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Housing : a setting for social behaviour : a study of the community spaces in high rise housing as effective environment for social interactions (Also available on CD)

by Talsania, Isha D.
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: 137p.,CD-ROM Year: 2010 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I SUMMARY 1 INTRODUCTION 2 Aim of the study 3 Objectives 4 Methodology 4 Analytical Framework 4 Scope and Limitations 5 Structure of the study 5 1. MAN ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIP 7 1.a Historical background in evolution of different concepts 7 1.b. Basic theoretical positions 9 2. HOUSING FROM A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE 11 2.a. User Needs 12 2.a.(i) Physiological needs 12 2.a. (ii) Social needs 16 2.b. Behavioral Characters of Users 19 2.b. (i) Territoriality 19 2.b. (ii) Symbolic Identity 22 2.b. (iii) Cultural Identity 25 2.c. Stages in life cycle and social behavior 25 2.c. (i) Children 25 2.c. (ii) Adolescents 26 2.c. (iii) Adults 27 2.c. (iv) Elderly 28 3. HOUSING AS POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENT 29 3.a. Designer-user relationship 29 3.b. Community spaces for social behavior 30 3.b. (i) Community Spaces 30 3.b. (ii) Entrance 31 3.b. (iii) Streets31 3.b. (iv) Central open space 32 3.b. (v) Childrens play area 32 3.b. (vi) Garden 33 3.c. Characteristics of a space34 3.c. (i) Physical envelope of space 34 3.c. (ii) Relationships of space 38 3.c. (iii) Physical features of space 39 4. HOUSING AS EFFECTIVE ENVIRONMENT 42 4.a. Users response to the physical environment 43 4.b. Activity pattern and physical environment 44 4.c. Social behavior and physical environment 44 4.d. User and activity systems/behavior settings 45 5. AHMEDABAD CITY 47 5.a. Climate 47 5.b. House form 47 5.c. Culture and Lifestyle 49 PART II X Case Study 1 Shrinandnagar 51 1. Information plates 51 2. Observations 55 3. Architectural Characteristics of the community spaces 56 3.a. Scale and Proportion 57 3.b. Relation to building blocks59 3.c. Relation to the entrance & Approach to the space 61 3.d. Relation to other spaces 62 3.e. Materials and textures 63 3.f. Architectural/Landscape features 64 4. Spatial response to user needs .66 4.a. Physiological needs 67 4.b. Social needs 68 4.c. Behavioral characters of users 70 X Case Study 2 Indraprasth 73 (Structure similar to Case study 1) X Case Study 3 Eeshita 97 (Structure similar to Case study 1) X Case Study 4 Nandanvan 117 (Structure similar to Case study 1) X Case Study 5 Komal Enclave 139 (Structure similar to Case study 1) PART III 1.Activity and Space 159 2.Comparative Analysis 166 3.Conclusion 171 Appendix 175 Bibliography 183 Acknowledgements 187

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