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Sho Ishida sishida@taliesin.edu 909-631-4455 38327855 Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture /2016 Moss in Architecture: Revitalizing human organisms and enhancing an educational environment.

Resume +B Arch., Tokai Unversity, Japan: - 3, 2012 +J Ishida Assoc: -9, 2012 +CPELI: - 9, 2013 +Taliesin: 10, 2013+ Internships: manys Programs for Project + Vectorworks 2015 + Adobe: Ps, Ai, Id + Cinema 4D + Ecotect Prime References + ASHRAE 2015 + Biophilic Design + Bryophyte Ecology + Circadian System etc. A goal of the hypothetical project, Moss in Architecture, was to design an educational arhictecture with Biophilic Deisng idea and Wholeness in Madison, Wisconsin. My approach was to incorporate passive design and natural saturation in order to activate or revitalize human’s organisms and enhance an educational environment in an architecture with bryophytes and umbriferous trees. The benefit to cultivate sphagnum moss in architecture is three features: no harmful in their surrounding ecosystem, heating by dissapating ultraviolet lights, providing a tactilice experience, and can grow under sceadu. Childrens in the elementary school will enhance their circadian system, concentration, senses, and health with the inside-out conditions. Also, the efficiency of O & M will be better than a planting base green wall system.

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