Students think about what architectural design for humans means; one that is not only beautiful but also highly functional, comfortable and easy to use.
In the Department of Architectural Design, students think not only about whether a structure is beautiful, but also about what it means to engage
in architectural design for humans such that structures offer functional excellence, comfort, and ease of use. They learn about architectural device design; the interior design of homes and businesses; living environment design for seniors and other target populations; and design issues relevant to the preservation and reproduction of important
buildings. Students must also generate new designs.
The department has four areas of study: Architectural Design; Welfare Living Environmental Design; Preservation and Conservation Design; Interior Design
- Hachioji - first and second years
- Shinjuku- third and fourth years Depending on a laboratory, the laboratory at the time of a fourth grader may be the Hachioji campus.