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Design for Sustainability and Innovation: A Kansei Engineering Evaluation of the Adaptive Reuse of Old Buildings

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 July 2019

Dan Shao*
Affiliation:
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, Dalian Polytechnic University, China;
Yukari Nagai
Affiliation:
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan;
Ricardo Sosa
Affiliation:
Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
*
Contact: Shao, Dan, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Dalian Polytechnic University, China Advanced Science and Technology; School of Art and Design, Japan sd17@163.com

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The aim of our study was to use Kansei Engineering Evaluation to examine the renewal of old buildings with sustainability and innovation by comparing to new buildings. First, we conducted a questionnaire survey, with 84 participants, on 18 buildings from Asian and European countries; the survey used 16 adjectives. Second, we studied the characteristics of new and renewed old buildings in terms of the elements crucial to sustainable and innovative design. The results suggest that the adaptive reuse of old buildings in more sustainable than constructing new buildings. Further, the adjectives preferred by the survey show that the adaptive reuse of old buildings has higher influence with character of “creative” from the innovation viewpoint. This paper presents a project to address sustainability and innovation of adaptive reused of old building at a later stage. This study contributes to the renewal of existing infrastructure to improve its longevity and chance of future reuse, and to ensure environmental sustainability for future society.

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