Exposure

Back to Happy Homes Exposure People who live in spaces that give them a greater sense of control over their exposure to others are more likely to build positive social connections. From principle to strategies Provide clearly delineated private, semi private, and public spaces. Ensure that multi-family housing unit design promotes feelings of privacy and […]

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Exposure

People who live in spaces that give them a greater sense of control over their exposure to others are more likely to build positive social connections.

From principle to strategies

  • Provide clearly delineated private, semi private, and public spaces.

  • Ensure that multi-family housing unit design promotes feelings of privacy and helps to control perceptions of density.

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Private & public realm
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3-4 story buildings
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Setback from public realm
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Amenity spaces

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