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Article | 27-August-2018

A NON-LINEAR SHAPED ARCHITECTURE IN URBAN SPACE

The paper deals with the modernization and adaptation to the new features of existing objects in the urban fabric. In the twenty-first century the digital design tools, which are interfaced with the production of computer technology, have opened the new opportunities that not only are shaping the architectural objects, but also interferencing in the buildings’ structures. The selected objects are examined, which have been implemented in the European cities centers, and the new design approaches

Krystyna JANUSZKIEWICZ, Karol G. KOWALSKI

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 10 , ISSUE 2, 5–11

Research Article | 30-December-2016

Is social mixing of tenures a solution for public housing estates?

opportunities of the public housing tenants will improve. Most of the studies found that there is little evidence that social mix will necessarily lead to a lessening of disadvantage among public housing tenants. However, social mix usually leads to an improvement of the urban fabric and housing stock, which in turn improves the atmosphere of the areas concerned. In neighbourhoods where social mix has evolved ‘organically’ over time, social mix is more likely to be a positive phenomenon. In areas where it

Alan Morris, Michelle Jamieson, Roger Patulny

Evidence Base, Volume 2012 , ISSUE 1, 1–21

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