This paper discusses the appropriate design for super high-rise housing. The population of Tokyo, which had been decreasing, began increasing again in 1997. High-rise and super high-rise housing, which allow people to live in urbanized areas, are some of the factors behind this population growth. Super highrise housing is now a mainstream concept of current housing projects. However, for the people that live in them, super high-rise housing is a new living environment. As residences, these living environments are cross-sectional rather than planar in design. Creating these residential spaces requires a design technique incorporating a multiplicity of layers on the premises, as well as input from the prospective residents. The research was conducted at Ohkawabata River City 21.We produced and analyzed cognitive area maps with reference to the questionnaire survey regarding residents recognition of local community. We analyzed the factors in the variation of environmental perception with the multivariate analysis. The attributions of environmental cognition and life territory were determined, particularly those regarding the floors of residents of super high-rise Towers, and discussed the formation of environmental perception which is attributable to displacement floor group.This provides the appropriate attribution of the data for the design technique.