Teaching Staff (Landscape Design)

菅原香織
Title Associate Professor
Research Fields Public design / Landscape design
Education
2017
M.Engin., Akita Prefectural University
1985
Bachelor’s (Interior Design), Tama Art University, Tokyo
Selected Professional Experience
2013-Present
Assistant Professor (2013-2017); Associate Professor (2017-Present), Akita University of Art
1995-2013
Teaching Assistant (1995-2007); Assistant Professor (2007-2013), Akita Municipal Junior College of Arts and Crafts
1989-1995
Lecturer, Akita City Vocational School of Arts and Crafts
Recent Activities <Selected projects>

2018
Coordinator, Ko-atorie Tohoku samitto & marushe [Little atelier Tohoku summit & market]. Sendai

Planning, editing and production of guide map of architecture in the Tohoku Region. 2018 Architectural Institute of Japan Tohoku Conference. Sendai
2016
Coordinator, Machi-aruki [walking around town] workshop. Yurihonjo City, Akita
2015
Signage design, Akita University Hospital outpatient ward
2014
Producer, Akita Sugikoi Project (design competition and seminar)
2008
Producer, Sugi-rabo [Cedar laboratory] (workshop). Akita

 

<Selected awards / prizes>

2015
Wood Design Award (Producer, ‘Akita-sugi inu [Akita cedar dogs]’ project). Japan Wood Design Award 2015
2014
Gold Award (Project director, ‘JR Akita Station West exit bus terminal’). Good Design Award
Courses Taught
Career Design 1
Regional Project Seminar A, B
Graphic Recording Exercises
Contemporary Art Theory 1, 2
Contemporary Art Seminar (Landscape Design)
Space Representation Training 1
Landscape Design Seminar 1 (Introduction)
Landscape Design Seminar 2 (Project Planning and Development)

Landscape Design Seminar 3 (Implementation)
Graduation Project (Landscape Design)

 

Example Works
秋田駅西口バスターミナル 秋田大学医学部附属病院院内案内図 スギラボ 秋田杉犬
JR Akita Station West exit bus terminal
Guide map, Akita University Hospital Sugi-rabo [Cedar laboratory] Akita-sugi inu [Akita cedar dog]
杉まちかざり 天杉シート
Cedar wood ornaments, Akita City Natural Akita cedar sheets

Further details (in Japanese) can be found at the following link: Kaori Sugawara (Japanese page)