領域形成よりみた近隣空間計画過程における閾・核概念について : 集合住宅における近隣空間構成に関する研究2 [in Japanese] THE CONCEPT OF THE THRESHOLD AND NUCLEUS AS A CLUE TO NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING : A study on neighborhood planning, Part 2 [in Japanese]
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In the preceding paper (Part 1), we mainly discussed the possibility of interactive relations between the perception of territory and the threshold-nucleus concept in neighborhood. In this paper, we try to define further the concept of the threshold and nucleus hypothesis in neighborhood on the basis of existing literature and research reports, and to examine whether the threshold and nucleus hypothesis in neighborhood is applicable to the neighborhood planning in a practical way. Moreover, we analyze the findings of fundamental research concerning the hypothesis of the threshold and nucleus in neighborhood. As a result, it is concluded that the threshold might be divided into seven components, and the nucleus might be divided into six components. Some of these components might play an important role in the territorialization of neighborhood in a narrower sense, while other components may play an important role in a broader sense. Furthermore, nowadays it appears that a question should be considered concerning the aspect of neighborhood planning in the multi-dwelling housing estate from the territorialization point of view. Thus, we would like to suggest a few proposals concerning the neighborhood planning.
- Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 368(0), 91-101, 1986
Architectural Institute of Japan