COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS OF DWELLING UNITS BETWEEN SUPER-HIGH-RISE AND MID- TO HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
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The purpose of this paper is to reveal the design characteristics of dwelling units in super-high-rise residential buildings by comparing with the characteristics in mid- to high-rise residential buildings. Then following results were obtained from statistical tests and principle component analyses. 1) There were significant differences in the dimensions in vertical cross section designing caused by structural reasons, and in the distributions of room areas in plan designing caused by the lighting conditions of dwelling units. 2) Dwelling units in super-high-rise buildings showed a tendency to be worse in design flexibility than dwelling units in mid- to high-rise buildings.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 71 (601), 73-80, 2006
Architectural Institute of Japan