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Sawada Mansion which was built by only two people in Kochi, Japan is the one of most biggest self-build building in the world. The building had been built like agile process, lean startup, and living thing. It has been embracing changes, purpose, form, and community to keep up with the times since it was built. I think that it has a lot of agilities and we can learn a lot from it.
Table of Contents
● What's Sawada Mansion
● What agility are there in Sawa-Man?
What's Sawada Mansion
(we called “Sawa-Man”)
● World's Biggest Self-builded Apartment
● It was built by only two people
● Big Building
– 60 rooms
– 70 meters
– 6 stories
● Illegal Building
● There're crane, rice ﬁeld.
Who was built by?
● Mr and Mrs Sawada
● Only two people!!
● They did everything
to build the mansion
Where is built in?
Kouchi city, Kouchi prefecture, Japan
When did it built?
– First period
– Second period
– Third period
– small rebuilding
2nd period 3rd period
Why did they build Sawa-Man?
● Mr Sawada set his mind on building an apartment with
– When he was in ﬁfth-grade at junior school.
● He wanted to work at needless mathematics and
– He was not good at mathematics, language
Build, Live in, Fix, Sell
● They know the domain very well
What agilities are there in Sawada
● Build process
● Involved Customer
● Embracing Change
● Concept to Cash
● Build to
● Mr and Mrs Sawada were builder
– Not architect
– Not study reinforced concrete
● Cross functional team
● Continuous learning
● Everything was done by themselves
● They always listen to the residents
● They reply to their demand quickly
● They are residents too.
● They had reconstructed and re-partitioing in
● They don't hesitate to destroy, change
● A slope through the mansion
● A lift to carry materials
● A crane to carry materials
● Flowerbed on the rails
● Sawa-Man is very agile building
– The “Hardware” building can be agile
● Can “Soft”ware learn from Sawa-Man?
● Please visit and see Sawa-Man!!
✦ Article about sawada mansion(Japanese)
✦ Explain sawa-man as a building like wiki system.