2 edition of Housing layout and density. found in the catalog.
Housing layout and density.
1973 by University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture in Cambridge .
Written in English
|Series||Land use and built form studies : working paper -- no.75, Land use and built form studies -- no.75.|
|Contributions||University of Cambridge. Department of Architecture.|
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While they may be of interest, drawings and photographs are used for illustration only and may represent one way of achieving design goals in their own particular context.
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Soft cover (17 x ). The Covid pandemic has raised many challenging questions for planners, architects, and policymakers around the issue of urban density.
While researchers have spent decades making the case for density, there are worries that the threat posed by the Covid virus will cause cities to be seen as sites of risk and for densification to fall [ ].
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Low-rise or mid-rise high-density dwelling types have developed in these cities. A study of Pune city’s housing needs. Density refers to the number of units and/or people living in a given area.
Typically measured in number of dwelling units per hectare or acre. Medium and high density housing refers to a multi-family building form.
Ecosystem services refers to the function of existing natural systems that provide supportive functions to built infrastructure.
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“Low Rise High Density,” examines the history of a typology that sprung up 40 years ago, when the need for space and better living conditions led to alternatives to high-rise public housing.
Societies today ask many questions about their urban futures and about the planet-wide, metropolitan horizons that confront them, with their seemingly inescapable and uncontrolled forms of density. Such a worldview is not only rife with negative judgements but also means the abandonment of a form of peaceful relations in the "milieus" in which we live and grow.
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