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ONO Akihiko

FacultyGraduate School of Design and Architecture Architecture and Urban Design
PositionLecturer
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HomepageURLhttp://ir.c.chuo-u.ac.jp/researcher/profile/00015134.html
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Last Updated :2019/09/20

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Education

  •  - 2014 , Chiba University, Graduate School, Division of Horticulture
  •  - 2009 , Chiba University, Graduate School, Division of Horticulture
  •  - 2007 , Chiba University, Faculty of Horticulture

Degree

  • PhD(Agriculture), Chiba University

Association Memberships

  • Architectural Institute of Japan
  • Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  • Center for Environmental Information Science
  • Japan Institute of Landscape Architecture
  • IFLA JAPAN

Committee Memberships

  •   2015 , Japan Institute of Landscape Architecture, Editor committee

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2017 04  - 現在, Nagoya City University, Graduate school of Design and Architecture, Instructor
  •   2017 04  - 現在, Chuo University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Parttime Lecturer
  •   2016 04 01 , - Art and Architecture school, Waseda University
  •   2015 04 , - Musashino Art University

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Agriculture, Horticulture/Landscape architecture

Research Interests

    Landscape Architecture, landscape design

Published Papers

  • A Study on Enclosing Characteristics of Topography around the Korean Byeol-Seo Garden, KIM Yerin, ONO Akihiko, ZHANG Junhua, MITANI Toru, Landscape Research Japan Online, 81, (5) 559 - 564, 07 17 ,

    This study aims to clarify the enclosing characteristics of topography around the Korean Byeol-Seo Garden through field survey and the GIS analysis. The field research and survey were carried out four times from 2014 to 2017 in 20 gardens. 20 of the gardens are found in Honam region. Through the Viewshed, Slope and Aspect analysis on the GIS, the following aspects are consequently observed on the 20 gardens. (1) The Byeol-Seo has a different viewshed area and landscape seen range depending on garden. 15 of 20 gardens have middle distance view as main view. (2) Almost Byeol-Seo has an importance on the foreground but Byeol-Seo has a different balance of the topographical characteristics on the left and right of the landscape seen. (3) 17 of 20 Byeol-Seo are located in front of the mountains and it is effective for creating enclosing characteristics. Although this study, about traditional gardens, it not only focuses on traditional meaning and philosophy of the gardens, but also involved quantitative analysis, to elucidate the spatial characteristics. This kind of analysis could be the basis of recognizing the morphological characteristics and the meaning of the spatial design of the traditional garden.

  • Temporal and Spatial Variation of On-street Parking in Hakusan-dori, Sugamo district planned to install Bicycle Lane, 谷下 雅義, 大野 暁彦, 交通工学研究発表会論文集, 37, 395 - 398
  • Analysis of Ownership and Usage of Hybrid Cars using Panel Survey, TANISHITA Masayoshi, ONO Akihiko, Papers on Environmental Information Science, 31, (0) 201 - 206,

    We analyzed the ownership and usage of hybrid cars using households panel survey by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. We showed that 1) the higher the age of households' head, the higher probability of hybrid car ownership. 2) mileage of hybrid car is 4% longer than other type of cars. 3) car mileage decreases together with age and is affected by service level of public transport. 4) households who replaced hybrid cars from other types of cars tend to have longer mileage.

  • A Study of the Spatial Composition and Elements in Korean Byeol-Seo Garden, KIM Yerin, ONO Akihiko, ZHANG Junhua, MITANI Toru, Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 80, (5) 599 - 602,

    This study aims to clarify the spatial composition and elements of traditional Korean Byeol-Seo Gardens through the field survey and the GIS analysis of topographical characteristics. The field research and survey were carried out on August and November in 2014 and November in 2015 at 9 gardens in Gwangju, Damyang region:MyunAngJeong, SongGangJeong, YeongGyeJeong, MoonIlJeong, KwanSooJeong, SikYoungJeong, HwanBuckDang, ChiGaJeong and MyuongOkHeon. Through creating the original contour maps by combining the field survey results with GIS data,the following aspects are consequently observed on the 9 gardens. (1) Byeol-Seo is considered to have spatial composition to be aware of the view from the Pavilion. (2) Topographical characteristics make spatial composition in Byeol-Seo and fall into two major categories. While prior researches focused on the meaning and philosophy of the gardens, this study, involving the quantitative analysis, elucidates the style of the spatial composition. This kind of analysis could be the basis of recognizing the morphological characteristics and the meaning of the spatial design of the traditional garden.

  • A Study on Landform Characteristics of the Surrounding Mountains and Garden Site of Korean Byeol-Seo Gardens, Yerin Kim, Akihiko Ono, Toru Mitani, 11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchange in Asia, 640 - 643, 09
  • A study on revetment design of canals and gardens in Suzhou, China, Akihiko Ono, 11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchange in Asia, 950 - 953, 09
  • A Study on Landscape Characteristics of Korean Villa Garden by Viewshed Analysis, 金 睿麟, 大野 暁彦, 三谷 徹, 環境情報科学学術研究論文集 = Papers on environmental information science, 29, (29) 37 - 42, 11
  • A Study on Landscape Characteristics of Korean Villa Garden by Viewshed Analysis, Yerin KIM, Akihiko ONO and Toru MITANI, Paper on Environmental Information Science, 29, (0) 37 - 42, 11 , This research aimed to reveal the landscape characteristics of traditional Korean villa garden by viewshed analyasis. Through the field survey quantitative GIS analysis and landscape simulations of five gardens in Honam region the following are consequently observed; 1) much wider area is included as viewshed than previous research suggested 2) landscape characteristics is categorized in two of the 'the mountain view type' and 'the plain view type' 3) gardens gain the overlaying composition of mountain view as the basic characteristics. These observations are to be significant for future conservation of those traditional gardens
  • DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF NET-ZERO-ENERGY HOUSE FOR SOLAR DECATHLON EUROPE 2012, TAJIMA Shota, ONO Akihiko, HANAZATO Masamichi, MORI Chisato, SUZUKI Hiroki, KAWASE Takaharu, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 20, (44) 197 - 202, 02 , Chiba University has participated the international solar housing competition called Solar Decathlon Europe 2012. This paper reports the design process and construction result of the proposal called Omotenashi House. Chiba University has been designing a net-zero-energy and food self-sufficient model since 2011 including insulation system, landscape, structural planning, PV system, natural and artificial lightings, and active and passive systems. Finally Omotenashi House has been exported to and reassembled in Spain in 12 days, and measured its high energy efficiency and electrical balance with low VOC emissions.
  • A Study on the Relationship between the Pond Waterside and the Garden Pavilion as a United Space Design, ONO Akihiko, LI Kexin, ZHANG Junhua, MITANI Toru, Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 76, (5) 497 - 500, 05 , The aim of this research is revealing the spatial relationship between garden pavilions and design of the waterside in eight gardens of Suzhou registered as a World Heritage Sites. By analyzing the spatial patterns in the elevation of the waterside and pavilions, it tries to understand the pond design that is a united spatial vocabulary with the architectural character of pavilions. This spatial relationship is analyzed by constructing graphic of spatial patterns consisting of the elements surveyed in each garden through the field survey. Through the analyses of surveyed data, followings are observed; the pavilion primarily used for viewing the garden and for a rest is arranged with the waterside of natural-shaped rocks, and most of its foundation are combined with waterside by using natural-shaped rocks, and on the other hand, the pavilions for ceremonies and meetings have the waterside with artificial cut stones. This study concludes not only the importance of considering pavilions as a united set with the landscape design of the shore, but also morphological relationship of pavilions with the design of the waterside. Thus, its shape of the foundation is combined with waterside and has strong influence on whole shape and landscape characteristics of the pond.
  • A Study on the Relationship between the Pond Waterside and the Garden Pavilion as a United Space Design, 大野 暁彦, 李 可欣, 章 俊華, ランドスケープ研究 : 日本造園学会誌 : journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 76, (5) 497 - 500, 03
  • A Study on The Relationship between The Canal Network and The Garden Pond Design in Obata, Kanra, Gunma, ONO Akihiko, MITANI Toru, Papers on Environmental Information Science, 26, (26) 387 - 392, 12 , This research is aimed to reveal the relathionship between garden ponds and canal network in Obata through researching old maps, documents and measuring canals and garden ponds. As a result, the following 4 things are revealed. (1) 70% of canals in the city runs through private land, which makes it possible to divide water to each house efficiently. (2) The canal system which diverges just before private lands, into a private land and a ditch along a road, lowers the risk of the channel network getting out of order. (3) Canals also diverge in private land, which generates diversification of functions and design of garden ponds.(4) Water divisions are carefully designed making best use of the micro-topography, and generates characteristic water design. In conclusion, preservation of the entire canal network is essential for the preservation of the garden ponds.
  • A Study on the Spatial Composition between Garden Architectures and Garden Ponds in Suzhou, China, Akihiko ONO,Kexin LI'Junhua ZHANG, Toru MITANI, the 13th International symposium of landscape architecture, Korea, China and Japan, 49 - 53, 09
  • A study on the relationship between the topography and gardens in Edo, Akihiko ONO, Toru MITANI, UIA2011TOKYO Academic Program, 103 - 108, 09

Misc

  • A Study on the Planting Design of Ginkgo trees and the Process of Ginkgo trees Landscape Formation in old Yamazaki village in Inazawa, Aichi prefecture, Ohashi Misaki, Mizuuchi Yusuke, Ono Akihiko, Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 82, (5) 469 - 474,   2019 ,

    This study aims to clarify the feature of Ginkgo trees landscape spread all over old Yamazaki village, Inazawa city, Aichi as cultural landscape through analysis of the process of planting ginkgo trees from relationship with village structure and planting design in outside spaces . Through field surveys and mapping analysis by using aerial photographs and historical documents, the process to plant ginkgo trees can be divided to four stages as result. The places of ginkgo plantation has been shifted from surroundings of houses to the whole of the village, affected by economical reasons. Present ginkgo landscape around this area was generated from 1980's to 2000's, when 70% of present ginkgo trees were planted, caused by a reduction in rice acreage. The aim of its plantation turned out to have changed by the time. At the beginning, there was no particular aim in planting, except symbol of premises. However, an information that ginkgo trees could be traded at high value brought about the intentional cultivation of ginkgo trees. Ginkgo plantation have come to be controlled more definitely. The control of the heights of the gingko trees can brings the characteristic landscape in Yamazaki, where people enjoy yellow leaves near tree canopies.

  • Cheer for Landscape Architects and Their Communities, Koichi Murao, Akihiko Ono, Tomoko Takeuchi, Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 79, (4) 310 - 314,   2016 01
  • Current Issues in the Profession of Landscape Architecture, Akihiko Ono, Yukiko Katagiri, Taku Kondo, Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture, 79, (4) 347 - 351,   2016 01
  • Characteristics of a Street-trees Project Using Existing Trees of Chofu-Hoya Route (A Section between Chofu and Mitaka), TOGASHI Daiki, ONO Akihiko, TANISHITA Masayoshi, Papers on Environmental Information Science, 30, (0) 7 - 12,   2016 ,

    This research aims to analyze the characteristics of,Chofu-Hoya route (A section between Chofu and Mitaka) street-tree project preserving existing trees focused on property form of the former site. As a result, 1)13 tree species and 74 existing-trees were preserved in 8 spots. Furthermore, Of all, 12 species and 43 preserved trees were privately owned before this project. This brought various tree species composition is performed by a tree in private possession. 2) Tree preservation is realized through the request based on a detailed tree investigation by residents, consultation organization between residents and administration, and administrative construction of cross sectional composition.

  • Apoptosism,   2014 03

Books etc

  • Outline and magin, Gallery TEN,   2015 11

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Infrastructural Landscape, global landscape architects in Japan,   2015
  • Garden to Structure, IFLA JAPAN Meeting,   2014

Awards & Honors

  •   2019 03 , Award by Japan nurserymen's association
  •   2018 11 , NIKKEI award, Ota city museum and Library
  •   2016 , Award by Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Setagaya Pocket nursery
  • Matsudo City, Matsudo Scenery Award, RENOA Shinmastudo
  •   2016 , ISAIA Academic Session Award

Research Grants & Projects

  • A study on the relationship between urban water infrastructure network and garden ponds


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