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G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
G2. chuong duong quay   week 2
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  • - HCM high rate development - Need to
  • Những hình ảnh này được rút từ tập sách ảnh Sài Gòn của Raymond Cauchetier (NXB Albin Michel, Paris, 1955; sưu tầm và chụp lại: Đăng Nguyên).Vă
  • http://son-trung.blogspot.com/2010/12/ha-huyen-chi-ang-tri-hoan.html
  • Individual house:Not significant high value of architecture figure There are some recognition in the structure, material used for this type of housing. A well maintained house may not need big renovation to stay for more than 100 years.Housing block:Historical and cultural value as we discussed before about the Story from the pastPotential for tourist, heritage conservation for SaiGon architect characteristic
  • From the household survey:- Name of the street, both young and old remember this street as “Ben Chuong Duong”. Changing street name will require a lot of administration work, and also wipe out intangible connections, memories with local people.- In the rural: the river, the rice field, the buffalo,… And in SaiGon: the river, the quay, the river transportation, …. : the local want to see the river livable and connection
  • Do we really want to have this in the future? – teeth of a 6 year old boy
  • In the list for preservation – Although it very hard and slow process.
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    • 1. THE VIETNAMESE GERMAN UNIVERSITY<br />Urban Developing Planning<br />Qualitative Study of French colonial housing block at Chuong Duong Quay, SaiGon<br />Instructor: Franco Frescura<br />Students: Nguyen DinhKhoa<br />Nguyen Ngoc Anh<br />Do Thanh Tam<br />Vo My Y<br />
    • 2. CONTENT<br /><ul><li>Study location
    • 3. Study objectives
    • 4. Research Process
    • 5. Results</li></ul>History – The Story of the Past<br />Present – The Current Situation<br />Discussions on Findings<br />
    • 6. STUDY LOCATION<br />District 1<br />District 2<br /><ul><li>CauOngLanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
    • 7. Along West East Highway & Tau Hu Channel.</li></ul>East -west High way<br />TauHu Channel<br />District 7<br />District 5<br />
    • 8. STUDY OBJECTIVES<br /> To understand the history of French colonial housing block at Chuong Duong Quay<br />To survey the current situation of these houses<br />To discuss on some findings related to housing and urban planning<br />
    • 9. PROCESS<br />
    • 10. RESULT<br />History – The Story of the Past<br />Present – The Current Situation<br />Discussions on Findings<br />
    • 11. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />Source: http://nguoibentre.vn/ <br />
    • 12. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />Before 1975<br />22-03-1955: connected two boulevards (De la Somme and Quai de Belgique) into one way named ChươngDương Quay.<br />1920: Chinese started business, built houses, purchase rice from Western provinces, process them and exported to other countries abroad.<br />
    • 13. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />Trading on bank and boat animatedly (TrênBến, DướiThuyền)<br />Travelling by boats crowdedly<br />Generating and developing Barcarolle(Hòđốiđáptrênsông)and Reform(cảilương)<br />
    • 14. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />After 1975<br />Uncontrolled economic development  slum<br />Demolished hundreds of colonial houses existing nearly hundred years  losing SaiGon characters<br />Polluted canal  losing its function to transport goods<br />Source: http://son-trung.blogspot.com/2010/12/ha-huyen-chi-ang-tri-hoan.html<br />
    • 15. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />1997 – 2011: wear new cloak - East West Boulevard <br />Cost investment: over 13.400billion VND<br />Clear the ground: in 4 years including 6.754 households, 368 official building in 201.63 ha<br />02-09-2009: Red Tape - Traffic through the boulevard<br />29-04-2011: Formally named VõVănKiệt Boulevard<br />Source: http://vi.wikipedia.org/<br />
    • 16. I. History - The Story about the Past<br />House tenure:<br />After 1975: 7 houses were formally owned by French tenure<br />Most of houses were priced for people who had rented the houses for the longest time.<br />The remaining houses were managed by governmental companies <br />Source: personal interview<br />
    • 17. II. Present - The current situation<br />Section<br />Second floor<br />First floor<br />Facades<br />Illustrated by Khoa<br />
    • 18. II. Present - The current situation<br />Timber Mezzanine<br />
    • 19. II. Present - The current situation<br />Timber door, multi leaf, iron door bar <br />Timber door, multi leaf, iron door bar <br />Shutters window type (Original one)<br />Brand Name in Chinese<br />Brick Arch & arch rib<br />zinc Rain Conduit<br />
    • 20. II. Present - The current situation<br />The reform of arcs<br />
    • 21. II. Present - The current situation<br />Unique of Materials: Tiles, mortar, Bricks<br />
    • 22. II. Present - The current situation<br />
    • 23. II. Present - The current situation<br />
    • 24. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Value and intangibility <br />Individual house <br />housing block – history, cultural value, potential for tourist, heritage conservation<br />Nice connection from District 1 to the SaiGon River and to Cho Lon China town. <br />
    • 25. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Participatory Planning <br /> Community meeting and consultancy <br />Should we keep the old name of the area or putting the new one?<br />Should we reserve the connection between the people and the river?<br />Photo: Internet<br />
    • 26. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Our preoccupations about planning<br />Real estate , free market– What will happen to these houses ?<br />If there is a plan - How is the enforcement of the regulation ?<br />Do we really want to have this in the future? <br />
    • 27. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Recommendation<br />Clark Quay, Singapore: government will, financial and political power<br />
    • 28. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Recommendation<br />Clark Quay, Singapore: government will, financial and political power<br />In the list for city architectural landscape preservation (Official letter.46)<br />Planning and Regulations - 15 years<br />A lively river<br />
    • 29. III. Discussions on Findings<br />Recommendation<br />
    • 30. CONCLUSIONS<br /> Discussion of history, culture, social, and landscape architectural characteristics<br /> The need for understanding for planning<br /> Cautiousness and respect to the tangible and intangible values<br />
    • 31. THANK YOU !<br />

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