village, housing, affordable housing, Philadelphia, grandfamily housing, community
"The study, analysis, and use of a village as a model for housing, specifically grandfamilies housing, allows the opportunities to see the bridge between community spaces in a village, a community spaces in housing. Villages operating as a community through the creation of spaces [such as: town squares, meeting halls, churches, stores, schools, and places of worship] can be used as an architectural model for how in the housing typology of grand families, the same spaces [such as: gathering halls, gardens, communal kitchens, counseling centers, after school care, and spiritual spaces] can allow the community to operate as an analogous village."
O'Reilly, Meghan, "Village Methodology for Grandfamily Housing" (2006). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 78.
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