Designing Safer Cities After the Great East Japan Earthquake

Posted by Guest Author on 2/12/15 8:45 AM   |  2 min read time

By Dr. Takeshi Kimura, Manager of Research and Development, A&A Co. Ltd.

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Topics: A&A Co., Great East Japan Earthquake, SimTread, Takeshi Kimura, Community, Landscape, third party partner

SUEP. Enlists Energy-Efficient Ideas and Disaster Prevention to Revive Japan’s Kyushu Region

Posted by Julie McClure on 10/22/13 9:37 AM   |  2 min read time

When you work in Japan, the threat of flooding is a natural consideration. But the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, advanced Hirokazu and Yoko Suemitsu's awareness of disaster prevention drastically. Today, this husband and wife team lead the architectural and product design firm SUEP. and incorporate disaster prevention and energy-saving ideas into all their plans, including their recent design for the Ureshino-City Cultural Center & Shiota Junior High School.

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Topics: Architecture, Firm Profile, Great East Japan Earthquake, SimTread, Success Story, SUEP, Ureshino-City Cultural Center & Shiota Junior, Vectorworks Architect, Case Study, Hirokazu Suemitsu, Project Highlight, Yoko Suemitsu

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