2 edition of Design of housing groups and urban spaces found in the catalog.
Design of housing groups and urban spaces
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University. Theses (M.Arch.)|
|LC Classifications||LE3 T525 MARCH 1955 084|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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The phrase “urban housing” can mean many different things. It can represent a small, multi-family structure, a large scale housing project or a high rise building that scrapes the sky. While most leave plenty to be desired in terms of aesthetic beauty, there are some that go far beyond the pale with amazing design and self-sustainable.
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10 key principles for social wellbeing and sociability in multi-family housing (from Happy City's Happy Homes toolkit) Doing things together: Provide spaces that increase opportunities for residents to interact and do enjoyable things together.; Exposure: Define private, semi-private, and public spaces to enhance residents’ sense of privacy and control over their exposure to others.
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Evaluating past urban design practices: Researchers recognized that urban design typically lacked a gender perspective, and was “blind” to differences between groups—women and men, people using different forms of transport and performing different kinds of work, etc.