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|Author||Bonev I., Shimura S., Fricke H.H., Tsukamoto Y.
|Title||Design and construction methodology for de-institutional architecture: A case study on “Lakeside Dancers Club” at Horst Festival|
Bonev I., Shimura S., Fricke H.H., Tsukamoto Y.; Design and construction methodology for de-institutional architecture: A case study on “Lakeside Dancers Club” at Horst Festival ;AIJ Journal of Technology and Design vol:25.0 issue: 61.0 page:1351.0
|Keywords||Clubs; Commonality; Conviviality; De-institution; Resourceful Design
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85076959854&doi=10.3130%2faijt.25.1351&partnerID=40&md5=0362ebfc934bcf836fbdd6caba7693b7
|Abstract||De-institution refers to social and architectural practices which provide alternatives to institution- and industry-centered models. It engages with the potential of communities by recognizing common behaviors, local resources, and their spatial manifestation. The concept of de-institution practically interprets the ideas of the philosopher Ivan Illich, and is incidentally discovered in the work of architecture collectives around the world. This paper reports on the social framework, design and construction process of Lakeside Dancers Club as a case of a de-institutionalized club. It aims to elaborate on the architectural challenges and their creative solutions to building a dancing space with social impact. © 2019 Architectural Institute of Japan. All rights reserved.
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