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Micro Migration: Architecture Influencing the Upward Mobility of Displaced People in the Philippines
Clarisse Daniella Sy GONO
摘要 菲律宾作为发展中国家,其城市化进程已开始向农村地区扩展。来自巴兰盖塔里普蒂普的渔民是城市化进程的受益者,但同时他们很可能失去自身独特的水运文化。本文选取Meycauayan河案例,提出总体设计方案,将渔民迁移至9公里之外的河岸地区,运用多层次的建筑干预策略,提供机会让渔民们融入新社区,并提供社会层面向上流动的可能。在建筑设计上,提出了一种将现代技术与乡土建筑相结合的住房原型,实现用最低的成本进行建造及后续翻新。这是一次使新的社区更加人性化的尝试,将创造出既能适应当地气候,又能最终建成具有产出价值建筑的解决方案。
关键词 微迁移菲律宾社区可支付住宅    
Abstract:The Philippines is a developing country where urbanization has begun to expand into rural areas. This paper explores the potential of upward mobility in resettlement proposals using a layered architectural intervention. The beneficiaries are fishermen from Taliptip village who risk losing their unique waterborne culture because of adverse environmental and socio-economic factors. The proposal moves them 9 kilometers away, along the Meycauayan River that flows towards their original settlement. A comprehensive master plan is then proposed, offering opportunities that integrates them into their new community. Finally, a housing prototype that applies modern sophistication to characteristics of their vernacular architecture is proposed that can be built and subsequently renovated at a minimal cost. This is an attempt to humanize socialized housing, creating solutions suited to the local climate that ultimately produces value generating architecture.
Key wordsMicro migration    Philippines community    Affordable house
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