Hidetoshi Ohno (born 1949, Japan) received his Doctor's Degree in 1997 at the University of Tokyo. After working for Fuhimiko Maki for many years, he became a professor at the Department of Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences and Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo. He is a practising architect, with many works rewarded in Japan. His main field of interests are architectural and urban design, and planning. Major publications in English include ‘Hong Kong: Alternative Metropolis’, Special Issue of SD, March 1992, Kajima Publishing Institute, and ‘Fibercity Tokyo 2050’, JA Special Issue No. 63, 2006, also partially published in Germany, France and Taiwan. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Bruno Peeters (born 1968, Belgium) received his Masters Degree in Architecture in 1993 at the Department of St.-Lucas, Brussels. After working for Kisho Kurokawa in Tokyo and Europe for several years he established his own office, and became a professor at the St.-Lucas Department of Architecture. Since 2007 he has been the architectural design chairman and coordinator of the Diploma-Projects, and in charge of the new EU Ausmip R&DaR exchange programme. His main fields of interest are architectural and urban design, and he is currently a Japan Foundation Fellow at the Department of Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies, University of Tokyo. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Design Innovation for the Built Environment: Research by design and the renovation of practice
and atelier – towards a
education and practice
Hidetoshi Ohno and BrunoPeeters
The urban landscape, education, or designers’ operational conditions are quite
distinct in Japan and Europe, yet both...
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