An Evaluation of Farmers Lifestyle and Space Structure from the view of Permaculture Design in the Mid Mountain villages. URAGAMI, K. & ITONAGA, K. Journal of Rural Planning Association, 19:223–228, 2000.
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This report analyzes the lifestyle and housing space structure of farmers in the mid mountain area in Japan from the view of Pemmaculture design concept, which is ecological and sustainable design method made by Bill Mollis on in Australia, containing the following concepts; relative location, each element performs many functions, each important function is supported by many elements, efficient energy planning, using biological resources, energy cycling, small-scale intensive system, accelerating succession and evolution, diversity, edge effects. After analyzing some typical housing lots in two villages, we can say that some lifestyles and systems have been designed by same concepts. It is possible to reconstruct these traditional villages toward alternative and ecological villages by confusing the Permaculture concepts and traditional wisdom.
@article{uragami_evaluation_2000,
	title = {An {Evaluation} of {Farmers} {Lifestyle} and {Space} {Structure} from the view of {Permaculture} {Design} in the {Mid} {Mountain} villages.},
	volume = {19},
	shorttitle = {An {Evaluation} of {Farmers} {Lifestyle} and {Space} {Structure} from the view of {Permaculture} {Design} in the {Mid} {Mountain} villages.},
	abstract = {This report analyzes the lifestyle and housing space structure of farmers in the mid mountain area in Japan from the view of Pemmaculture design concept, which is ecological and sustainable design method made by Bill Mollis on in Australia, containing the following concepts; relative location, each element performs many functions, each important function is supported by many elements, efficient energy planning, using biological resources, energy cycling, small-scale intensive system, accelerating succession and evolution, diversity, edge effects. After analyzing some typical housing lots in two villages, we can say that some lifestyles and systems have been designed by same concepts. It is possible to reconstruct these traditional villages toward alternative and ecological villages by confusing the Permaculture concepts and traditional wisdom.},
	journal = {Journal of Rural Planning Association},
	author = {URAGAMI, K. and ITONAGA, K.},
	year = {2000},
	keywords = {\#nosource},
	pages = {223--228}
}

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