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FORM&DATA. Collective Housing Projects

52,00 

FORM&DATA. Collective Housing Projects: An Anatomical Review

The illustration of the elephant is a reference to the issue of the relationship between support structure and form. This interior system is known to exist yet we are not always aware of its material nature.

FORM&DATA includes an anatomical review of 20 collective housing projects, which gives an insight into the real relationship between form and internal organs and to finds the true location of the soul of each building.

a+t research group continues along the route first taken with WHY DENSITY?, a set of tools in order to build the dense city. FORM&DATA applies the concepts included in it to analyze graphically collective housing projects, built between 2013 and 2016.

Elements extracted from the projects:

  • Urban form
  • Concept
  • Data (land occupation, location)
  • Hard performances (insertion in the grid, shared space, public space, circulation, uses…)
  • Plans, elevations and sections

Moreover, FORM&DATA includes a chapter of 23 pages that compares and relates the projects.

The book forms part of the Density series, which became a reference for publications about collective housing worldwide.

PROJECTS PUBLISHED:

01 COPPER LANE CO-HOUSING HENLEY HALEBROWN RORRISON ARCHITECS 
02 CARMEL PLACE nARCHITECTS
03 33 HOUSING UNITS BRUTHER
04 SL11024 LORCAN O’HERLIHY ARCHITECTS
05 EPPAN HOUSING feld72
06 TERRES NEUVES URBAN MASTER PLAN TANIA CONCKO ARCHITECTS & URBANISTS
06a BEGLES TERRES NEUVES LOT B1 TANIA CONCKO ARCHITECTS & URBANISTS
06b CARRÉ LUMIÈRE LAN
07 COSLADA HYBRID COMPLEX AMANN CÁNOVAS MARURI
08 HOME BUILDING HAMONIC + MASSON & ASSOCIÉS, COMTE VOLLENWEIDER 
09 ESCHERPARK E2A
10 THE CARVE a-lab
11 HOUSING BASSINS À FLOT AGENCE 
NICOLAS MICHELIN & ASSOCIÉS
12 KING’S CROSS CENTRAL R5 MACCREANOR LAVINGTON ARCHITECS
13 EUROPAALLÉE BAUFELD E CARUSO ST JOHN – BOSSHARD VAQUER ARCHITECTS
14 EUROPAN 06 FICKEYSSTRASSE PPAG ARCHITECTS
15 HOUSING amRIETPARK, BUILDING SITE C EM2N
16 TIMMERHUIS OMA
17 HUNZIKER AREAL URBAN MASTER PLAN DUPLEX ARCHITEKTEN WITH FUTURAFROSCH 
17a HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE A DUPLEX ARCHITEKTEN
17d HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE D MÜLLER SIGRIST ARCHITEKTEN
17g HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE G POOL ARCHITEKTEN
17k HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE K ARCHITEKTURBÜRO MIROSLAV ŠIK
18 VIA AT WEST 57TH ST BIG 
19 TRANSFORMATION OF ENTREPOT MACDONALD OMA, FAA+XDGA
19a ENTREPOT MACDONALD LOT S2 ATELIER D`ARCHITECTURE BRENAC & GONZALEZ & ASSOCIES
20 THE INTERLACE OMA/OLE SCHEEREN

This publication presents a review of projects built between 2013 and 2016, to which an anatomical dissection of the elements constituting their form has been applied. It offers an integral vision of each work, from its implementation in the territory to the breakdown of its typologies, and continues along the line of inquiry first taken with ‘Why Density?’, developing the concepts on building the dense city expressed therein, this time with new projects. The book is part of the ‘Density’ series, initiated in 2002 by a+t research group (currently Aurora Fernández Per and Javier Mozas), which is considered to be a key instrument in the global investigation of collective housing.

> Look INSIDE/Video

Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 17×23,5
Pagine: 360
Immagini a colori:
Immagini b/n:
Lingua: E-GB
Anno: 2016

ISBN: 9788460814856

FORM&DATA. Collective Housing Projects

52,00 

FORM&DATA. Collective Housing Projects: An Anatomical Review

The illustration of the elephant is a reference to the issue of the relationship between support structure and form. This interior system is known to exist yet we are not always aware of its material nature.

FORM&DATA includes an anatomical review of 20 collective housing projects, which gives an insight into the real relationship between form and internal organs and to finds the true location of the soul of each building.

a+t research group continues along the route first taken with WHY DENSITY?, a set of tools in order to build the dense city. FORM&DATA applies the concepts included in it to analyze graphically collective housing projects, built between 2013 and 2016.

Elements extracted from the projects:

  • Urban form
  • Concept
  • Data (land occupation, location)
  • Hard performances (insertion in the grid, shared space, public space, circulation, uses…)
  • Plans, elevations and sections

Moreover, FORM&DATA includes a chapter of 23 pages that compares and relates the projects.

The book forms part of the Density series, which became a reference for publications about collective housing worldwide.

PROJECTS PUBLISHED:

01 COPPER LANE CO-HOUSING HENLEY HALEBROWN RORRISON ARCHITECS 
02 CARMEL PLACE nARCHITECTS
03 33 HOUSING UNITS BRUTHER
04 SL11024 LORCAN O’HERLIHY ARCHITECTS
05 EPPAN HOUSING feld72
06 TERRES NEUVES URBAN MASTER PLAN TANIA CONCKO ARCHITECTS & URBANISTS
06a BEGLES TERRES NEUVES LOT B1 TANIA CONCKO ARCHITECTS & URBANISTS
06b CARRÉ LUMIÈRE LAN
07 COSLADA HYBRID COMPLEX AMANN CÁNOVAS MARURI
08 HOME BUILDING HAMONIC + MASSON & ASSOCIÉS, COMTE VOLLENWEIDER 
09 ESCHERPARK E2A
10 THE CARVE a-lab
11 HOUSING BASSINS À FLOT AGENCE 
NICOLAS MICHELIN & ASSOCIÉS
12 KING’S CROSS CENTRAL R5 MACCREANOR LAVINGTON ARCHITECS
13 EUROPAALLÉE BAUFELD E CARUSO ST JOHN – BOSSHARD VAQUER ARCHITECTS
14 EUROPAN 06 FICKEYSSTRASSE PPAG ARCHITECTS
15 HOUSING amRIETPARK, BUILDING SITE C EM2N
16 TIMMERHUIS OMA
17 HUNZIKER AREAL URBAN MASTER PLAN DUPLEX ARCHITEKTEN WITH FUTURAFROSCH 
17a HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE A DUPLEX ARCHITEKTEN
17d HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE D MÜLLER SIGRIST ARCHITEKTEN
17g HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE G POOL ARCHITEKTEN
17k HUNZIKER AREAL HOUSE K ARCHITEKTURBÜRO MIROSLAV ŠIK
18 VIA AT WEST 57TH ST BIG 
19 TRANSFORMATION OF ENTREPOT MACDONALD OMA, FAA+XDGA
19a ENTREPOT MACDONALD LOT S2 ATELIER D`ARCHITECTURE BRENAC & GONZALEZ & ASSOCIES
20 THE INTERLACE OMA/OLE SCHEEREN

This publication presents a review of projects built between 2013 and 2016, to which an anatomical dissection of the elements constituting their form has been applied. It offers an integral vision of each work, from its implementation in the territory to the breakdown of its typologies, and continues along the line of inquiry first taken with ‘Why Density?’, developing the concepts on building the dense city expressed therein, this time with new projects. The book is part of the ‘Density’ series, initiated in 2002 by a+t research group (currently Aurora Fernández Per and Javier Mozas), which is considered to be a key instrument in the global investigation of collective housing.

> Look INSIDE/Video

Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 17×23,5
Pagine: 360
Immagini a colori:
Immagini b/n:
Lingua: E-GB
Anno: 2016

ISBN: 9788460814856

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