A SMALL PLAZA AND A STREETSCAPE IN KUROMON-CHO
Keywords:Architectural Design, Plaza, Streetscape, Structure of City, Structure of Family
To place architecture streetscape. This study examines streetscapes through a case study of an architectural design. The author has involved in construction and renovations of three adjacent houses. The construction of the oldest house dates back to 1881. Since then, structure of the city and the lifestyle of families have significantly changed. This study discusses on the transformation of them as well.
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