The domestic qualities that Tokyo offers to accommodate urban nomadism are found not only at the interior and building scales addressed in Part I and II, respectively but also at the district scale. This paper examines this scale through the study of specific Tokyo districts, referred to here as Transit Urban Centers, by comparing and highlighting its differences with an urban configuration emerging in Tokyo through redevelopment projects. By means of this comparison, relevant conclusions for architectural and urban planning can be extracted in order to construct an alternative to gentrifying urbanism. This alternative.
|ジャーナル||Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering|
|出版物ステータス||Published - 2009 1 1|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Civil and Structural Engineering
- Cultural Studies
- Building and Construction
- Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)