都市建築の実現に向けた設計調整の実践 : 幕張ベイタウンの事例 A PRACTICE OF DESIGN COORDINATION TOWARDS URBAN ARCHITECTURE : A case study on Makuhari Baytown
To create comfortable and beautiful urban space, harmony of ordinary buildings is more significant than single masterpieces. Developers and architects need to be conscious with urban architecture in their practice. This paper discusses design coordination that realizes collective architecture by means of design review and negotiation. A case study is on Makuhari Baytown, newly developed 8900-unit residential district in Chiba coastal area. Chiba Prefecture, the primary developer, appointed two Project Supervisors and seven Urban Designers to organize a design coordination system which involved public-private collaboration in urban design and which led developers and architects to improve their building schemes into urban architecture.
日本建築学会計画系論文集 71(606), 123-130, 2006