Home Front. New Developments in Housing. Architectural Design

  • ID: 2209702
  • Book
  • 128 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Housing for the people: What opportunities exist for this democratic ideal now that the scope for publicly funded architecture is being curtailed in so many countries by the free market? Who are breaking the boundaries to create innovative housing stock? Are attitudes changing towards what is possible? How are the employment of pre–fabrication techniques, materials and information technologies being harnessed? Or could the new alliances that are being hammered out between designers and housebuilders signal the onset of a new era of design–conscious private mass housing? With contributors writing on six distinct geographical areas Australia, Japan, The Netherlands, Sweden, the UK and the UK as well as emergency dwellings, a worldwide perspective is established.

Agrest and Gandelsonas
Alsop Architects
Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
BKK–3 Architektur
Brunnberg & Forshed Arkitektkontor
Caples Jefferson Architects
Kerry and Lindsay Clare
de Rijke Marsh Morgan (dRMM)
Design Inc
FOB Homes
Gans & Jelacic
Alexander Gorlin Architects
Vicente Guallart
Hanrahan + Meyers Architects
Haworth Tompkins Architects
Kazuhiro Kojima
Marpillero Pollak Architects
Mecanoo Architecten
Mikan–Sei Homes
NL Architects
Oldhausen DuBois
Pasanella + Klein Stolzman + Berg
Proctor and Matthews Architects
Pugh Scarpa Kodama Architects
Sergison Bates Architects
Ken Smith
Stanisic Associates and Turner Associates
Stephenson Bell
Jens Th Arnfred
Thanhauser Esterson Kapell (TEK) Architects
Urban Affairs and Joep Mol Architects
Weiz + Yoes

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Editorial (Helen Castle).

Introduction (Lucy Bullivant).

Working the Programme: Designing Social and Affordable Housing in the Netherlands (Lucy Bullivant).

The Regenerator: Profile of Tom Bloxham of Urban Splash (Helen Castle).

New Designs in House Building: Interview with David Birkbeck of Design for Homes (Helen Castle).

Common Ground: Mediating Thresholds Between Public and Private Space in UK Housing Design (Rob Wilson).

The Swedish Home (Ola Nylander).

Emergency Dwelling (Mark Prizeman).

Avoiding Disaster: Gans and Jelacic?s Work on Emergency Housing (Deborah Gans and Matthew Jelacic).

Fine Tuning: How the New York City Housing Authority Makes Housing Work (Jayne Merkel).

Architects as Housemakers in Japan (Thomas Daniell).

ABBA Housing and Beyond: The Future of Architect–Designed Residential Developments in Au stralia (Lindsay Johnston).

Cont ributors Biographies

Interior Eye: Furniture Fair (Craig Kellogg).

Building Profile: Court of Appeals in Valdivia (Jeremy Melvin).

Practice Profile: Duncan Lewis/Scape Studio (Robin Wilson).

Engineering Exegesis: Generative Design: Blurring the Lines Between Architect, Engineer and Computer (Kristina Shea ).

Art Deco: 1910?1939 (John Outram).

Site Lines Magnet: Cedric Price (Samantha Hardingham).

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interesting insights (Inside Housing, Nov 03)

This is an interesting collection of work spanning a large number of countries with contributors and schemes (Building Engineer, April 2004)

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