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Consideration on individuality and culture in architectural design and place making of high density multi level housing.

Consideration on individuality and culture in architectural design and place making of high density multi level housing.

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  • Architecture as
    Production from Culture
    Ideas on Place Making in
    High Density Multi Level Housing Design
    Prepared by
    Lim Gim Huang
    http://designwithhonesty.blogspot.com/2011/01/you-may-download-this-slides-from.html
    Italian Clothes Hanging
    Eisenman’s House IV
    2011 © Lim Gim Huang
  • Theory
    “theory is a discourse that describe the practice and production of architecture…”
    (Kate Nesbitt, 1996, )
    Philosophy
    Case Study
    Issue
    an important topic or problem for debate or discussion
    (Oxford dictionaries)
    Theory Building &Summary
    Structure of the presentation
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  • What is High Density Housing?
    High Density Housing
    a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
    (Oxford dictionary)
    High
    Density
    Mass per unit volume
    Housing
    Houses
    Dwelling units
    Definition
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  • High Density (multi level) Housing
    No absolute definition on high density housing but there might have some common in place.
    An apartment, or flat, is a self-contained housing unit that occupies only part of a building. Such a building may be called an apartment building, especially if it consists of many apartments for rent. Apartments may be owned by an owner/occupier or rented by tenants.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_density_housing
    Definition
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  • In a more humane and concrete sense
    High Density (multi level) Housing
    Mathematical definition (Quantitative)
    Compact living within one plot of land.
    (Conceptual)
    Condition of living when you have manyneighbors.
    Definition
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  • Pruitt-Igoe Urban Housing Project, U.S. city of St. Louis, Missouri
    Architect Minoru Yamasaki’s Vision
    1954
    1960
    Poverty, crime, decay…
    History
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  • 1972
    14 years later…
    History
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  • High density Housing, Hong Kong
    We are being treated as one same group
    They disregard our culture, belief, way of living
    This tower own by no one
    How do we get sun light?
    Who’s our neighbor?
    We are being treated as one same group
    History
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  • What is Community?
    Sports Community
    Housing Community
    World Community
    Definition
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  • Community
    a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
    (Oxford dictionary)
    Culture
    Origin:
    Middle English (denoting a cultivated piece of land): the noun from French culture or directly from Latin cultura 'growing, cultivation
    (Oxford dictionary)
    A way of living within limitation of climate, topography, geography, context etc.
    Definition
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  • Equal but Different
    Individuality
    Individuality
    Individuality
    Definition
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  • Question
    How does architecture response to heterogeneity and idiosyncratic of individual in mass housing design?
    To what extend can architecture provides framework for individual to express their own culture and creativity in dealing with their environment?
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Location:Calle de los Morales 25,, Madrid, Spain
    Size: 21,999 gross sq m
    Program: Public housing with 141 two-, three- and four-bedroom units Design: 2002 - 2006 Construction: 2006
    Type: Residential
    Case Study
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  • Sense of Place 1
    Dwelling Unit
    Ownership
    Territorial Claim
    - Oscar Newman. 1996. Creating Defensible Space.
    Residential Area
    Neighborhood
    Importance of face to face meeting
    - Herman Hertzberger. 2005. Lessons for Students of Architecture.
    Town
    Characteristic of place
    Landscape
    - Christian Norberg-Schulz. 1980. Genius Loci.
    Ideas
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  • Scale of Project
    respectful of traditional dwelling customs, and flexible enough to be updated and altered as needed or desired. Changing the typology of housing is a slow process; however, it is faster and more effective than changing an entire New Town configuration.
    Same language
    Scale
    Small openings
    Ventilation shafts
    Case Study
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Basement Parking
    Low-rise
    high-rise
    Dwelling units
    Floor Plan
    Case Study
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Microclimate
    Circulation
    Territorial Claim
    Defensible Space
    Ownership
    Program
    Mixed social group
    Pergola
    Case Study
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Case Study
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Case Study
    http://designwithhonesty.blogspot.com/2011/01/you-may-download-this-slides-from.html
  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    Case Study
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  • Social Housing, Madrid by Morphosis
    “Complex urban forces shaping its context, and reciprocally shaping its content.”
    Thom Mayne
    Case Study
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  • Medical Faculty Housing, University of Louvain, Belgium,
    from 1970-76 by Lucien Kroll
    Case Study
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  • Sense of Place 2
    Dwelling Unit
    Visualization, Complementation, Symbolization
    - Christian Norberg-Schulz. 1980. Genius Loci.
    Participation
    Diversity
    Adaptability
    Flexibility
    - Lucien Kroll. 1986. An Architecture of Complexity.
    Residential Area
    Territorial Claim
    - Oscar Newman. 1996. Creating Defensible Space.
    Town
    Difference
    Ideas
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  • Medical Faculty Housing, by Lucien Kroll
    1 Design Process
    Community Participation
    Case Study
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  • Medical Faculty Housing, by Lucien Kroll
    2 Grid
    3 Wandering Columns
    Case Study
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  • Medical Faculty Housing, by Lucien Kroll
    4 Complicated Spaces
    Flexibility
    Case Study
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  • Medical Faculty Housing, by Lucien Kroll
    5 Modular
    “Industrial architecture
    without industrialist.”
    Lucien Kroll
    7 Diversity
    6 Traditional
    Case Study
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  • Summary
    Dwelling Unit
    Ownership
    Territorial Claim
    Participation
    Diversity
    Adaptability
    Flexibility
    Residential Area
    Territorial Claim
    Neighborhood
    Importance of face to face meeting
    Town
    Difference
    Characteristic of place
    Landscape
    Theory Building
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  • Ideas on Place Making in
    High Density Multi Level Housing Design
    Architecture as
    Production from Culture
    Climate, Topography, Geography, Context
    Social spaces
    Culture
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  • Thank You
    Prepared by Lim Gim Huang
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