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Community

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Szabolcs P.

on 20 October 2013

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Transcript of Community

DESIGN PARTNERSHIPS
BETWEEN
COMMUNITY-ENGAGED
ARCHITECTURE
AND ACADEMIC
EDUCATION PROGRAMS


COMMUNITY
PARTICIPATION
providing lasting
benefits for people
vs.
a means of getting
things done
redistribution of
power
in decision making
promoting the
sense of ownership
&
control
addressing
environmental inequities
+
creating
environmental justice
maximizing
user
satisfaction
UNIVERSITY BASED
DESIGN & BUILD
PROGRAMS
- small scale projects
- part of the academic
coursework
- educational, community
and aesthetic objectives
equally valuable
UNIVERSITY BASED
COMMUNITY DESIGN
CENTERS
- university-based design
expertise to local communities
- projects less directly integrated
into the curricula
- longer term projects
- emphasis on the design process,
not on the built work
INDEPENDENT
COMMUNITY DESIGN
CENTERS
- wide variety of projects
- no formal relationship to
educational institutions
- client base:
under-served communities
- emphasis on the comm. service
SZENT JÓZSEF
STŐÚDIÓ
KOLLÉGIUM
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