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Field Visit Study of Newly Constructed Supportive Housing `The Brook` in Decayed Area of New York, USA
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  • Journal title : KIEAE Journal
  • Volume 16, Issue 2,  2016, pp.43-52
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ecological Architecture and Environment
  • DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2016.16.2.043
 Title & Authors
Field Visit Study of Newly Constructed Supportive Housing `The Brook` in Decayed Area of New York, USA
Lee, Yeunsook; Park, Jaehyun; Qi, Ting;
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 Abstract
In the 21st century, Korea had radical economic development with accelerating urban sprawl, and following declination with social polarization. City declination makes socially vulnerable people unstable and increase homelessness. The projects revitalizing decayed area utilize local idle spaces to build new facility with creative supportive programs. The purpose of this study is to analyze inclusive characteristics of a supportive housing `The Brook`. A field visit walk through observation and in-depth interview were utilized as research methods. The information of a representative supportive housing field will promote understanding the concept, and create base for further research. As results, state and knowhow of information concerning housing first policy, active government investment, space planning, management, social integration, service providing, architecture and so on offered to facilitate inclusive insights. In conclusion, the characteristics of supportive housing were realistically analyzed through a field research. This research is significant to introduce initially the effective supportive housing which has been practiced for 30 years in USA to that needs alternatives for the socially vulnerable in Korea.
 Keywords
Housing Welfare;Housing First Principle;Supportive Housing;Homelessness;Decayed Residential Area;
 Language
Korean
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