Consolidated common spaces in high rise mass housing (Also available on CD)

by Tamakuwala, Dharini (UA4514)
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: 135p.,CD ROM Year: 2019 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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Contents
1 Research Proposal 6
1.1 Abstract: 7
1.2 Aim: 8
1.3 Hypothesis: 8
1.4 Objectives: 8
1.5 Method: 9
1.6 Scope: 10
1.7 Limitations: 10
2 State of Mass Housing 12
2.1 Dual Nature of Mass Housing: 14
2.2 Formal Building Typologies in Highrise Housing: 15
3 Social Aspect of Mass Housing 20
3.1 Defining Common Spaces and Social Spaces: 21
3.2 Social Interaction as essential part of Social Spaces: 22
3.3 Main features of Outdoor Social Spaces in High-rise Housing: 23
4 Current Housing Scenario in Ahmedabad 25
4.1 Most practiced mode of offering Social Spaces in High-rise Housing: 27
4.2 Are Building Regulations cause of Consolidation? 31
5 Consolidation of Social Spaces 38
5.1 Do consolidation of Common Spaces affect Social Interaction: 43
6 Afterword 49
Appendix 53

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