Updated on 2022/08/03

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TAKANO Atsushi
 
Organization
Research Field in Engineering, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Engineering) Department of Engineering Architecture and Architectural Engineering Program Associate Professor
Title
Associate Professor
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Degree

  • Doctor of Science (Technology) ( 2015.9   Aalto University )

  • Master of Science (Technology) ( 2012.6   Aalto University )

  • Master of Engineering (Architecture) ( 2004.3   Kagoshima University )

  • Bachelor of Engineering ( 2002.3   Kagoshima University )

Research Interests

  • Environmental assessment

  • Wood and wood construction

  • Architectural design

  • Wood products

  • Wood construction

  • Sustainability

  • LCA

  • Forest resource

  • Carbon footprint

  • Building design

  • Architectural education for kids

Research Areas

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Architectural environment and building equipment  / Life Cycle Assessment

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Building structures and materials  / Forest resource, Wood products, Wood construction

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Architectural history and design  / Building design, Sustainable design

Education

  • Aalto University   School of Chemical Technology   Forest Products Technology

    2012.6 - 2015.9

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    Country: Finland

  • Aalto University   School of Chemical Technology   Forest Products Technology

    2010.8 - 2012.6

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    Country: Finland

  • Kagoshima University   Graduate School of Science and Engineering   Architecture and Architectural Engineering

    2002.4 - 2004.3

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    Country: Japan

  • Kagoshima University   Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering

    1998.4 - 2002.3

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    Country: Japan

Research History

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Engineering, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Engineering) Department of Engineering Architecture and Architectural Engineering Program   Associate Professor

    2020.4

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Engineering, Science and Engineering Area Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Engineering) Architecture and Architectural Engineering Course   Associate Professor

    2016.3 - 2020.3

  • Aalto University   Department of Architecture   Researcher

    2014.1 - 2016.2

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    Country:Finland

  • Architecture Studio Nolla   建築家

    2012.9

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    Country:Japan

  • Aalto University   Department of Forest Products Technology   Researcher

    2011.1 - 2013.3

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    Country:Finland

  • 株式会社池田設計   建築家

    2009.7 - 2010.7

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    Country:Japan

  • NKS architects   Architect

    2004.8 - 2008.6

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    Country:Japan

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Professional Memberships

  • 日本木材学会

    2016.6

  • The Japanese Forest Society

    2017.11

  • Architectural Institute of Japan

    2001.12

Studying abroad experiences

  • 2012.6 - 2015.9   Aalto University   Doctoral degree program

  • 2010.8 - 2012.6   Aalto University   Master's program

  • 2008.8 - 2009.6   Helsinki University of Technology, Finland   International Wood Program

Qualification acquired

  • Architect (first class)

 

Papers

  • Ryohei NAGATA, Atsushi TAKANO, Toshio HONMA, Yushi TOKUDA .  BUILDING DESIGN SUPPORT TOOL BASED ON THE OPTIMIZATION OF INDOOR HEAT LOAD .  Transactions of AIJ. Journal of architecture, planning and environmental engineering第87巻 ( 第801号 )   2022.11BUILDING DESIGN SUPPORT TOOL BASED ON THE OPTIMIZATION OF INDOOR HEAT LOADReviewed

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  • Bo Causer, Junne Kikata, Atsushi Takano .  Built environment education and lifelong learning .  J. Archit. Plann., AIJ86 ( 780 ) 687 - 696   2021.2Reviewed

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.86.687

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  • Atsushi Takano, Masashi Aiki, Ryuto Yasunaga .  Sustainable building material selection: A case study in a Japanese context .  IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science588 ( 022069 ) 1 - 4   2020.11Sustainable building material selection: A case study in a Japanese contextReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/588/2/022069

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  • Hongjun Wang, Atsushi Takano, Kentaro Tamura .  An attempt to create the holistic flow chart of forest resources .    588 ( 042038 ) 1 - 8   2020.11An attempt to create the holistic flow chart of forest resourcesReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/588/4/042039

  • Atsushi Takano .  Carbon footprint of mass timber construction .  Journal of Environmental Engineering85 ( 773 ) 545 - 555   2020.7Carbon footprint of mass timber constructionReviewed

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    DOI: 10.3130/aijt.85.545

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  • Bo Causer, Atsushi Takano, Junne Kikata .  USING GRAPHIC CHARTS TO EXAMINE THE CONTENT OF ARCHITECTURE EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN AND YOUTH, IN RELATION TO THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT .  AIJ Journal of Technology and Design26 ( 63 ) 808 - 813   2020.6Reviewed

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    <p>This paper proposes a novel analytical model (BECK chart) to investigate how architecture education programs contribute to learning about the built environment. First the educational content of 67 AIA-supported architecture education programs for children and youth are categorized. Next the model is applied to visualize how these categories relate to the built environment. This analysis aims to contextualize the content of architecture education programs for children and youth in order to evaluate the ways in which these programs provide Built Environment Education content. The value of the model is also discussed.</p>

    DOI: 10.3130/aijt.26.808

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  • 鷹野 敦 .  材料と建物の環境性能(<連載>素材・材料、経年劣化・美化02) .  建築雑誌 ( 1734 )   2020.3

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  • Linkosalmi Lauri, Husgafvel Roope, Takano Atsushi, et al. .  Environmental product declaration of timber products: The impact of allocation method to the impact categories .  Journal of Cleaner Production256   1 - 11   2020.2Reviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120386

  • Mori T, Takano A, Oshima W, Uematsu T .  MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF CLT BUILDING MADE FROM HOKKAIDO LARCH .  AIJ J.Technol. Des24 ( 58 ) 1107 - 1112   2018.10MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF CLT BUILDING MADE FROM HOKKAIDO LARCHReviewed

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.3130/aijt.24.1107

  • Takano A, Fukuyama H .  Case studies on simpler and robust wood construction .      1 - 6   2018.8Case studies on simpler and robust wood constructionReviewed

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  • Daishi Sakaguchi, Atsushi Takano, Mark Hughes .  The potential for cascading wood from demolished buildings: potential flows and possible applications through case study in Finland .  International Wood Products Journal   2017.10The potential for cascading wood from demolished buildings: potential flows and possible applications through case study in FinlandReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2017.1389835

  • Sudip Kumar Pal, Atsushi Takano, Kari Alanne, Kai Siren .  A life cycle approach to optimizing carbon footprint and costs of a residential building .  Building and Environment123   146 - 162   2017.10A life cycle approach to optimizing carbon footprint and costs of a residential buildingReviewed

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    Finding life cycle optimized building designs is a challenging task. It requires the inclusion of all phases of the building life cycle in a single optimization problem. The present study demonstrates a life cycle simulation-based optimization approach, by including the operational carbon footprint (OCF) and embodied carbon footprint (ECF) of a building. Particularly, finding and analyzing the difference between life cycle (OCF þ ECF) optimized design and operational (only OCF) performance-based optimized design is the primary goal of the current study. The life cycle optimization method is applied to a townhouse in Finland to determine carbon-cost optimal designs. Different options of building envelope insulation thicknesses, window types, heating systems, heat recovery units, and PV area are explored as design variables. It has been found that the heating system is a dominant design variable, which results in clearly separated pareto fronts for each system. Generally, a majority of the design variables' optimal values, obtained from OCF þ ECF optimization, suggest thinner insulation for the building envelope and a larger PV area, compared to the optimal solutions from OCF optimization. In a carbon optimal solution, the share of ECF is 39% of the life cycle carbon footprint, whereas in a cost optimal solution, the share of ECF is 28% of the life cycle carbon footprint.

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2017.06.051

  • Matti Kuittinen, Atsushi Takano .  THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CARBON FOOTPRINT OF TEMPORARY HOMES: A case study from Japan .  The International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment8 ( 4 ) 326 - 343   2017.9THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CARBON FOOTPRINT OF TEMPORARY HOMES: A case study from JapanReviewed

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    DOI: 10.1108/IJDRBE-08-2015-0039

  • Sudan Pal, Atsushi Takano, Kari Alanne, Matti Palonen, Kai Siren .  A multi-objective life cycle approach for optimal building design: A case study in Finnish context .  Journal of Cleaner Production143   1021 - 1035   2017.2Reviewed

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    This study demonstrates the possibility to use energy-cost optimal building designs based on life cycle approach. There is a lack of studies that cover the comprehensive assessment of both embodied energy (EE) and operational energy (OE) in a single optimization problem. The primary goal of the current study is to compare the optimized results of using OE+EE together and OE only. The optimization is performed on a case study building (townhouse) in Finland with three structural alternatives (i.e., reinforced concrete (RC); cross-laminated timber (CLT) and Steel). Different options for insulation thickness of external wall, roof, floor and window types were considered as decision variables as the scope of the present study is on building envelope. The objectives of the optimization are to minimize life cycle energy (LCE) and life cycle costs (LCC). The LCE difference between the most and least energy efficient solution on the pareto front is greater in case of the OE optimization, compared to OE+EE optimization. For all studied structures, the EE of the optimal solutions from OE+EE optimization ranges 16%–23% of LCE. Many of the non-dominated optimal solutions obtained from the OE+EE optimization shows a higher U-value for the building envelope components compared to the optimal solutions from the OE optimization. A relationship between both OE and EE with the overall thermal resistance of the building envelope is discussed to obtain a deeper understanding of such differences in U-value for the optimal solutions obtained from the OE+EE and OE optimization.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.12.018

  • Sudan Pal, Atsushi Takano, Kari Alanne, Kai Siren .  Integrating architectural and energy view point for a multi objective optimization during early design stage .  Proceedings of Building Simulation & Optimization   1 - 8   2016.9Integrating architectural and energy view point for a multi objective optimization during early design stageReviewed

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  • Yrsa Cronhjort, Katja Vahtikari, Atsushi Takano .  Aalto wood – Interdisciplinary teaching and research .  Proceedings of World Conference on Timber Engineering 2016   1 - 8   2016.8Aalto wood – Interdisciplinary teaching and researchReviewed

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    Aalto Wood is a focal point for research, education and knowledge in wood construction at Aalto University. Aalto Wood combines wood architecture with structural engineering and wood science to provide a holistic approach to the development of building with wood. At its heart are the faculty members and research staff from the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture (ARTS), Chemical Technology (CHEM), and Engineering (ENG). This paper presents the activities, discusses the experiences and scenarios for future development.

  • Atsushi Takano .  Wood in sustainable construction – a research and practice .  Proceedings of World Conference on Timber Engineering Vienna 2016   1 - 9   2016.8Wood in sustainable construction – a research and practiceInvited Reviewed

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    This study discussed how wood in construction can be further developed to enhance the sustainability of buildings through investigating the relationship between frame material selection and the environmental and economic performances of a building in a Finnish context. The results highlighted the importance of selecting building materials from several aspects based upon the purpose and properties of the materials, namely “the right material in the right place”. Especially, since wood has more diverse properties than other common building materials, it would be important to consider a specific approach and use for wood in construction. It was demonstrated by a practical case study that wood products seem to have the possibility to contribute to the the environment more positively with more use, by optimising the weaknesses and maximising the strengths.

  • Daisha Sakaguchi, Atsushi Takano, Mark Hughes .  The potential for cascading wood from demolished buildings: the condition of recovered wood through a case study in Finland .  International wood product journal7 ( 3 ) 137 - 143   2016.5Reviewed

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    The aim of this study was to understand the current situation of wooden C&DW in Finland through a survey conducted on the demolition of a case study building. The results revealed that the extent of damage to the recovered wood is more dependent on the location than on the dimension. The condition of recovered wood from an integrated unit part (e.g. exterior wall panel) tended to be worse due to the attachment of other materials (e.g. insulation, plastic sheet), while recovered wood in better condition could be obtained from independent parts (e.g. roof truss, exterior cladding). These results would indicate that the cascading potential for recovered wood should be discussed in terms of both cross-section and location. In particular, the wood used as exterior cladding seems to have good potential for cascading and this could help extend the target for cascading wood from purely wooden building to other buildings.

    DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2016.1180495

  • Atsushi Takano, Sudip Kumar Pal, Matti Kuittinen, Kari Alanne .  Life cycle energy balance of residential buildings: A case study on hypothetical building models in Finland .  Energy and Buildings105 ( 15 ) 154 - 164   2015.10Reviewed

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    This study has demonstrated the life cycle primary energy balance of the four residential building types (detached house, row house, townhouse and apartment block) based on current Finnish design. The differences in the energy balance arising from the geometrical characteristics of each housing type were investigated using hypothetical building models. In addition, the influence of structural frame material selection was observed in relation to the housing types. The results showed that there are clear differences between the housing types: the detached house is the highest energy consumer, the row house the second (about 20% less), the townhouse the third (about 30% less) and the apartment block the lowest (about 45% less), regardless of the frame materials selection. The differences appeared evenly among the building life cycle stages. A correlation has been observed between the geometrical factors and life cycle primary energy balance of the reference buildings.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2015.07.060

  • Atsushi Takano .  Wood in sustainable construction – a material perspective: Learning from vernacular architecture .      2015.9Reviewed

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  • Atsushi Takano A, Sudip Kumar Pal, Matti Kuittinen, Kari Alanne, Mark Hughes, Stefan Winter .  The effect of material selection on life cycle energy balance: A case study on a hypothetical building model in Finland .  Building and Environment89   192 - 202   2015.7Reviewed

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    A building is a complex system consisting of many different materials. The material selection, therefore, has a significant role in sustainable building design. This study has demonstrated the influence of material selection on the life cycle energy balance of a building based on current building codes and common building service systems in Finland. The influences of the selection were investigated on a relative basis using a hypothetical building model and in the three building component categories (structural frame, surface components and inner components).

    The results showed that, in general, the differences between the alternative materials are rather visible in the production stage of the building and the energy benefit from material recycling. But it was also revealed that the influences of the selection appear differently in each life cycle stage of the building depending on the building component categories. The selection of the structural materials has larger effect than the other two component categories and a combination of different structural frame materials seems to be effective in some cases. The material selection for sheathing, exterior cladding and thermal insulation has a relatively greater influence than the others in the surface and inner components categories. The energy recovery benefits of wood and plastic products have a great influence on the life cycle energy balance of the building.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2015.03.001

  • Atsushi Takano, Annette Hafner, Lauri Linkosalmi, Stephan Ott, Mark Hughes, Stefan Winter .  Life cycle assessment of wood construction according to the normative standards .  European Journal of Wood and Wood Products73 ( 3 ) 299 - 312   2015.2Reviewed

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    This study demonstrates life cycle assessment (LCA) on a reference wooden building according to the latest normative standards: EN 15978, EN 15804 and EN 16485. Global warming potential and primary energy balance over the reference building were assessed in a case study. Through the assessment, the application of the standards was studied. In addition, possible points for development in the standards, especially concerning wood products and wood construction, were discussed from a practical perspective. The lack of proper data is a critical issue in conducting the assessment in compliance with the standards. Since LCA is a data-intensive method, the preparation of data for the building assessment according to the standard is certainly required. This paper also raises questions about the life cycle modules defined in the standards and the importance of the communication system used for the assessment results. It would be of importance to develop the communication system in such a way as to stimulate environmental consciousness in society. In order to develop a relevant communication system, further discussion and case studies would be important and feedback from such practices should be incorporated into the development of the guideline for the assessment.

    DOI: 10.1007/s00107-015-0890-4

  • Atsushi Takano, Mark Hughes, Stefan Winter .  A multidisciplinary approach to sustainable building material selection: A case study in a Finnish context .  Building and Environment82   526 - 535   2014.12Reviewed

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    This study demonstrated the influence of building material selection on the environmental and economic parameters of a building in a Finnish context. The effects of the choice were studied for the three building component categories: structural frame, inner components (i.e. insulation and sheathing) and surface components (i.e. exterior cladding and flooring), in a comparative manner on a reference building. The aim was to illustrate the features of the building materials in a relative manner from several aspects in order to help multi-criteria decision-making for professionals associated with the construction industry.

    The results showed that the value of alternative materials varies depending on the aspects. It was also revealed that the environmental parameters need to be taken into account over economic aspect, since in many cases they vary much between the alternatives considered. The selection of the structural frame material has greater influence than the other two component categories, and the inner components need to be considered rather than the surface components, even though they are not visible when a building is completed. This paper indicates the importance of expressing and understanding the diversity of the materials. It would be important for sustainable building design to select suitable materials according to the purpose and their features on a case-by-case basis. In order to broaden the range of choice, the market system needs to be developed as well.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2014.09.026

  • Atsushi Takano, Stefan Winter, Mark Hughes .  Comparison of life cycle assessment databases for building assessment .  World Sustainable Building Conference 14   2014.10Comparison of life cycle assessment databases for building assessmentReviewed

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  • Atsushi Takano, Stefan Winter, Mark Hughes, Lauri Linkosalmi .  Comparison of life cycle assessment databases: A case study on building assessment .  Building and Environment79   20 - 30   2014.9Reviewed

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    Comparability of life cycle assessment (LCA) results based on different background data has long been debated. This is one of the main issues in building LCAs since buildings are complex products, which require multiple material data for the assessment. The objective of this study was to investigate numerical and methodological differences in existing databases related to building LCAs. The five databases selected were compared in terms of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission values in the material production phase of the three reference buildings, two wooden buildings with different frame types and a precast concrete framed building.

    The results demonstrated that the databases show similar trends in the assessment results and the same order of magnitude differences between the reference buildings are shown by all the databases. It was also revealed that the numerical differences between the databases are quite large at some points and the differences originate from multiple data elements. The findings indicate the importance of the number of data and a clear statement of the bases of the values for comparative assessment. It would be more realistic to develop a reporting and communication system for LCAs rather than trying to unify the methodologies among the databases. An optimization of open information is significant for further development of LCA databases.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2014.04.025

  • Atsushi Takano, Francesco Pittau, Annette Hafner, Stephan Ott, Mark Hughes, Enrico De Angelis .  Greenhouse gas emission from construction stage of wooden buildings .  International Wood Products Journal 5 ( 4 ) 217 - 223   2014.7Reviewed

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    This study reports on a detailed investigation into the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the construction process of multistory wooden buildings relative to the other life cycle stages: the material production and operation stages. The results showed that the construction stage accounts for 20–30% of the initial embodied emissions and 6–10% of the total emission of the included life cycle stages. Especially the transport process of building components seems to have higher potential to mitigate the emissions than the actual construction work. In addition, the emissions from different construction systems were studied based on the reference buildings. Although definitive conclusion would be difficult to be drawn from this study alone due to the small sample size and the assumptions made, prefabrication work seems to be a more efficient construction method compared to on-site work for wooden buildings.

    DOI: 10.1179/2042645314Y.0000000077

  • Atsushi Takano, Francesco Pittau, Annette Hafner, Stephan Ott .  Greenhouse gas emission from construction process of multi-story wooden buildings .  Sustainable Building Construction Products & Technologies Full papers   806 - 813   2013.9Greenhouse gas emission from construction process of multi-story wooden buildingsReviewed

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  • Atsushi Takano, Matti Kuittinen .  Comparison of different accuracy in a building life cycle assessment: A case study on the three different accuracy of inventory .  The proceedings of the CESB13 conference   801 - 804   2013.6Comparison of different accuracy in a building life cycle assessment: A case study on the three different accuracy of inventoryReviewed

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  • Atsushi Takano .  Principle of carbon efficient wood construction and manufacturing .  The proceedings of international Holzbau forum Nordic 2013   99 - 102   2013.5Principle of carbon efficient wood construction and manufacturingInvited Reviewed

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  • Annette Hafner, Stefan Winter, Atsushi Takano .  Wooden products as building material in life cycle analysis .  Proceedings of the third international symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering   1530 - 1537   2012.10Wooden products as building material in life cycle analysisReviewed

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  • Lauri Linkosalmi, Atsushi Takano .  Comparison of LCI databases on three box buildings LCA .  The 5th international conference on environmentally compatible forest product   2012.9Comparison of LCI databases on three box buildings LCA

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  • Lauri Linkosalmi, Atsushi Takano .  Energy and carbon balance of Box buildings .  Proceedings of the International Symposium on Life Cycle Assessment and Construction Civil engineering and buildings86   1 - 6   2012.7Energy and carbon balance of Box buildingsInternational coauthorship

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  • Atsushi Takano .  Comparison of Life cycle assessment databases: A case study on wood construction materials .      2012.6Comparison of Life cycle assessment databases: A case study on wood construction materialsReviewed

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  • 徳田光弘, 本間俊雄, 松永安光, 菅朋弘, 森園久美子, 鷹野敦 .  自己組織化臨界状態解析による歴史的街路景観の評価手法 .  日本建築学会技術報告集23   399 - 404   2006.6自己組織化臨界状態解析による歴史的街路景観の評価手法Reviewed

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Books

  • Environmental Building Design Report

    Kenji Yoshinaga, Masaki Tetsu, Taichi, Matsuzaki, Kyoko Nakamura, Yoshitaka Ijiri( Role: Supervisor (editorial))

    Environmental Architecture Lab., Kagoshima University  2022.5  ( ISBN:978-4-600-01031-7

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    Total pages:95   Language:Japanese Book type:Report

  • Design guide book for CLT building

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    2019.3 

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    Total pages:82   Responsible for pages:pp.70-73   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

  • Alvar Aalto Second Nature

    ( Role: Joint author)

    2018.10 

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    Total pages:388   Responsible for pages:198-201   Language:Japanese Book type:Scholarly book

  • HOME-FOR-ALL and Beyond

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    2018.1 

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    Total pages:152   Responsible for pages:119-124   Language:Japanese Book type:General book, introductory book for general audience

  • 世界の地方創生: 辺境のスタートアップたち

    松永安光(編著)、徳田光弘(編著)、漆原弘(著)、鷹野敦(著)、中橋恵(著)、鈴木裕一(著)、宮部浩幸(著)( Role: Joint author)

    学芸出版社  2017.6 

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    Total pages:224   Language:Japanese Book type:General book, introductory book for general audience

  • Beyond zero energy townhouse

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    2015.10 

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    Total pages:110   Book type:Scholarly book

  • Energy efficient townhouse

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    2014.10 

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    Total pages:88   Responsible for pages:18-31, 58-64   Book type:Scholarly book

  • Wood in carbon efficient construction – Tools, methods and applications

    ECO2 research consortium( Role: Contributor)

    The European Confederation of Woodworking industries  2013.9 

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MISC

  • もやす建築: 木造建築の新しいパラダイムを求めて

    鷹野 敦

    建築討論   043   2020.5

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  • Building materials and environmental performance of a building

    Atsushi Takano

    135 ( 1734 )   45 - 45   2020.3

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  • フィンランドの森に泊まる

    鷹野敦

    建築と社会   98 ( 1145 )   26 - 27   2017.8

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  • Work in Finland

    Atsushi Takano

    Journal of Architecture and Building Science   131 ( 1691 )   26 - 27   2016.12

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  • 一般教養としての建築 フィンランドの初等教育段階における建築教育

    鷹野 敦

    建築雑誌   ( 4 )   18 - 19   2014.4

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Presentations

  • 田村健太郎, 鷹野敦   木質資源の統合的フロー図作成の試み  

    日本森林学会全国大会  日本森林学会

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    Event date: 2018.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:高知  

  • 鷹野敦   こどものけんちくがっこう   Invited

    日本森林学会全国大会  日本森林学会

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    Event date: 2018.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:高知  

  • 赤松麻由, 鷹野敦   伝統建築を参照した新しい木質構法の開発 -木質接合具を用いたログ構法部材と軸組とで構成される耐力壁のせん断性能試験-  

    日本建築学会九州支部研究発表会  日本建築学会

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    Event date: 2018.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:鹿児島  

  • 加藤佳輝, 鷹野敦   簡易ライフサイクルアセスメントツールの開発 その2 建物の資材製造時と運用時の評価  

    日本建築学会九州支部研究発表会  日本建築学会

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    Event date: 2018.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • 田村健太郎, 鷹野敦   木質資源の統合的フロー図作成の試み -日本・フィンランド・ドイツを対象として-  

    日本建築学会九州支部研究発表会  日本建築学会

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    Event date: 2018.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:鹿児島  

  • 畠 俊典、鷹野 敦   設計支援を目的とした簡易ライフサイクルアセスメントツールの開発  

    日本建築学会九州支部研究発表会  日本建築学会九州支部

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    Event date: 2017.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:長崎大学  

  • Atsushi Takano   Integrated design of sustainable architectures with wood for the future   Invited International conference

    World Conference of Timber Engineering Vienna 2016  World Conference of Timber Engineering Vienna 2016

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    Event date: 2016.8

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:University of Vienna, Austria  

  • Yrsa Cronhjort, Katja Vahtikari, Atsushi Takano   Aalto Wood: interdisciplinary teaching and research   Invited International conference

    World Conference of Timber Engineering Vienna 2016  World Conference of Timber Engineering Vienna 2016

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    Event date: 2016.8

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:University of Vienna, Austria  

  • Atsushi Takano   Beyond nZEB   Invited International conference

    Life cycle approach for beyond nZEB – a material perspective  Forum Wood Building Nordic

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    Event date: 2016.6

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Aalto University, Finland  

    Thanks to the developments of practical solutions for low energy buildings, such as high level thermal insulation performance and air tightness of building envelopes as well as efficient building service systems, it became feasible to build zero operational energy building in any climate conditions. As a results of such efforts, the relative importance of energy consumption and associated impacts in other life cycle phases (e.g. material production and construction) is nowadays increasing. A life cycle perspective is thus significant for comprehensive building analysis and further development of environmental building solutions.
    With this background, this presentation discusses possible means for beyond nZEB focusing on building materials, which are one of the essential elements of buildings. The influence of material selection on the life cycle energy balance and environmental impact of a building will be demonstrated based on current building codes and common building service systems in Finland. Furthermore, practical application of research findings will be introduced through a case study house built in Japan.

  • Atsushi Takano   Wood in sustainable construction: a material perspective   Invited

    Sustainability week 2015 - Regional Development in Arctic Region  Laboratory of Building Environment, Laboratory of Architectural History and Design, Faculty of Engineering

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    Event date: 2015.10

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Hokkaido University  

  • Atsushi Takano   Wood in Sustainable construction   Invited

    Sustainable Weeks 2014: Finnish-Japanese Joint Symposium - Innovation and Well - being through Multidisciplinary Dialogue  University of Lapland

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    Event date: 2014.11

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:University of Lapland  

  • Atsushi Takano, Stefan Winter, Mark Hughes   Comparison of life cycle assessment databases for building assessment   International conference

    World Sustainable Building Conference 14 Barcelona  Green Building Council Espana

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    Event date: 2014.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:Barcelona, Spain  

  • Atsushi Takano, Francesco Pittaum Annette Hafner, Stephan Ott   Greenhouse gas emission from construction process of multi-story wooden buildings   International conference

    Sustainable Building Conference 13 Graz  Insitute of Technology and Testing of Building Materials of Graz University of Technology in co-operation with AEE - Institute for Sustainable Technologies

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    Event date: 2013.9

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Graz University of Technology  

  • Atsushi Takano, Matti Kuittinen   Comparison of different accuracy in a building life cycle assessment: A case study on the three different accuracy of inventory   International conference

    The 3rd international conference Central Europe towards Sustainable Building  CESB13 Prague secretariat Terézia Němcová Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Czech Technical University in Prague

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    Event date: 2013.6

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:CESB13 Prague secretariat Terézia Němcová Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Czech Technical University in Prague  

  • Atsushi Takano   Principle of carbon efficient wood construction and manufacturing   Invited International conference

    International Holzbau forum Nordic 2013  Aalto University, City of Kouvola, etc.

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    Event date: 2013.5

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Kouvola, Finland  

  • Annette Hafner, Stefan Winter, Atsushi Takano   ooden products as building material in life cycle analysis   International conference

    The 3rd international Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering  University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences etc.

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    Event date: 2012.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Hofburg Vienna, Botschafterstiege, Vienna  

  • Lauri Linkosalmi, Atsushi Takano   Comparison of LCI databases on three box buildings LCA   International conference

    The 5th international conference on environmentally compatible forest product  GAEA - Research Group on Environment and Applied Ecology etc.

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    Event date: 2012.9

    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:Fernando Pessoa University, Porto  

  • Lauri Linkosalmi, Atsushi Takano   Energy and carbon balance of Box buildings   International conference

    he International Symposium on Life Cycle Assessment and Construction  French Institute of Sciences and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks etc.

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    Event date: 2012.7

    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:La Cité Nantes Events Center, Nante  

  • 森園久美子, 本間俊雄, 鷹野敦, 松永安光, 菅朋弘   自己組織化臨界状態解析を用いた街路景観の評価  

    計算工学講演会  日本計算工学会

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    Event date: 2004.5

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:国立オリンピック記念青少年総合センター  

  • 鷹野敦, 森園久美子, 菅朋弘, 松永安光   自己組織化臨界状態解析を用いた街路景観評価に関する考察  

    日本建築学会研究報告 九州支部  日本建築学会九州支部

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    Event date: 2004.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:長崎総合科学大学  

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Works

  • Weekend house in Kirishima

    Atsushi Takano, Kenji Yoshinaga

    2021.8

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  • Life Cycle House in Ijyuin

    Atsushi Takano

    2019.10

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  • 大牟田の整骨院併用住宅

    鷹野 敦

    2019.3

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  • Home for all in Magano

    Atsushi Takano, Shuhei Nemoto

    2018.1

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:Home-For-All and Beyond, LIXIL Publication Inc.  

  • Home for all in Goryo

    Atsushi Takano, Shuhei Nemoto

    2018.1

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:Home-For-All and Beyond, LIXIL Publication Inc.  

  • 星ヶ峯の住宅

    鷹野 敦、鷹野 真紀子、福山 弘

    2017.3

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:九州建築選2016 第10回建築九州賞(作品賞)29選  

  • Hybrid Wooden House

    Atsushi Takano, Makiko Takano

    2015.5

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:Puulehti - Finnish Wooden Architecture and Wooden Construction Magazine  

  • Club-head courtyard house (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2010.5

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  • Luukku House (Aalto University Luukku-Team)

    Aalto University Luukku-Team

    2010.3

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:Puulehti - Finnish Wooden Architecture and Wooden Construction Magazine  

  • 9 gathered huts (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2009.11

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  • Meteorite housing (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2009.8

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  • Row house in Kanoya 2 (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2009.6

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  • Square skylight house (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2008.10

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  • Framed house (NKS architects)

    Noriko Suehiro, Kaoru Suehiro, Atsushi Takano

    2008.6

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Awards

  • 令和3年 科学技術分野の文部科学大臣表彰

    2021.4   文部科学省   こどものけんちくがっこう

    鷹野敦(特定非営利活動法人こどものけんちくがっこう)

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  • かぎん文化財団賞(学術)

    2020.11   公益財団法人 かぎん文化財団  

    鷹野 敦

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  • キッズデザイン協議会会長賞・奨励賞

    2020.9   特定非営利活動法人キッズデザイン協議会   こどものけんちくがっこう

    特定非営利活動法人こどものけんちくがっこう / 国立大学法人 鹿児島大学 環境建築研究室 / 株式会社ベガハウス

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  • AIJ: Award for Excellent Educational Contribution

    2020.4   Architectural institute of Japan  

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    Award type:International academic award (Japan or overseas)  Country:Japan

  • ウッドデザイン賞2019: 優秀賞 (林野庁長官賞)

    2019.12   林野庁   こどものけんちくがっこう

    NPO法人 こどものけんちくがっこう

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    Country:Japan

  • 木の活動賞

    2019.6   NPO法人 木の建築フォラム   こどものけんちくがっこう

    NPO法人 こどものけんちくがっこう

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Research Projects

  • 次世代の多機能CLTの開発 -革新的な高耐火・高断熱の構造部材-

    2018.4 - 2022.3

    科学研究費補助金  若手研究(A)