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The Indeterminacy of the Floor Plan

GENEROSITY SERIES. HOUSING DESIGN STRATEGIES

The Indeterminacy of the Floor Plan

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ISSN 1132-6409

ISBN 978-84-09-41149-8

English/Spanish

136 Pages

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sample-online-versionThe Indeterminacy of the Floor Plan is the first issue of the GENEROSITY series, dedicated to the design of collective housing. After the Density series, which warned about the importance of living in a compact and balanced environment, the new series is committed to the generosity of design.

 

Throughout the entire series, generosity translates into design strategies, identified as:

  • Strategies of Indeterminacy: focused on enhancing spatiality and flexibility.
  • Strategies of Exteriority: aimed at improving the relationship with the environment.
  • Strategies of Privacy: whose objective is to build a protected and own place.
  • Strategies of Interactivity: capable of promoting interrelation and cohesion between neighbours.

 

CONTENTS (English/Spanish)

How to Build Indeterminacy. The House as an Aggregation of Connected Parts.
Javier Mozas.

Generosity. Housing Design Strategies.
Aurora Fernández Per.       

Re-appropriating the Prefab Warehouse DNA.
FAR frohn&rojas Architects. Wohnregal. Berlin (Germany) 2016-2019.

Standardasing the Variation.
FAR frohn&rojas Architects. Lion Feuchtwanger 61. Berlin-Marzahn-Hellersdorf/Kaulsdorf (Germany) 2019-2022.

Articulating Sounds and Views.
E2A Piet Eckert und Wim Eckert. Rietpark Apartment Building. Schlieren-Zurich (Switzerland) 2015-2020.

Revamping and Reorganising.
DBLV Architecten. Nekkersput Housing. Ghent (Belgium) 2014-2020.

Occupying the Courtyard.
Esch Sintzel Architekten. Maiengasse Housing. Basel (Switzerland) 2014-2018.

Counter-designing Suburbia.
Esch Sintzel Architekten. Housing Estate Kuppe. Horgen-Oberdorf (Switzerland) 2011-2021.

Tying the Fragmented Reality.
Fala Atelier. Six Houses and a Garden. Porto (Portugal) 2017-2019.

Clashing Rhythms.
Fala Atelier. House of Cards. Tuias (Portugal) 2018-2021.

Trying to be Ambitious.
Fala Atelier. House with Pink Chimneys. Porto (Portugal) 2019-2022.

Stretching the Act of Living.
LACOL and the Users. La Borda Cooperative Housing. Barcelona (Spain) 2014-2018.

Optimising the Impact of Living.
LACOL & LA BOQUERIA. La Balma Cooperative Housing. Barcelona (Spain) 2016-2021.

Connected Rooms.
Peris+Toral. Cornellà Housing. Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelona (Spain) 2017-2021.

The Indeterminate Home.
Marta Peris, José Manuel Toral.

 

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