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Growing Town. the 4 th Community Revitalization and Urban Design Competition winning the 1 st Prize Urban Design Lab., Dept. of Urban Engineering School of Engineering, the Univ. of Tokyo. Flow of the Presentation. 01. Site Research and Analysis 02. 3 Strategies to Grow FUKUOKA Town

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Growing Town

the 4th Community Revitalization and Urban Design Competitionwinning the 1st Prize

Urban Design Lab., Dept. of Urban Engineering School of Engineering, the Univ. of Tokyo

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Flow of the Presentation

01. Site Research and Analysis

02. 3 Strategies to Grow FUKUOKA Town

03. Detail Plans

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HOKURIKU old main road

JR

FUKUOKA Town

TOKYO

FUKUOKA St.

About Fukuoka

Location : FUKUOKA Town, TOYAMA PrefectureStructure :HOKURIKU old main roadand FUKUOKA Station

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Features of Fukuoka
  • Historic District
  • Excellent Natural Environment
  • Revitalization with Traditional Activities

MACHIYAJapanese Traditional Town House

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Critical Issues in Fukuoka
  • Divided Town by Motorization
  • Desolated Commercial Streets, Vacant Houses, Scattered Parking Lots along HOKURIKU old main road
  • Decrease in Population and Prominent Aging Phenomenon in the Central District
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Increase of the Physical and Social Barriers

Causing a Vicious Circle

Little Possibility to Experience Various Lifestyles and Activities

Missing People, Resources and Activities

Decrease of Chances to Choose New Activities

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Goals to Grow FUKUOKA Town

Growing the Opportunities to Experience

Breaking Barriers to Grow possibilities for Human Activities

Growing the Opportunities to Interact with Others

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Strategies

Strategy 1: Activate!

Adding New Functions to Existing Underused Spaces

Strategy 2: Interact! Making 3 Interactive Cores

Strategy 3: Connect!Inserting New Axes to Connect with the Existing Axes

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Strategy 1: Activate! Adding New Functions in Existing Underused Land

1. Attracting Residents to the Underused Spaces

Housing Complex

Housing with Community Garden

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Strategy 2: Interact! Making 3 Interactive Cores

1. Making the Attractive Places Containing Public and Commercial Functions Around Fukuoka Station

Present

Lack of Network

Proposal

Networking Various Functions

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Strategy 2: Interact! Making 3 Interactive Cores

1. Making the Attractive Places Containing Public and Commercial Functions Around Fukuoka Station

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C

B

A

Strategy 2: Interact! Making 3 Interactive Cores

2. Making Interactive Cores along with the Old Main Road by Utilizing Town Resources

A Places to Enjoy Natural Environment

Bfor Visitors – Places to Share Information

C for the Elderly and Children- Places to Experience Traditional and Cultural Activities

B

C

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Strategy 3: Connect!Inserting New Axes to Connect with the Existing Axes1. Creating 3 Green Promenades
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MACHIYAs = FUKUOKA’s Precious Historic Resources

Strategy 3: Connect!Inserting New Axes to Connect with the Existing Axes2. Introducing the Rental Rights of the Japanese Traditional Town House

Vacant Houses

Rental Spaces

Vital Activities

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