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地域コミュニティのサステナビリティからみた優良田園住宅の計画手法に関する課題考察 : 富山市田園住宅開ヶ丘事業のケーススタディを通して

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Title: 地域コミュニティのサステナビリティからみた優良田園住宅の計画手法に関する課題考察 : 富山市田園住宅開ヶ丘事業のケーススタディを通して
Other Titles: Consideration of the Issues concerning Planning Methods of Quality Countryside Houses from the Viewpoint of Sustainability of the Local Community : A Case Study of Hirakigaoka Housing Development in Toyama
Authors: 清水, 郁江1 Browse this author
森, 傑2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Shimizu, Ikue1
Mori, Suguru2
Keywords: quality countryside house
planning method
regional promotion
Issue Date: 15-Oct-2008
Publisher: 日本都市計画学会
Journal Title: 都市計画論文集
Volume: 43
Issue: 2
Start Page: 445
End Page: 450
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to consider the issues concerning planning methods of quality countryside houses from the viewpoint of sustainability of the local community. Satoyama Club, which is the non-profit organization in Toyama, has been developing Hirakigaoka housing development in the suburbs of Toyama. Through a case study of this development, the following points of an argument to planning methods were found: One is the rigidity of the procedure to plan quality countryside houses causes some restrictions on resident participation, especially taking a cooperative approach. The other is the typical house design makes attribution of community members unified and the sustainability unstable.
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Type: article (author version)
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Submitter: 森 傑

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