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Article: Defining the interface of the private and the shared: The Cultivation of citizenship in the economical housing

TitleDefining the interface of the private and the shared: The Cultivation of citizenship in the economical housing
尋找私有和共享的結合點: 經濟型住宅中的公民社會營造賈倍思
Authors
KeywordsCo-housing (合作住宅)
Sharing (共享)
Citizen society (公民社會)
Open building (開放建築)
Issue Date2009
PublisherXin jian zhu za zhi she (新建築雜誌社).
Citation
New Architecture, 2009, v. 124, p. 4-15 How to Cite?
新建築, 2009, v. 124, p. 4-15 How to Cite?
AbstractUrban housing issues are inseparable parts of urbanization and important components to social civilization. Because of intrinsic complexity of society, to resolve housing problems for the low income requires precise definition of the problems. Starting with analysis to evolution of concepts and experiments of social housing in Europe, the paper points out that defining the interface between commercial system (private) and public system (sharing) in housing is the crucial factor. The paper further analyzes two large Chinese urban communities. Singapore and Hong Kong. It addresses that the successfully defining interface has to correspond to particular objectives and conditions. By giving an analysis to the low cost housing design experiments of Modernism in Architecture, the paper concludes that the design with user participation and open building are the alternatives for Chinese architects to use as a tool to redefine the interface for the betterment of citizens.
城市居住問題是城市化進程的組成部分,也是公民社會的重要組成部分。由於社會本身的複雜性,解決低收入群體的居住問題需要對問題本身進行定位。首先通過對歐洲早期社會住宅發展史的分析. 指出根據不同歷史和區域條件尋找商品經濟(私有)和公有體制(共享)的結合點,是解決住宅問題的關鍵。其次,分析了香港和新加坡兩個亞洲重要的華人城市在社會住宅建設方面的經驗,以印證私有和共享的劃分要根據各自不同的目標和條件。最後結合現代建築參與設計和開放建築設計案例,分析了主動將私有和共享的結合點運用於經濟型住宅的方法,旨在為中國建築師提供借鑒。
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/57955
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2006 SCImago Journal Rankings: 0.101

 

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dc.contributor.authorJia, Ben_HK
dc.date.accessioned2010-05-31T03:21:18Z-
dc.date.available2010-05-31T03:21:18Z-
dc.date.issued2009en_HK
dc.identifier.citationNew Architecture, 2009, v. 124, p. 4-15en_HK
dc.identifier.citation新建築, 2009, v. 124, p. 4-15-
dc.identifier.issn1000-3959en_HK
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/57955-
dc.description.abstractUrban housing issues are inseparable parts of urbanization and important components to social civilization. Because of intrinsic complexity of society, to resolve housing problems for the low income requires precise definition of the problems. Starting with analysis to evolution of concepts and experiments of social housing in Europe, the paper points out that defining the interface between commercial system (private) and public system (sharing) in housing is the crucial factor. The paper further analyzes two large Chinese urban communities. Singapore and Hong Kong. It addresses that the successfully defining interface has to correspond to particular objectives and conditions. By giving an analysis to the low cost housing design experiments of Modernism in Architecture, the paper concludes that the design with user participation and open building are the alternatives for Chinese architects to use as a tool to redefine the interface for the betterment of citizens.-
dc.description.abstract城市居住問題是城市化進程的組成部分,也是公民社會的重要組成部分。由於社會本身的複雜性,解決低收入群體的居住問題需要對問題本身進行定位。首先通過對歐洲早期社會住宅發展史的分析. 指出根據不同歷史和區域條件尋找商品經濟(私有)和公有體制(共享)的結合點,是解決住宅問題的關鍵。其次,分析了香港和新加坡兩個亞洲重要的華人城市在社會住宅建設方面的經驗,以印證私有和共享的劃分要根據各自不同的目標和條件。最後結合現代建築參與設計和開放建築設計案例,分析了主動將私有和共享的結合點運用於經濟型住宅的方法,旨在為中國建築師提供借鑒。-
dc.languagechien_HK
dc.publisherXin jian zhu za zhi she (新建築雜誌社).zh_HK
dc.relation.ispartofNew Architectureen_HK
dc.relation.ispartof新建築-
dc.subjectCo-housing (合作住宅)-
dc.subjectSharing (共享)-
dc.subjectCitizen society (公民社會)-
dc.subjectOpen building (開放建築)-
dc.titleDefining the interface of the private and the shared: The Cultivation of citizenship in the economical housingen_HK
dc.title尋找私有和共享的結合點: 經濟型住宅中的公民社會營造賈倍思-
dc.typeArticleen_HK
dc.identifier.emailJia, B: jia@arch.hku.hken_HK
dc.identifier.authorityJia, B=rp01003en_HK
dc.identifier.hkuros160384en_HK
dc.identifier.volume124-
dc.identifier.spage4-
dc.identifier.epage15-
dc.publisher.placeWuhan (武漢)-

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