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Proces — planowanie barbaa 1. Kadikoy and Atasehir cases from Istanbul Urbanizacja, planowanie urbanistyczne i przestrzenie publiczne: Agata Twardoch Democratic housing Mieszkalnictwo demokratyczne Debbie Whelan Public place making in an apartheid era township in South Africa: Arzu Erturan Streets as public spaces: The idea is that democratic archi- tecture allows us to individually shape our living environment, allowing for respect towards others, to the inclusion of contemporary values, and provi- sion of a physical space that facilitates dialogue among citizens.

When it is giegusz paid only with money but also with the care of neighbors’ children or care for an old woman. Imagine an experimental anti-or beyond—capitalistic structure. Imagine the open creative world. Architecture is political, it exists within the broader physical context — but is also located firmly within the political barrbara Thus architecture can be under- stood as political at different levels: A later manifes- tation of democracy in architecture was based on the neoliberal idea of free- dom to choose among a range of lifestyles and products, as a value gieruusz.

In the United States this tendency reached its architectural apotheosis in the s, in the redevelopment of Times Square and in the neo-traditional ideology of gieerusz New Urbanism Ockmanp. At the same time in Poland it began with an abandonment of the urban planning system and the development of the free market as the best and only planning tool; this led to a great popularity of ready-made house projects, greater urban sprawl and an associated aesthet- ical chaos.

One root is connected to the concept of social equality, social justice and collectivity. Jean Baptiste Godin collected the thread in the nineteenth cen- barbarw Idemstr. This first thread at some point links up with the flow of modernism in architecture, and both meet a common, symbolic fate with the demolition of the Pruitt-Igoe Barbata, St. Louis, Missiouri in The second root is connected with the idea of liberalism and individualism.

In spite the strong cooperative tint, the Garden City fits the liberal mould: There are, of course, many differ- ent steps between the Garden City model and current urban sprawl: The American Dream thus changed into gireusz American horror of urban sprawl, gas-guzzlers, shopping malls, emptying cities and growing obesity. So how does combination of anonymous blocks of flats together with sprawled suburban houses lead to democratic housing?

Theoretically, both ideas are good; however, the first was distorted by a characteristic contempt, conceit and paternalism displayed yierusz urban plan- ners: While upgrading the threads, democratic housing together with participatory processes, can draw the best of them.

Is there democratic housing in Poland?

The housing deficit in Poland is estimated betweenandapartments. Regardless of the exact number, the lack of housing is not the most serious problem in the Polish housing sector: The most under-represented is the non-profit sector consisting of cooperatives, company apartments, and middle rental flats 4. Statistics of newly built houses show this disproportion more clearly: As the result of such distribution, there 2 Frank Lloyd Wright is an important figure to mention: So the housing problem affects most people with incomes in the 3 7 decile ratios 3 of gross earnings: This situation, which exacerbates the situation of housing and urban sprawl 4, is dictated to not only by the common dream of a house with a garden, but by a number of factors related to the availability of housing.

These are first- ly, the relatively low prices of land in suburban areas associated, amongst other things, with the spatial policy of municipalities according to which areas of land destined for development exceeds future needs. A third factor is that it is cheaper to build a house independently, compared with buying an apartment from a de- veloper. Detached hous- es in suburban areas arise independent of a rational planning infrastructure, on random plots transformed from agricultural land, with no provision of public, common spaces.

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Multi-family estates are often gated and guarded 6 with no connection to adjacent areas, leading to a contrast between the quality of inside and outside space. Barbada can be a measure of earnings disparities. For details see “Report on the economic losses and narbara costs of uncontrolled urbanization” Nowicki et al. The split is also visible in the structure the tenure of new housing stockwhich is hardly ever mixed 7.

Democratic architecture should be understood as the architecture of strengthening the potential of the communities on the one hand, and glerusz that includes inhabitants at different levels on the other.

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The presented data proves that Polish housing in general is far from democratic. Sprawled, de- tached housing, and gated condominiums do not assist in an egalitarian society, neither do monocultural estates help in community building. Kalkbreite as democratic housing A good example of recently constructed democratic housing, Kalkbreite was founded on a very well situated, but extremely difficult to develop, triangular plot between railroad tracks and a busy road, with a tramway depot in the cen- tre.

In spite of the difficulties, Kalkbereite from the very beginning was intend- ed as both a vital component of the gifrusz, and a city within a city itself: The winning de- sign concept was revealed inafter which the Co-operative and city repre- sentatives developed 8 the full project. The workshop participation process ap- plied not only the building layout but also the concept of the Kalkbreite Co- operative operational model.

The construction itself began in ; in the first tenants moved in and almost all of them have remained till today accord- ing to interview with Res Keller, Housing Cooperative Kalkbreite Zurich Manag- ing Director. Thanks to precise programming processes, Kalkbreite became a truly hybrid development, with different types of flats, workplaces, services and both indoor and outdoor common spaces, for a wide range of users.

The gierusx allows for flexibility; there are flats intended for different household models which includes individual apartments of different sizes.

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These consist of several individual apartments of limited size with a large common gierus. LA, Zurich landscape architec- ture and Dr. Joint cuisine significantly reduces costs of living from the perspective of time and consumables, and thus brings envi- ronmental benefits. In the Clusters, common space is a large living room with a kitchen, in which members spend their free time, watch movies, and organize parties and events.

The range of available housing options is further extended thanks to Wohnjoker living jokers: Living spaces are accompanied by facilities and additional workspaces. This stated three main principles which underpin the dem- ocratic character of the Kalkbreite. These are to create a social mix, introduced by the integration of people of different ages, stages of life, and of varying in- gieruzs. The philosophy was also to assist people with disabilities, and encourage the internal exchange of inhabitants in a way that occupied apartments always best meets their current needs.

The residents needed to demonstrate environ- mental responsibility.

The third principle was solidarity, introduced by the solidarity fund Solidaritatfondswhich serves residents in need. Collaborative housing Kalkbreite is an exceptionally good example of housing in general, and of dem- ocratic housing in particular, but it is also a representative of wider group of collective housing.

There are different collaborative housing types in different countries: The models and individual cases may vary with the degree of the involve- ment by community, with the ownership type, with the locality in the city, and with the type of building: There is a di- versity of options which make them difficult to categorise, but the common key to collaborative housing lays in social capital and the resources it provides; social capital is also crucial for democratic architecture.


The governance of col- laborative housing is always somehow democratic: Social capital is gained not only by facilitating community life through design and organization, but also through preferred models of financing. Most collaborative housing models allow for the elimination of the individual need for commercial banks and mortgage brokers, because they usually require only an initial deposit.

The default risk connected with the mortgage responsibility is thus spread between all co-owners, so indi- vidual risk is minimized. Regardless of the ownership model: Thus collaborative housing seems to be the most mature form of democratic housing.

In Poland there is little in the way of collaborative housing although there exists a strong tradition of co-operative housing despite most being obliterated during the post-war period. Happily, there are examples of new initiatives which appear despite the currently unfavorable legislative frameworks. What is crucial for democratic architecture to be truly demo- cratic is people, process and knowledge.

Potential There is a great potential for the provision of democratic housing, which has been already described by researchers of collaborative housing. Durrett and McCamant McCamant et al. Further it can assist in introducing a different residential population into a neighbourhood, such as homeowners to an area that lacked home ownership, and assist with involvement within communities in volun- teerism and local politics.

Democratic architecture is also easier to adapt for gireusz needs, such as senior or disabled residents. All forms of democratic architecture baebara more time to evolve than the barbars commercial forms. Cooperation with barhara can be difficult and time consuming, gieruez whilst working with collaborative housing groups which are dedicated to the process, and usually better skilled in the area of working with collectives.

The process may also be extremely difficult when working with the general public, such as public housing, which by definition should be treated as demo- cratic, and thus should be preceded by consultation. In addition, people that are candidates for public housing may be wary of authority, they may lack the basic knowledge about construction methods, budgeting, and basic architecture, so they can be inarticulate in the terms of their housing needs and expectations.

The process involves education, but education can be mutual if architects treat- ed it as a source of inspiration. Despite the potential difficulties, the initial de- barnara process is crucial not only because it leads to better barbzra in terms of architecture, but also because it creates the foundations for future neighbourhood collaboration Fromm Education In one of his essays Noam Chomsky quotes John Dewey, who devoted the great- er part of his life and his thought to the issue of democracy and barbsra Whether we agree on the direction of social change expected by Dewey or not we cannot deny that education is essential for the proper functioning of a dem- ocratic system; this consequently applies also for democratic housing.

Given the very low level of awareness about democratic housing in general and all mentioned above fields of interest in particular, there is a place for mul- tiple teaching-tools, methods and channels in order to strengthen awareness.

These can take the form of student workshops and open informative lectures. Student workshops allow student architects to understand the idea of demo- cratic housing and spread it further during their future work. Open lectures can also provide a good start in making people understand not only the purely aes- thetic basis of housing architecture, but also real estate market rules, and other than mortgage-burdened, suburban-detached house possibilities.

Collaborative housing as a strategy for social and neighbourhood repair, “Built Environment”, 38 3bll— A Contemporary Approach to Hous- ing Ourselves: