AR3703 Syllabus - Contemporary Housing - 2021 Regulation Anna University

AR3703 Syllabus - Contemporary Housing - 2021 Regulation Anna University

AR3703

CONTEMPORARY HOUSING

 L T P/S C

3003

OBJECTIVES:
• To introduce housing in the Indian context and the various agencies involved in the production of housing.
• To outline factors, aspects and standards related to housing.
• To inform about the various housing design typologies and the processes involves in housing project development.
• To inform about current issues and aspects in housing.

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION TO HOUSING AND HOUSING ISSUES IN INDIA

9

Housing and its importance in architecture, its relationship with neighborhood and city planning. Housing demand and supply. National Housing Policy. Housing agencies and their role in housing development. Impact of life style. Rural Housing. Public and private sector housing.

UNIT II

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS

9

Economics of housing. Social economic factors influencing housing affordability. Formal and informal sector. Equity in housing development. Sites and services. Slum housing, up gradation and redevelopment. Low Cost Housing. Health principles in housing. Legislation for housing development. Cost-effective materials and technologies for housing. Case studies in India and developing countries.


UNIT III

HOUSING STANDARDS

8

UDPFI guide lines, standard and regulations. DCR. Performance standards for housing.

UNIT IV

SITE PLANNING AND HOUSING DESIGN

11

Site Planning for housing. Selection of site for housing, consideration of physical characteristics of site, location factors, orientation, climate, topography, landscaping. Integration of services and parking. Housing design relating to Indian situations – traditional housing, row housing, cluster housing, apartments, high-rise housing. Case studies in India of the various types.

UNIT V

CURRENT ASPECTS AND ISSUES IN HOUSING

8

Green building and sustainable practices. Disaster resistance and mitigation. Prefabrication Community participation.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to :
• Knowledge of various issues concerning housing and housing development in Indian and global context covering a cross section of income groups.
• Ability to appreciate socio-economic aspects in housing.
• An understanding of housing standards, site planning principles, housing concepts and types.
• An understanding of key issues in housing today.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Christopher Alexander, 'A Pattern Language', Oxford University Press, New York 1977.
2. Leuris S, 'Front to Back: A Design Agenda for Urban Housing', Architectural Press, 2006.
3. S.K.Sharma, 'Mane A New Initiative in Public Housing', Housing and Urban Development Corporation, 1991.

REFERENCES:
1. Richard Kintermann and Robert Small, 'Site Planning for Cluster Housing', Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, London/New York, 1982.
2. Joseph de Chiara et al, 'Time Saver Standards for Housing and Residential Development', McGraw Hill Co, New York, 2011.
3. Forbes Davidson and Geoff Payne, 'Urban Projects Manual', Liverpool University Press, Liverpool 1983.
4. HUDCO Publications, 'Housing for Low Income, Sector Model'.
5. 'Sustainable Building Design Manual: Vol 1 and 2',The Energy Research Institute, 2015.
6. A.K.Lal, 'Handbook of Low Cost Housing', New Age International Private Limited, 2011.

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