses, aiming for housing that realizes a richer and more comfortable life. New ways of housing, different from the mainly company-focused conventional methods, have been designed by additional work to collect and discuss various ideas in an open environment where anyone can participate. The plan has been polished with the introduction of new ideas for houses based on 40,000 participants and 100,000 opinions, and by summarizing "1,000 ways of comfort" ideas that can be used more efficiently.

Producer

Hideaki Izumiyama/ Hirotsugu Numa/ Satoshi Ishihara, Madoka Sasaki/ Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.

Director

Yasuo Uchino/ Yousuke Keitoku/ Naoko Ishihara, Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. + Yuki Wada, DG Communications Co., Ltd. + Umase Takashi/ Akiko Sogo PRIME X.Co., Ltd

Designer

Satoko Shinohara, Mitsuko Takeuchi, Satoko Shinohara Lab., Graduate School of Human Sciences and Design, Japan Womens University + Yoshihiro Manami and more + Toshihiko Nohara

More information

http://www.tokyo-igokochi.jp/

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