Delimiting Common Space

Alvaro Arancibia:

This type study investigates the relevance and proliferation of common space in the configuration of the row housing typology throughout the urban history of Santiago de Chile. The diverse phenomena arising from this typology underwent a ‘displacement of concepts’, which has consecutively reinvented row housing from a public private to a common-private devision. This has shaped the current state of row housing in Santiago de Chile.

Row Housing Matrix

Timeline: Row Housing

Row Housing: From Cite to Modernism
Typological Transformation: Row Housing to Slab Block

Deep Structure: The Common as a Ground Condition

Typological Innovation

Typological Conflict

Summary: Row Housing and the Street Condition

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