堺市大美野住宅地において継承されてきた景観資源の風景的価値に関する研究  [in Japanese] Study on Scenic Values of Landscape Resources Preserved in the Ohmino Residential Area, Sakai City  [in Japanese]

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本研究では、文献とヒアリング調査から昭和初期に開発された大美野住宅地における計画特性を明らかにし、現在まで受け継がれてきた景観資源を抽出した。写真投影法を通じて、生活者が捉えた大美野らしい景観を明らかにし、現在まで受け継がれてきた景観資源の風景的価値を探った。結果、カイヅカイブキの生垣が連続した景観、大美野会館や福富稲荷神社を背景に中央ロータリーと噴水を中心に捉えた景観は、大美野を代表する景観としての価値が高い。小学校の景や曲線道路の景、趣のある大規模戸建住宅の景、庭木のサクラの景も大美野をよく知る人、最近住み始めた人とともに風景的価値が高いことが明らかとなった。

In this study, literature-based research and a hearing survey were conducted in the Ohmino Residential Area, developed in the early Showa Period, to investigate the characteristics of its planning and to extract landscape resources preserved up to the present. The photograph projective method was used to identify landscapes which residents consider to be symbolic of the area and to examine the scenic values of preserved landscape resources. The results showed that continuous hedges of <i>Juniperus chinensis</i> var. <i>kaizuka</i> and the central roundabout and fountain with Ohmino City Hall or Fukutomi Inari Shrine in the background were considered to be highly-valued symbolic landscapes of the residential area. This study also revealed that scenes of the elementary school, a curved roadway, detached houses with atmosphere, and large cherry trees in gardens were regarded as having high scenic value by both longtime inhabitants and new residents.

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  • Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan 48(3), 375-380, 2013

    The City Planning Institute of Japan

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