By Edmond Ramis, Claude Deschamps, J. Odoux
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1977 HOPE VI Developments, Issue 35, April, p. 3. Interagency Security Committee (ISC). (2004) Security Standards for Leased Spaces. September. Kamin, B. (2010) Terror and Wonder: Architecture in a Tumultuous Age. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Kumlin, R. (1995) Architectural Programming: Creative Techniques for Design Professionals. New York: McGraw-Hill. Newman, O. (1972) Defensible Space: Crime Prevention through Urban Design. New York: Macmillan. Newman, O. (1996) Creating Defensible Space.
This condition is particularly evident in many of today’s buildings, where modern design and materials have resulted in facilities that are especially vulnerable (Atlas, 1992, 1993, 1998a,b, 2004, 2006a, 2006b; Crowe, 1991, 2000; Sorkin, 2008). 1). The following steps illustrate a traditional building construction process: • Programming—Information supposedly provided by the owner to the architect on why, what, and for whom the building is planned. • Schematic design—The architect processes the programming information and develops bubble diagrams reflecting circulation patterns and proximity relationships.
7), the consequences of failing to secure a building are great to the owner and the designer of the building. Security litigation is increasing at a tremendous pace. Attorneys and expert witnesses are closely viewing lighting, parking lots, landscaping, security hardware, and visibility. Juries are keen to hear how the owner and architect failed to consider the foreseeability of crime in the building design. 8). Michael Sorkin (2008: p. xiii) wrote that: the presumption of danger becomes the defining criterion for planning: a high level of risk is always assumed and everything that follows is simply tactical … we are left answering the questions about how the medium of security should present itself, the visible cameras versus the hidden ones, the uniformed cop versus the one in plain clothes, the obvious barrier versus the more behavioral one.
Cours de mathématiques spéciales - tome 1 - deuxième édition - algèbre by Edmond Ramis, Claude Deschamps, J. Odoux