SOUNDSCAPE AND SMELLSCAPE OF RESIDENTIAL AREA
住宅市街地の聴覚的景観と嗅覚的景観

Kiriko MATSUI, Ryo SANUKI, Tohru YOSHIKAWA, Noriyoshi ICHIKAWA, Jun UENO
2014 Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)  
This study aims at clarifying the relations of soundscape and smellscape with the elements constituting urban space in residential area. To this end, this study compared the characteristics of sounds and smells with those of urban space elements in each area, street, and building. The result shows that sounds o smells connected with the life and over owing from a building had a strong relation with the seven elements, namely, the width and the direction of the street, ventilation fans, plants
more » ... tion fans, plants overlapping with windows, direction of the entrance and the porch, structure of the building and plants in the garden. This study aims at clarifying the relations of soundscape and smellscape with the elements constituting urban space in residential area. To this end, this study compared the characteristics of sounds and smells with those of urban space elements in each area, street, and building. The result shows that sounds o smells connected with the life and over owing from a building had a strong relation with the seven elements, namely, the width and the direction of the street, ventilation fans, plants overlapping with windows, direction of the entrance and the porch, structure of the building and plants in the garden. This study aims at clarifying the relations of soundscape and smellscape with the elements constituting urban space in residential area. To this end, this study compared the characteristics of sounds and smells with those of urban space elements in each area, street, and building. The result shows that sounds o smells connected with the life and over owing from a building had a strong relation with the seven elements, namely, the width and the direction of the street, ventilation fans, plants overlapping with windows, direction of the entrance and the porch, structure of the building and plants in the garden.
doi:10.3130/aija.79.1139 fatcat:2umcavbj2fclzfk25rht4edupe