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Inclusive Housing - White

  1. 1. INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A Pattern Book Design for Diversity and Equality Co-authors: Edward Steinfeld, Arch.D., AIA Jonathan White, M. Arch - Presenter The Center for Inclusive Design & Environmental Access School of Architecture & Planning University at Buffalo, the State University of New York
  2. 2. CNU + INCLUSIVE DESIGN  Diverse neighborhood use and population  Communities designed for the pedestrian as well as the car  Easy access to the community for all  Mixed-use neighborhoods that promote social integration  Solve problems at the neighborhood level INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  3. 3. ABOUT INCLUSIVE DESIGN  Design that does not discriminate  Increase usability, safety, and health for all  Not synonymous with accessible design  Levels of access to address social context, population, and market  Integrates usability with important design concerns like aesthetics, sustainable design, and urbanism INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  4. 4. BOOK PURPOSE  Act as a resource for design professionals  Encourage equitable housing practices that benefit everyone  Take a step towards change in housing design, putting an end to … INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  5. 5. PATTERN BOOK AS A TOOL  Familiar Tool of Planners and Urban Designers INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  6. 6. THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE  Based on Transect Zones  Focus on T3, T4, and T5 zones INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  7. 7. BOOK CONTENTS  The Neighborly House - Sustainability, Marketability, Social Interaction, Security, & Affordability  Levels of Access - Visitability, Lifespan, & Inclusive  Block, Lot, & House Components  Architectural Applications  Details INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  8. 8. THE NEIGHBORLY HOUSE Small setbacks and raised porches in front provide a traditional character. The alleys not only provide better vehicle access, a marketable feature for all, but can also provide a no-step entry at the back of the houses City of Austin, TX, AHFC S.M.A.R.T HousingTM INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  9. 9. LEVELS OF ACCESS Visitability and Lifespan design criteria INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  10. 10. BLOCK COMPONENTS INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  11. 11. BLOCK COMPONENTS INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  12. 12. LOT COMPONENTS INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  13. 13. LOT COMPONENTS INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  14. 14. HOUSE COMPONENTS INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  15. 15. ARCHITECTURAL APPLICATIONS Single Family Detached House | American Craftsman Bungalow 1370 sf habitable interior space 910 sf building footprint 3 bedroom, 2 bath INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  16. 16. ARCHITECTURAL APPLICATIONS Wide, centralized circulation space Large, accessible closet Turn-around and door approach clearance Turn-around and knee space clearance space Enough space for roll-in shower INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A PATTERN BOOK
  17. 17. INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A Pattern Book Design for Diversity and Equality Available from: W.W. Norton & Co. Fall 2009 Check our website for an announcement on the exact release date. http://www.ap.buffalo.edu/idea
  18. 18. INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A Pattern Book Design for Diversity and Equality Also available for free download: Visitability Booklet A 10-page booklet on this inclusive approach to housing Available for free on our website and at: http://www.udeworld.com/visbooklet/visitabilitybooklet.pdf
  19. 19. INCLUSIVE HOUSING: A Pattern Book Design for Diversity and Equality Authors: Edward Steinfeld: arced@buffalo.edu Jonathan White: jrwhite2@buffalo.edu IDEA Center 378 Hayes Hall | University at Buffalo School of Architecture 3435 Main St. | Buffalo, NY 14214-3087 Tel: 716-829-3485 ext. 329 | Fax: 716-829-3861 http://www.ap.buffalo.edu/idea

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