KATAGI Atsushi

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KATAGI Atsushi
Master of Engineering(The University of Tokyo), Master of Architecture(Princeton University), PhD in Engineering(The University of Tokyo)

Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2011
Mar 2013
Vice Dean, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University


Mar 1977
Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Mar 1979
Department of Architecture, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Jun 1982
School of Architecture, Princeton University
Mar 1987
Department of Architecture, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Committee Memberships

Jun 2013
May 2015
The City Planning Institute of Japan  District Leader of Chubu
Apr 2014
Judging Commitee, Architecture, JABEE  chairman


Arts & Crafts Movement and the British Architecture at the Turn of the Century
Atsushi Katagi
Space Design   (233) 10-56   Feb 1984
Against the Consumption of Architecture
Atsushi Katagi
The Japan Architect   (379) 76-77   Nov 1988
The House of Edwin Lutyens - Analysis of the Axial Composition in Its Plan
Atsushi Katagi
Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering   (404) 121-131   Oct 1989   [Refereed]
Form Analysis of Farnsworth House
Atsushi Katagi
Journal of Architecture and Building Science   107(1327) 46-47   May 1992
Aristocracy in the End of the Century
Atsushi Katagi
KAWASHIMA   (34) 28-31   Jan 1993

Books etc

The English Suburban House
Atsushi Katagi
Sumainotoshokan Shuppan kyoku   Dec 1987   
The English Country House
Atsushi Katagi
Maruzen   Jun 1988   
Family as a System
Atsushi Katagi
Iwanami Shoten   Oct 1991   
Folklore of Family
Atsushi Katagi
Iwanami Shoten   Nov 1991   
Mass City - Pop Culture in the Contemporary Japanese Cities
Atsushi Katagi
Gakugei Shuppansha   Nov 1991   

Conference Activities & Talks

London's Modernization Viewed from Bridges
Atsushi Katagi
Spring Meeting 2005, Japanese Branch of Dickens Fellowship   11 Jun 2005   
Genealogy of Model Village and Company Town
Atsushi Katagi
The 13th Research Meeting of the Urban Formation and History of City Planning   15 Mar 2005   
Dialectic development of 'Town' and 'Country' in the Japanese metropolitan regions
Atsushi Katagi
Japanese-German Joint Seminar'Towards sustainable and resilient urban planning'   8 Sep 2015   
The dialectic developments of 'Town' and 'Country' in the Japanese town planning , above all, around the three major ( Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya) metropolitan regions are briefly outlined.
The plan of the 32th Olympic Games in Tokyo seen from the 'legacy' of urban design
Atsushi KATAGI
Special Lectures of the AIJ Coference (Kyushu) 2016   23 Aug 2016   The Architectural Institute of Japan
Plan of the Olympic Games with stadiums, a olympic village and a connecting transportation network is conceived upon the 'legacy' of urban design which has been accumulated so far in the Olympic City. From this point of view, the plan of the 32th ...


Yushima K Building
Artistic Activity   Nov 2015 - Jun 2017
Greater Nagoya Vanguard Vision
The Others   Dec 2006 - Apr 2007
Endo Orthopedic Clinic
Artistic Activity   2001
Honorable Mention, Proposal Competition of Nakazato Village
Artistic Activity   2000
City Wreath: Project for Reforming the Waterfront of Nagoya, Exhibiton of 'Compact City Nagoya'
Artistic Activity   1999

Research Grants & Projects

Comprehensive Study on the Working & Living Space Design in the Industrial Villages of Chocolate Makers
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2017 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): Atsushi Katagi
The four industrial villages developed by the chocolate makers in Europe and the United States, 1) Bournville (England) 2) New Earswick (England) 3) Noisiel-sur-Marne (France) 4) Hershey (U.S.A.) , are analyzed here in terms of architectural desig...
Analysis of Urban Renewals triggered by the Olympic Games: Case Studies of Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing and their Comparison
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2017