Faculty of Engineering and Design
Department of Architecture
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Doctor of Engineering Tokyo Institute of Technology 1997/03
City Planning/Architectural Planning
Achievements of funded, joint or endowed research
歴史的住環境の「再生・活用」のためのデザインコードの研究／アジア諸国における類型的比較 八木幸二 分担者全５名 2002-2002 Joint research Domestic joint research within Japan
建築のしくみ：住吉の長屋／サヴォワ邸／ファンズワース邸／白の家 安藤直見・柴田晃宏・比護結子 全255頁 丸善 2008/04 図面，模型，CG（コンピュータ・グラフィックス）を駆使して，20世紀を代表する建築である4つの住宅（住吉の長屋，サヴォワ邸，ファンズワース邸，白の家）の構成を解析し，さまざまな構造形式によって生み出される美しい空間・形態の建築のしくみについて述べている。
ペデストリアンデッキ データブック 2006 安藤直見, 松波勝也, 高橋広樹, 船岡敦司 法政大学学術機関リポジトリ 2007/03
世界の建築まるごと事典 日本実業出版社 2000/10 世界の建築の歴史・特徴を写真、図面を交えて分かりやすく紹介した一般書。 全261頁を統括 共著者：茶谷正洋、安藤直見、山畑信博、森泉麻美子、桜澤いずみ
（翻訳） 巨匠たちのディテール Vol.1&2 原書：The Detail of Modern Architecture Vol.1-2 原著者：Edward R.Ford 丸善 1999/03 1800年代後半から現代までの著名な建築のディテールを解き明かしている。 全850頁中、Vol.2の第2章「エリエル・サーリネン-デトロイト時代：1926-1940」（23～49頁）の翻訳を担当 共訳者：八木幸二、安藤直見 他25名
美の図学 森北出版 1998/06 幾何学的図形と美との関わりを論じている。 全278頁中、第3章「立体の造形」の「平面から立体へ―折り紙建築」（145～152頁）を担当 共著者：安藤直見、茶谷正洋 他23名
Research paper (scientific journal) Joint Geometry and Construction Optimization: An example using Felix Candela’s Church of St. Joseph the Craftsman in Mexico Zlata Tošić, Sonja Krasić, Naomi Ando, Milos Milić Nexus Network Journal Springer 2019/02/06 1590-5896
This paper presents a contemporary architectural working method that encompasses digitalization and parameterization of existing buildings and optimization of new buildings designed with ruled surfaces. The method uses parametric modeling and computational structural analysis in order to simplify contemporary building processes. As an example of the application of these techniques, in this paper they are applied to Felix Candela’s Church of St. Joseph the Craftsman, a design which features hyperbolic paraboloids that are considered difcult to design, calculate and build. The optimization method introduced in this paper seeks to explore diferent possibilities for designing and modifying buildings designed using non-standard geometry allowing them to be built out of simplifed elements but also keep construction and visual properties of their shape. This method is also useful for students and young engineers to expand their skills in structural analysis, parametric modeling and optimization methods with contemporary tools.
Research paper (international conference proceedings) Joint COMPOSITION AND DECONSTRUCTION OF SPACES DEPICTED IN SHINJI SOMAI'S FILMS Naomi Ando, Motoharu Taneda, Shota Ishii and Nobuhiro Yamahata Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Geometry and Graphics Springer International Publishing AG 2018/08 2194-5357 This paper is a study on the spatial representations depicted in the films di-rected by Japanese filmmaker Shinji Somai (1948-2001), who often used long takes. Through these long takes, spaces are rigorously constructed to integrate several elements into the scenes with the prolonged performances of the actors in one shot. However, at the same time, spatial complexity and contradiction, which may be regarded as chaos, often appear. In this study, we examine the spatial expressions of the Somai’s films through quantita-tive and figurative analyses. We also consider the analogy between the spaces of films and architecture from the viewpoint of architectural design, which is the author's specialty.
Research paper (international conference proceedings) Joint Form Analysis of Lego Architecture Hiromitsu Shimizu, Hiroki Dakiyama, Naomi Ando, Shota Ishii Conference Proceedings MonGeometrija 2018 293-300 2018/06 The LEGO System, which features the interlocking plastic bricks through which one can build various forms, has an advantage of expressing the characteristics of architectural forms with simplicity. In this study, LEGO models of architecture were created to analyze their architectural forms.
Research paper (international conference proceedings) Single Forms and Spaces of Ancient Asian Architecture: Images of Ancient Japanese and Chinese Architecture Depicted in Movies Naomi Ando Conference Proceedings MonGeometrija 2018 237-244 2018/06 Architecture is depicted in several movies as part of expression or as backgrounds. This paper discusses the method of image interpretation of cinematographic architecture, and presents the educational material to learn the characteristics of architecture through the movies. Since it was constructed by wood, most of the Asian (Japan and China) architecture was burnt or destroyed; only a few foundations and grottos of ancient structures could be excavated. Although ancient Japanese and Chinese architecture no longer exist, there are some commercial movies that depict ancient architecture. This study investigates the forms and spaces of ancient Asian architecture depicted in movies in order to clarify the characteristics of their images.
Research paper (scientific journal) Single 多人数授業におけるアクティブラーニングの試み 安藤直見 日本図学会学術講演論文集 日本図学会 2018/05 2189-0072 筆者は，大学の建築学科において，建築のしくみ（物的構成）を学ぶ多人数（約140名）の必修授業を担当している．この授業では，従来は期末のみに定期試験を課す方式を用いていたが，近年，ICT（情報通信技術）を活用して，毎回の授業でテストを実施し，学生が授業内容を能動的に学べるような工夫をしてきた．本稿では，その有効性と問題点について報告する．
Oral presentation(general) Forms of the Pedestrian Decks in Tokyo Metropolitan Area Visualising the City 2017/08 The objective of this study is to visualize forms of “Pedestrian Decks”. In Japan, especially in Tokyo metropolitan area, railway networks are highly developed. As many people use the railway stations, commercial facilities, public facilities, collective housings, etc., have been built adjacent to them. In front of the stations, where bus terminals and taxi stands exist, elevated pedestrian walkways called “Pedestrian Decks” are often built to organize the traffic flow and to connect adjacent facilities. The pedestrian decks are floated from existing towns and have certain domains. On the pedestrian decks, various activities occur and events such as festivals are often held. From that point of view, the pedestrian decks are considered to be urban plazas. However, as the pedestrian decks are often built, along with redevelopments, by sewing the gaps between existing town, in most of cases, their plane shapes are unlike with European plazas; their plane shapes are linear and complicated. Their shapes may not be aesthetic, but those forms are considered to be an aspect of contemporary cityscapes.
Oral presentation(general) Football Stadium as Pride of Place Global Studies: Business, Economic, Social and Cultural Aspects Abstracts 2016/12 Local cities in Europe are considered to have townscapes with individuality, each with their own characteristics. On the other hand, in Japan, the depopulation and the degeneration of rural areas are serious issues. Currently, local regeneration has come to an important social issue. This study analyzes and compares Japanese and European football cultures, through the data of their games, and the map data of stadiums. The amount of empty space in the surrounding areas of Japanese stadiums can be made clear through the analysis of map data. This investigation considers large amounts of empty space to be opportunities for development, and considers the development in the surrounding areas of stadiums from the perspective of construction planning. Other than combining with commercial facilities, a great range of possibilities can be found in such instances and combining stadiums with sports parks and other sports-related facilities.
Poster presentation Study on Transitional Space in Housing Complex Asian Forum on Graphic Science 2013/08
Poster presentation Study on Form Composition of Theater Spaces Asian Forum on Graphic Science 2013/08
Poster presentation Pedestrian Decks as Plazas: Tokyo – Shanghai Asian Forum on Graphic Science 2013/08
Artistic Activity, Architectural Works, etc.
Artistic Activity Only Design by Spheres 2017/08/06-2017/08/10 Spheres, with centripetal spaces inside, have been used as a motif in various architectural designs, from the Pantheon (ancient Roman architecture) to modern architecture. “Design by Spheres – A Project for Museum” is a prototype of a small museum. A total of 12 spheres of varied diameters from 3.2 m to 16 m were arranged inside a volume space that was 24 m wide, 12 m deep, and 12 m high. Dynamic spaces with spatial fluctuations were realized by the algorithm to generate spheres with random diameters in random positions. Individual functions, such as an entrance hall, a lobby, exhibition halls, a terrace, and storages, were given to each sphere, and architectural elements such as stairways and floors were added, as shown is Figure 1. The structure of this museum was assumed to be constructed with reinforced concrete shells of 20 cm to 40 cm thick.
Architectural Works Only 黒門町の街並みと小さな広場 2017/05-Present
Architectural Works Only デュアルコアハウス／二子新地の家 2013-Present
Artistic Activity Joint Bamboo Grove 2009-Present
Artistic Activity Joint Design by Boxes 2009-Present
教育論文賞 映画に描かれた古代エジプト建築／建築の量塊的イメージ 2018/05/12
GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2013 2013/09 建築設計作品
日本図学会優秀研究発表賞（2009年） 2010/08/05 論文名「タイムテーブル法を用いた映像空間サーベイ」
日本図学会優秀研究発表賞（2008年） 2008/11/29 論文名「Design by Lines 2／図形の自動記述のための学習教材の開発」
建築文化懸賞論文「下出賞」（1990年） 1990/01 論文名「オートマチック・ロックンロール」
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