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Intervals habitats. Aproximacions a l'espai de transició de l'habitatge col·lectiu (1990-2007)

Type of activity
Theses
Other related units
Department of Architectural Design
Defense's date
2013-02-21
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/94872 Open in new window
Abstract
"Inhabited intervals" is a research about the transition space in collective housing, specifically about the intermediate space located on the way from home to the street. After the work done by Team 10 between the fifties and the seventies about the "threshold's concept" and the "in-between space" in order to improve the collective housing as well as our cities, it seems that the "inhabited intervals" have been forgotten. The big increase in house prices has reduced these spaces to the minimum...
Group of research
CPSV - Centre of Land Policy and Valuations
REARQ - Rehabilitation and Architectural Restoration
Citation
Salvadó Aragonés, N. "Intervals habitats: aproximacions a l'espai de transició de l'habitatge col·lectiu (1990-2007)". Tesi doctoral, UPC, Departament de Projectes Arquitectònics, 2013.

Participants

  • Salvadó Aragonés, Núria  (author)
  • Ferrer Sala, Manuel  (chair)
  • Mateo Martinez, Jose Luis  (president)
  • de Sola-morales Serra, Pau  (chair)
  • Ravetllat Mira, Pere Joan  (director)
  • Fuertes Perez, Pere  (secretary)
  • Bailo Esteve, Manuel  (chair)

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