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Sustainable housing guidelines

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Basic Criteria's and design tips for adding sustainable dimension in housing projects

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Sustainable housing guidelines

  1. 1. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Dhiraj Salhotra dhirajsalhotra@gmail.com MASS HOUSING PROJECT GUIDELINES FOR SUSTAINABLE AND APPROPRIATE HOUSING DESIGN
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  14. 14. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Examples of strategies for storing recycling and waste in higher density housing schemes: Storage integrated with entrances and front gardens to houses, as in this example of a terraced townhouse. Housing developments should include adequate provision for recycling facilities, both inside the home and around the site. This means that homes need to be provided with areas where materials can be sorted and stored prior to being collected for recycling, and bin stores will often need to contain room for 2, 3 or more bins per dwelling, unless communal recycling is provided. Additionally, areas within the public realm will need to be set aside for extensive recycling facilities and such facilities will need to be provided in locations that are easily accessible by all residents, while not causing a nuisance. Appropriate recycling facilities
  15. 15. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Appropriate recycling facilities If access is provided with a laneway to the rear, this should be private for residents’ access only. This may allow service vehicle access (requiring a through- route or turnabout) or residents may bring their own bins to the kerbside. Bins may be stored communally in free- standing structures in order to avoid clutter at dwellings.
  16. 16. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Creating a sense of belonging by identifiable strong built form
  17. 17. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Good quality architecture and landscaping have been an important element . The visible change from very poor quality, low-density towers to higher quality, higher density houses has helped to change perceptions of the district as a residential neighbourhood.
  18. 18. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood An axial route at a residential development exploits a castle to give a unique, local identity to the site.
  19. 19. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood A no-through road allowing a continuous pedestrian and cycling route but restricting vehicle movement. It is important that the pedestrian/cycle only route should still be treated as a street with good overlooking and active frontages.
  20. 20. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Shops and offices with doors to apartments above provide active frontage and a human scale to streets.
  21. 21. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Buildings to back of pavement, parking and planting, generate a people orientated street. Adamstown, Co Dublin
  22. 22. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Activity on a shared surface street .Removing cars and their associated design requirements(kerbs, barriers, markings) signals clearly that this is a street designed for people and allows for relaxed activity by residents
  23. 23. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Rather than relying on speed bumps, this design drawing for a development uses layout to control traffic speeds with an indirect route, parking layouts and making clear thresholds into a ‘home zone’ street.
  24. 24. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood The schematic layout above and below shows buildings used to create a clear, simple range of spaces. Frontages address public spaces and streets while perimeter blocks enclose and control shared private spaces for residents only.
  25. 25. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood In this sketch design, semi-private space shared by the dwellings is clearly separated from the public streets, either completely enclosed by terraces or separated by railings.
  26. 26. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood This scheme regeneration clearly delineates defensible front gardens facing onto well overlooked public roads, with private gardens to the rear.
  27. 27. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood This development encloses a public square while providing walled, private gardens to the rear.
  28. 28. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Parking is treated as part of the landscaping in order to build the feel of a residential courtyard rather than a communal car park. The detail treatment (e.g. low kerbs and cobble paving) helps build the sense that this space has been designed for the needs of residents rather than cars Clear consideration and definition of streets and parking areas.
  29. 29. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Widefronted,shallow units provide advantages in extendability and natural daylighting. Narrow-fronted ,deep units can be more efficient in block layout.
  30. 30. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Two storey terraced houses in this example are designed so that occupiers can add a third storey as the need might arise in the future. The consideration of this potential in advance creates a streetscape which, while varied, still reads as a coherent whole
  31. 31. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood A simple layout which allows conversion of rooms or different floors as needs change.
  32. 32. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood The garden can become an extension of the living space, both in use and visually, if barriers are minimized between them. Different types of private outdoor space for an apartment scheme including balconies of a useable size
  33. 33. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood An apartment block utilising an atrium space can allow a greater proportion of dual aspect dwellings, if carefully designed. The requirements of the urban block and the hierarchy of streets are considered, while maximizing the dual aspect units in this proposal for housing. The use of wide fronted units can allow for a greater degree of light and dual aspect to more rooms and activities,
  34. 34. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Winter gardens, used here on the street elevation of upper level apartments, can provide a buffer to outside noise. Example of angled windows used to avoid views into adjacent apartments,
  35. 35. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood External storage to ground floor duplex apartments. Recycling storage integrated into the front garden of a terraced house.
  36. 36. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood A higher density development with basement parking within the footprint of the buildings. A lower-density development providing surface parking in a combination of on-street spaces and spaces within well over-looked courtyards Parking overlooked on street in front of apartments
  37. 37. Criteriasforagoodneighbourhood Car parking concealed within the landscape and activities of a multi-use space.
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