Sara Hayashi, a graduate of Tokyo Institute of Technology, is a visiting research scholar.
Her research focuses on the finding ways to live with wildlife. Currently, she is conducting field surveys on architecture that is built for both people and wildlife in the world, and will develop further research from these studies.
Before coming to UB she worked as an intern with Atelier Bow-Wow and studied as a PhD student in Yoshiharu Tsukamoto’s laboratory in the Tokyo Institute of Technology. She worked as a teaching assistant in a graduate school workshop program which challenged students to design and construct architectural pieces for animals living on the campus.