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Case study for homeless people

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Homelessness is the condition of people without a regular dwelling. The legal definition of homeless varies from country to country, or among different jurisdictions in the same country or region.In bangladesh who suffers in poverty are the most are homeless.Bangladesh is a poor country.Occuring Natural calamities making people homeless.Homeless peoples are mainly the beggers,the day labourers.Now a days they make their shelter under the flyover,beside train station,make their own slum.

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Case study for homeless people

  1. 1. Case Study Shelter for Homeless Modular shelter, New Delhi Location Yamuna Pushta, New Delhi Funding Agency/Client IGSSS (Indo - Global Social Service Society) Year 2009 cost per unit (1 Unit=4 modules) INR 3,20,000 area ~1100 sqf per Unit capacity 50-80 people per unit KeyWords Homeless Shelters, Right to Housing This project aimed to bring innovative design and building practices to temporary and perman This project aimed to bring innovative design and building practices to temporary and permanent shelters in Delhi that would accommodate the homeless during all of Delhi's radically different seasons. For mHS was also an attempt to advocate for a business model through use-charges to make the running of such shelters operationally sustainable. The location provided by the Municipality of Delhi allocates the responsibility of shelter management amongst different non-government organizations. This location is wasteland on the banks of the River Yamuna opposite the main Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), a lone patch bordering heavy traffic of the outer Ring Road. The end clients—the homeless in India--are mostly migrants, able-bodied hardworking men with families back in rural villages. They usually work 8-12 hours for a daily wage, as construction labourers or rickshaw pullers. Homelessness is the condition of people without a regular dwelling. The legal definition of homeless varies from country to country, or among different jurisdictions in the same country or region.In bangladesh who suffers in poverty are the most are homeless.Bangladesh is a poor country.Occuring Natural calamities making people homeless.Homeless peoples are mainly the beggers,the day labourers.Now a days they make their shelter under the flyover,beside train station,make their own slum.
  2. 2. The vision of the sponsoring organization, IGSSS, and mHS is for the shelters to serve as a model & demonstration site that will influence the design of other private and government shelters in Delhi and other parts of India. Built with easily found & simple materials—bamboos, bricks, canvas—the design solution called for temporary shelters to serve during Delhi's extreme weather. In winter, the temperature falls to 1-2 degrees Celsius in late December and January, and in May surpasses 45 degrees Celsius. The monsoon period lasts for over a month during July and August. The interaction with the promoting organizations and interviews with end clients highlighted the problems and informed the modular shelter's base concepts: • Easy to build/transport/build • Functional • Modular/incremental • Climate-responsive • Eco-friendly materials • Durable materials The bamboo structure incorporates a double layer wall and a double roof. The air gap in between creates the insulation required. Additional material can be used to fill the gap to increase insulation capacity. The external and internal layers can be configured in different ways according to the seasons, ensuring that heat is retained during winters and released during summers. The height of the module ensures adequate air circulation and accommodates bunk beds to maximize user capacity. Other elements, such as a kitchen, medical facilities & toilets could be add-ons to the base/dorm modules.
  3. 3. Case Study 3 These Eco-Friendly Dormitories are Made of Recycled Timber and Bamboo In order to combat a lack of accommodations for students at the Mae Tao Clinic Training Center in Mae Sot, the embassy of Luxembourg in Bangkok commissioned the a.gor.a architects to design temporary, eco-friendly dormitories. The architects constructed four buildings almost entirely out of recycled timber from previously demolished buildings while the exterior and interior walls are lined with bamboo. What these materials lack in durability they make up with constant availability; the design is easy to assemble and maintain. Each building holds approximately 25 people in total. Overall, the architects have come up with an environmentally friendly, space and cost-efficient design that is super helpful, as the site receives a constant influx of refugees and immigrants from conflict taking place in Myanmar. If you're into helping the environment, check out these sustainably designed dorms. Stats for Recyclable Bamboo Dorms Concept: Eco Friendly Dormitories Segment: Neutral, 35-55
  4. 4. Austin Resource Center for the Homeless,Austin,USA. Project Owner : City of Austin Location : 500 East 7th StreetAustin ,Texas 78701, United States Submitting Architect : LZT Architects Building Area : 26,800 sq. ft. Project Overview : Much more than an emergency shelter, the Resource Center serves as a meeting place and support center, helping people transition out of homelessness through its many programs. The building includes a large common-use room, showers and locker rooms, laundry facilities, a computer room, an art studio, and offices for various community-support agencies. A clinic, located on the first floor, provides health services. The second floor houses a large commercial kitchen and dining room. Located on the third floor in a pavilion- like structure on the roof is the 100-bed overnight shelter. The sleeping area's rooftop terrace opens up to panoramic views of the city. The building reflects an attitude of outreach, openness, accessibility, and respect for the homeless. The mixed-use program is open and accessible to the homeless population in the neighborhood. The creation of a homeless resource center and shelter in the downtown has had a far-reaching, positive impact on the social fabric of the city.
  5. 5. Local Case Study-1 Dewanhat Breeze House Of Delwara Number of Family Membr : 5 Permanent Address : Faziilpur ,Kumira . For over a year they are serving some selfish people are under the bridge Dewanhat. Begging their main occupation. Over the year the number of these people suffer mainly during the rainy season. Also hard water , bathroom trouble is on throughout the year . In addition to all this is to be displaced in their weekly or monthly once guarded by police.
  6. 6. •What is Your name? Delwara Begum •Where are you from? Fazilpur,Kumira •Why do you migrate here? I was divorced and people of high class of my society forced me to get out from the village •How many member do you have in your family? 3.My two child and I •How do you survive here? By Begging •What type of problem do you face by living here? •Most of the time this place become flooded.And the politician of the area charge us

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