Advanced City Design


Considering city sustainability as the keyword, in order to discover the ideal state of an advanced city, our lab verifies this with qualitative approach on the environmental aspects, economical aspects, societal aspects and the safety issues.



1 Energy and Urban design


typical-rebuilding-models-of-city-blocRenewable energy, fascinated energy, hydrogen, electric vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, a combination of the life of the smart grid and the people, large-scale city, in medium-sized cities, model a small town, find each of the optimal combination


2 Environment and Urban Design


city-section2Designing urban greening, Stock model city to environment,  resource,  disaster prevention.


3 Urban and human life design


Designing attractive town in with the declining birth rate and aging population,  using teleworking and human working style.


Advanced urban model project


  • 2011

    Analysis of the target city’s social urban infrastructural developments in relation to the next generation

  • 2012

    The application of systemization of fundamental technology of infrastructure in the reconstruction of apartment houses

  • 2013

    Systemization of fundamental technology of infrastructure in high density, medium density and low density city structures

  • 2014

    Preparation model of the utilization of the next-generation energy infrastructure in correspondence to regional characteristics and scales

  • 2015

    Next-generation energy system utilized for “unused energy & renewable resource energy”


Related research

・Hitoshi Sakai
  Systems Engineering Approach for Enhancement of Local City Attractiveness in Japan
・Tomomichi Nakano
 Agent Based Modeling for Urban Structure Design Considering Human Lifecycle
・Chisato Takahashi
  A Study on Urban Structures for an Aging Society
・Tetsuro Takahashi
 Economical impact and CO2 reduction by increasing teleworks
・Yoshiki Ito
  Impact Assessment on Measures to Address Suburban New Town’s Declining Birthrate and Aging Population
・Atsushi Yoshinaga
  Multi-Agent Modeling of Residential Redevelopment for a Crowded Region of Wooden Dwellings
・Noriyuki sasaki
  An Evaluation of Diffusion Possibilities of Ultra-Small Vehicles in Consideration of Consumers’ Preference
・Hiroko Sugiyama
 System Design of Mutual-Help Collective Housings in A Declining Birthrate Society
・Shigeo Suziki
  Design of Policies for Reconstruction of Housing in Districts Suffered from Tsunami 
・Aki Nakamoto
 Risk Management for Residential Buildings in View of Disaster Prevention
・Nobuyuki Ishigure
 Study of Office Building Conversion to Form the Stock-Type City
・Asami Nagura
 Evaluation of Social Value in Urban Green Spaces
・XU Yingying
 An Economic and Environmental Evaluation Model for Existing Houses with Energy-Saving Upgrade in Different Regions of Japan
・Karen Ybañez
 Modeling Commuter Behavior and Attitudes to Encourage Modal Shift to Shared and Public Transport in Metro Manila
・Hiroki Endo
 Energy Saving Analysis and Simulation of Customer Behavior Related to “Altruistic Energy Saving"
・Kenji Go
 Research for Optimization Model of Electricity Power plant
・Kazuhiko Shinoda
 Comparison of EV and FCVUtilized in a Microgrid with Renewable Energy Sources
 Evaluation Criteria for Sustainable City Design in Twenty-first Century Japan
・Koichi Hommura
 Analysis for the Anxiety of the Elderly Based on On-site Survey and Questionnaire Analysis 
・Daniel Daum
 Identifying Factors to Improve Real-Time Collaboration in High-Rise Construction
・Manami Fukura
 A Study for Effective Utilization of Social Resources for the Support of Children in Dual Income Families
・Hirohito Nakayama
  Issues and proposals for promoting the popularity of Individual number cards system
・Keita Ishizaki
Forecasting Life Cycle CO2 Emissions of Passenger Vehicles and Needs for Automotive Lubricants
Considering Vehicle Use Environment in Japan





Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University
Collaboration Complex, 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku,  Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-8526 Japan





Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University

Collaboration Complex, 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku,  Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-8526 Japan

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