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Housing Design Handbook : a guide to good practice / David Levitt.

By: Levitt, David
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2009 2009Description: 281 p. : ill., plans ; 27 cmISBN: 9780415491501 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Architecture, Domestic | Public housing | Architecture and societyDDC classification: 728 LOC classification: NA7540 | .L48 2009
Contents:
Pt. 1. Built form. 1. Creating a lasting sense of place -- 2. Mixing housing with other uses -- 3. Terrace housing and layout -- 4. Flats and layout -- 5. Internal space -- 6. Private open space -- 7. Shared amenity space -- 8. Security without fortification -- 9. Privacy -- 10. Dealing with cars -- Pt. 2. Social issues. 11. Mixed and flexible tenure -- 12. Tenure and style -- 13. Designing in flexibility -- Pt. 3. Technical issues. 14. Environmentally sustainable planning and built form -- 15. Sustainable structures -- 16. Considering cost in use at design stage -- 17. The impact of design on: Having zero energy in mind/Off site manufacture/Passive solar/Using less water/Waste recycling -- Bibliography.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Pt. 1. Built form. 1. Creating a lasting sense of place -- 2. Mixing housing with other uses -- 3. Terrace housing and layout -- 4. Flats and layout -- 5. Internal space -- 6. Private open space -- 7. Shared amenity space -- 8. Security without fortification -- 9. Privacy -- 10. Dealing with cars -- Pt. 2. Social issues. 11. Mixed and flexible tenure -- 12. Tenure and style -- 13. Designing in flexibility -- Pt. 3. Technical issues. 14. Environmentally sustainable planning and built form -- 15. Sustainable structures -- 16. Considering cost in use at design stage -- 17. The impact of design on: Having zero energy in mind/Off site manufacture/Passive solar/Using less water/Waste recycling -- Bibliography.

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