Publications

  1. A Design Experiment based on Architectural Interpretations of Narrative Film Structures, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ); ISSN:1340-4210; VOL.77; NO.676; PAGE.1333-1342; June 2012.
  2. A Search for Architectonic Spatial Connections and Functional Relations in Narrative Film: Case Study of “Short Cuts”, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ); ISSN:1340-4210; VOL.76; NO.670; PAGE.2307-2316; December 2011.
  3. A Search for Architectonic Spatial Structures in Narrative Film: Case Study of “Russian Ark”, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ); ISSN:1340-4210; VOL.76; NO.660; PAGE.341-351; February 2011.
  4. From Film to Architecture: Toward a Design Methodology for Architectural Interpretations of Narrative Film, DesignEd Asia, Hong Kong Conference Proceedings, 2010.
  5. Extraction of Architectonic Spatial Structures and Relations in Narrative Film: Case Study of Short Cuts, Architecture Institute of Japan, National Annual Meeting, 2011.
  6. Extended Cinematics Workshop: Introducing a Design Process Based on Architectural Interpretations of Narrative Film Structures (A Preliminary Report), Architecture Institute of Japan, National Annual Meeting, 2011.
  7. Preliminary Analysis of the Spatial Organisation of aKitakami Sakura Hall: A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film on the Spatial and Narrative Organisational Levels, Part 1, Architecture Institute of Japan, National Annual Meeting, 2010.
  8. Preliminary Analysis of the Spatial Organisation of Kitakami Sakura Hall: A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film on the Spatial and Narrative Organisational Levels, Part 2, Architecture Institute of Japan, National Annual Meeting, 2010.
  9. A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film: Case Study of Kitakami Sakura Hall (Cultural Center) and Short Cuts (Film), Architecture Institute of Japan, Kinki Branch Annual Meeting, 2010.
  10. A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film from a Semiotic Viewpoint: Case Study of “Yokohama Osanbashi” (International Ferry Terminal) and “Russian Ark” (Film), Part 1, Architecture Institute of Japan, National Annual Meeting, 2009.
  11. A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film from a Semiotic Viewpoint: Case Study of “Yokohama Osanbashi” (International Ferry Terminal) and “Russian Ark” (Film), Part 2, Architecture Institute of Japan National Annual Meeting, 2009.
  12. A Comparative Analysis of Architecture and Film: Case Study of “Yokohama Osanbashi” (International Ferry Terminal) and “Russian Ark” (Film), Architecture Institute of Japan, Kinki Branch Annual Meeting, 2009.
  13. One Film / One Architecture: Definition of Space in Cinema and its Reinterpretation into an Architectural Space, Japan Bi-annual Design Symposium, Keio University, 2008.

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