Dutch Complex Housing: What, Why and How?

Registration Eligibility
Free and Open to the public.
Start Date
11/05/2018
End Date
11/05/2018
Description
Between 1990 and 2010 (The VINEX period) the Dutch developed housing projects that were integral to their neighborhood; were dens;, included many housing types and life styles; and incorporated rent and purchase, mixed use and mixed income. The lecture explores why this happened in the Netherlands, what are the characteristics of complex housing (using a typological approach), and how -under what conditions- it might be employed elsewhere.
Location
Muncie, IN
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Housing & Community Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Describe planning organizations for varied housing types in dense urban housing.

2. Discuss principles for incorporation of access types (galleries, decks, courtyards, corridors, etc.) used internationally in multi-family housing.

3. Identify key programming elements and concerns in planning multi-use urban housing.

4. Illustrate innovative approaches in Dutch planning and their relevance for the American city.
Instructors
Julia Robinson
Website Registration
Course Codes
181105Robinson
Provider
Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Architecture and Planning Ball State University


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