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風景のない町 | Takahiro Yamazaki | TEDxHokkaidoU

vor 2 Jahren
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山崎さんは北海道大学大学院工学院博士課程における自身の研究を通して、風景とは何か、どういうものなのか、ということについて考えてきました。
彼が研究生活の中で出会った「風景のない町」とは。そこから生まれたアイデアを語ります。

Takahiro Yamazaki was born in Tomakomai in 1991 and raised in Sapporo. He was already familiar with the existence of architects since he was in a primary school, and his affection for architecture grew through the years from junior high school to high school as he immersed himself in “SimCity,” a city management game.
He entered Hokkaido University in 2009 and majored in architecture and urban planning.
From 2012 he has been a member of Hokkaido University City Planning Laboratory and became a special researcher of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science since 2014. He is expected to obtain his PhD next spring.
“In the distant mountains where cows and sheep are relaxing in the meadow spreading in front of our eyes ... This is an example of so-called beautiful landscape" in Hokkaido. The unique landscape attracts many people. On the other hand, the panorama of people’s daily life is not especially focused on. However, it is human activities that are shaping the landscape. In the research we have done so far, we aim to build better landscapes by proposing new ideas through the discovery of unique perspectives on everyday life.”
“There’s no town without any landscape, hence building prosperous landscapes is an important issue for any region.
My life goal is to gradually contribute to the design of rich landscapes through my research.”

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx