An approach to house lots' space order as an alternative tool for reorganizing urban housing fabrics 住宅市街地の再編手法としての敷地の空間秩序に関する研究

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著者

    • Lukumwena, N'senda Byam' ルクムエナ, ンセンダ ビャム

書誌事項

タイトル

An approach to house lots' space order as an alternative tool for reorganizing urban housing fabrics

タイトル別名

住宅市街地の再編手法としての敷地の空間秩序に関する研究

著者名

Lukumwena, N'senda Byam'

著者別名

ルクムエナ, ンセンダ ビャム

学位授与大学

大阪大学

取得学位

工学博士

学位授与番号

甲第4404号

学位授与年月日

1991-11-30

注記・抄録

博士論文

09958

博士(工学)

1991-11-30

大阪大学

14401第12345号

目次

  1. Table of Contents / p7 (0005.jp2)
  2. List of figures / p14 (0009.jp2)
  3. Chapter One Introduction--the problem,objectives and prospects of applicability of the research findings / p1 (0010.jp2)
  4. 1-1.Introduction and Objective of the research / p1 (0010.jp2)
  5. 1-2.The field of investigations / p2 (0011.jp2)
  6. 1-3.A word on comparison / p4 (0012.jp2)
  7. 1-4.The problem / p4 (0012.jp2)
  8. 1-5.On the Process / p6 (0013.jp2)
  9. 1-6 The target and the Prospects / p7 (0013.jp2)
  10. 1-7 Summary of the chapters / p8 (0014.jp2)
  11. 1-8.Footnotes / p10 (0015.jp2)
  12. 1-9.References / p10 (0015.jp2)
  13. Chapter Two The precedence and affordance of the vernacular in the contemporary built form / p11 (0015.jp2)
  14. 2-1.Introduction / p11 (0015.jp2)
  15. 2-2.Space Structure:theoretical and practical considerations / p11 (0015.jp2)
  16. 2-3.Why compare and what is compared / p13 (0016.jp2)
  17. 2-4.Prospects and strategy of applicability / p14 (0017.jp2)
  18. 2-5.The sample / p14 (0017.jp2)
  19. 2-6.Defining the concept and the frame of the study / p15 (0017.jp2)
  20. 2-7.Case-study:Measuring the dynamic parameters through an analysis of the physical layouts / p16 (0018.jp2)
  21. 2-8.Assessing the Spatial Integration Index,RA / p20 (0020.jp2)
  22. 2-9.Concluding / p23 (0021.jp2)
  23. 2-10.Evaluating / p25 (0022.jp2)
  24. 2-11.The spatial precedence of the vernacular in the contemporary space settings / p26 (0023.jp2)
  25. 2-12.Footnotes / p29 (0024.jp2)
  26. 2-13.References / p29 (0024.jp2)
  27. Chapter Three Space Structural Changes in the Housing Environment / p31 (0025.jp2)
  28. 3-1.Introduction / p31 (0025.jp2)
  29. 3-2.Housing Environment as Urban Structure Classification Criteria:a historical perspective of Kinshasa / p31 (0025.jp2)
  30. 3-3.Space Structural Changes in the Housing Environment Ownership patterns as a subdued premise for infilling housing / p35 (0027.jp2)
  31. 3-4.Housing lot,planning and land ownership:An African perspective / p37 (0028.jp2)
  32. 3-5.Some reflections on the prevailing land ownership system in Zaïre / p47 (0033.jp2)
  33. 3-6.Land lot and the space formation-The Japanese experience / p50 (0035.jp2)
  34. 3-7.Footnotes / p52 (0036.jp2)
  35. 3-8.References / p52 (0036.jp2)
  36. Chapter Four Review of Some Methodologies relevant to the issue of interpretation;and introduction of an alternative method of approach to Spatial allocations and attributes / p55 (0037.jp2)
  37. Section1:Reading the social content of built forms through spatial allocations-Literature review / p55 (0037.jp2)
  38. 4-1.The purpose and assumptions of the review of approaches to Interpreting Spatial Allocations and Attributes / p55 (0037.jp2)
  39. 4-2.Brief review of some earlier contributions to the relations of space and social life / p57 (0038.jp2)
  40. 4-3.Floor plans versus visual or contextual analysis in decoding the sociocultural content of the built environments / p62 (0041.jp2)
  41. Section2:Eccentricity-An approach to reading built forms'spatial and organizational properties / p67 (0043.jp2)
  42. 4-4.Some useful definitions,assumptions and supportive Arguments / p67 (0043.jp2)
  43. 4-5.Defining the space system's components / p69 (0044.jp2)
  44. 4-6.Interrelations between Components'Functions and Locations / p71 (0045.jp2)
  45. 4-7.Reading Relational Locations drawing on graph theory and topology / p72 (0046.jp2)
  46. 4-8.Spatial structure's physical properties;the social,cultural and economical orders / p77 (0048.jp2)
  47. Section3:Eccentricity-Frame:Definitions and Procedures / p79 (0049.jp2)
  48. 4-9.Aim of the eccentricity method / p79 (0049.jp2)
  49. 4-10.Contribution of the Eccentricity concept / p79 (0049.jp2)
  50. 4-11.Procedure and supportive arguments of the eccentricity assessment / p82 (0051.jp2)
  51. 4-12.Construction of the Eccentricity-frame / p83 (0051.jp2)
  52. 4-13.Steps in the construction of the eccentricity-frame / p83 (0051.jp2)
  53. 4-14.Eccentricity-zones' aggregation into eccentricity-regions / p84 (0052.jp2)
  54. 4-15.Assessment principles:Relating Built and open components' eccentricity-index values / p85 (0052.jp2)
  55. 4-16.Limitations of the eccentricity-frame / p88 (0054.jp2)
  56. 4-17.Assessment of the eccentricity-index and the lot configuration's degree of variability / p90 (0055.jp2)
  57. 4-18.Eccentricity-index and the variability of the lot's physical configuration / p91 (0055.jp2)
  58. 4-19.Eccentricity-index of Open Spaces and the variability of the lot Closed Spaces' nodes(building corners) / p96 (0058.jp2)
  59. 4-20.Caution / p100 (0060.jp2)
  60. 4-21.Footnotes / p100 (0060.jp2)
  61. 4-22.References / p103 (0061.jp2)
  62. Chapter Five Spatial and societal precedents of the incremental infills--The sociocultural,economic and physical environment of infills / p105 (0062.jp2)
  63. 5-1.Introduction / p105 (0062.jp2)
  64. Section1.The spatial and societal precedents of the incremental infills / p105 (0062.jp2)
  65. 5-2..Defining the scope of Alterations / p105 (0062.jp2)
  66. 5-3.Why look into incremental infills? / p107 (0063.jp2)
  67. 5-4.Generative Parameters of changes:some considerations / p109 (0064.jp2)
  68. 5-5.The context of Incremental infills in housing development In Kinshasa / p109 (0064.jp2)
  69. 5-6.The samples / p110 (0065.jp2)
  70. 5-7.A word on Present Greater Kinshasa global land allotment / p112 (0066.jp2)
  71. 5-8.The specific context of the incremental infills / p115 (0067.jp2)
  72. Section2:The sociocultural,economic and physical environment of infills / p116 (0068.jp2)
  73. 5-9.Introductory considerations / p116 (0068.jp2)
  74. 5-10.Data Collection / p119 (0069.jp2)
  75. 5-11.Analysis of the data:an overview of the social,cultural,economic;and the physical implications on the dwellings / p121 (0070.jp2)
  76. Section3:Concluding / p142 (0081.jp2)
  77. 5-12.The social potential of spatial locations as source of alterations / p142 (0081.jp2)
  78. 5-13.Footnotes / p146 (0083.jp2)
  79. 5-14.References / p147 (0083.jp2)
  80. Chapter Six Space performance of lots-a positional investigation / p149 (0084.jp2)
  81. 6-1.Introduction / p149 (0084.jp2)
  82. 6-2.The outset of lots'spatial allocations / p151 (0085.jp2)
  83. Section1:Dwelling lots'incremental infills-spatial properties-Kinshasa case study / p153 (0086.jp2)
  84. 6-3.Incremental infills and lot coverage / p154 (0087.jp2)
  85. 6-4.The nodes / p166 (0093.jp2)
  86. 6-5.The eccentricity-indices / p170 (0094.jp2)
  87. 6-6.Interpreting the indices in sociocultural terms / p171 (0094.jp2)
  88. 6-7.The vernacular grain / p172 (0095.jp2)
  89. 6-8.Concluding / p176 (0097.jp2)
  90. Section2:Incremental versus Instant development:The Japanese context-Mino Case / p178 (0098.jp2)
  91. 6-9.Introducing the sample / p178 (0098.jp2)
  92. 6-10.Incremental development versus instantaneous development / p178 (0098.jp2)
  93. 6-11.Lots variability and space production-some theoretical considerations revisited / p181 (0099.jp2)
  94. 6-12.The eccentricity indices / p188 (0103.jp2)
  95. 6-13.Concluding / p194 (0106.jp2)
  96. 6-14.Footnotes / p195 (0106.jp2)
  97. 6-15 References / p196 (0107.jp2)
  98. Chapter Seven Conclusive recommendations for a possible framework of implementation of the research findings / p197 (0107.jp2)
  99. 7-1.Lessons from incremental and instant housing developments / p197 (0107.jp2)
  100. 7-2.Some recommendations for a possible framework of design control / p207 (0112.jp2)
  101. 7-3.Prospective of an improved control system / p210 (0114.jp2)
  102. 7-4.General conclusion and limitations / p211 (0114.jp2)
  103. 7-5.Footnotes / p214 (0116.jp2)
  104. 7-6.References / p215 (0116.jp2)
  105. Appendix / p217 (0117.jp2)
  106. Appendix A RAs Tables / p217 (0117.jp2)
  107. Table2-1 Machiya,Table of RAs(Relative asymmetry indices) / p217 (0117.jp2)
  108. Table2-2 Musgun house(Central Africa),Table of RAs / p218 (0118.jp2)
  109. Appendix B Survey items / p219 (0118.jp2)
  110. Appendix C Survey Tables / p224 (0121.jp2)
  111. Mobility and the incremental infills / p224 (0121.jp2)
  112. Summary of the eccentricity-indices of lots in Kinshasa / p225 (0121.jp2)
  113. Appendix C Lots' and Fabrics' Layouts / p227 (0122.jp2)
  114. Onohara Estates-Layout of lots and the fabrics / p227 (0122.jp2)
  115. Kinshasa Estates-Layout of lots and the fabrics / p228 (0123.jp2)
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