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OBA Osamu

オオバ オサム | OBA Osamu
Affiliation and department:
Job title: professor
Homepage URL  (2): http://www2.kpu.ac.jp/life_environ/hist_arch_h_environ/top/http://www2.kpu.ac.jp/life_environ/environ_design/oba.html
Research field  (1): Architectural history/design
Research keywords  (3): History of Architecture ,  History of Houses ,  History of cities
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 1990 - Study on the history and the characteristics of Elementary school-houses in Japan of modern ages
  • 1980 - Study on developing processes of old town houses and construction of old towns in Japan
  • 1980 - Study on historical and vernacular houses in Japan
MISC (23):
Books (5):
  • A Three-story house・For living in city
    Gakugei-syuppansho 1982
  • A History of Japanese Bath
    Kajima pablishing 1986
  • Architectures in Tatuno
    Tatuno city 1987
  • The Japanese Furo trendy bath life Chopter II "A history of the Japanese both"
    Tsumura 1992
  • Architectures in Izumiohtsu-city
    Izumiohtsu-city 1995
Works (11):
  • A report on an investigation of the old castle town Tatuno
    1982 -
  • A report on an investigation of old town Tondabayashi in Osaka prefecture.
    1984 -
  • A report on an investigation of the old town lkaruga in Nara prefecture
    1986 -
  • A report on an investigation of the old town Hirano in Osaka prefecture
    1986 -
  • A report on an investigation of the old town houses in Hirakata
    1987 -
Education (2):
  • - 1978 Kyoto Prefectural University Faculty of Life Science Dept. of Housing and Enuironmental Design
  • - 1980 Kyushu Institute of Design Graduate School, Division of Art and Technology Division of Living Enviroumentol Studies
Professional career (1):
  • Dr. Engineering (Osaka Institute of Technology)
Work history (2):
  • 1999 - 2002 Prof., Faculty of Human Environment, Kyoto
  • Prefectural Univ.
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