At Sekisui House we accept our responsibility to society to create better, healthier and more liveable communities.
At the heart of every community development we undertake is the desire to build positive societies for future generations to inherit. This means acting now to create neighbourhoods and living spaces that build harmony between families and community members.
Through our 'Urban Development Charter' established in 2005, we’ve identified 24 basic principles of successful town planning. It’s through these principles that we’ve committed ourselves to creating communities that bloom with time – a commitment evidenced in every project that we are involved in.
We're looking ahead too. We’ve worked with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to design and build prototypical sustainable communities for the future (2030 – 2050). In these studies, we consider sustainable community design and ideal residential housing from a global perspective – in order to accumulate new insights and technical expertise that can be used for future developments.
We strive to create communities that are more than just comfortable places to live. In fact, we strive to create communities that offer a richness of humanity and feelings of comfort, peace and connectedness with nature, in which residents can feel proud, now and for generations to come.
Because we believe in making tomorrow an even better place to live than today.