By Tuan Anh Tran
This e-book presents a complete knowing on catastrophe resilient housing in the Vietnam context rather and the constructing global usually. The publication has pointed out the foundation reasons of housing vulnerability, regulations to secure housing improvement, thoughts of catastrophe resilient housing, key issues/factors implementers and development designers have to think of, and methods of attaining resilient housing results in genuine layout projects.
The layout and improvement of catastrophe resilient housing has been framed into 3 major themes:
(i) group session, (ii) the position of built-environment execs and (iii) layout responses for resilience.
To in achieving those topics, there's a number of contextual and intervening stipulations that have to be addressed and met to supply an allowing surroundings for selling catastrophe resilient housing. those 3 subject matters are one of the such a lot controversial concerns in fresh debates and discussions, academically and essentially, concerning catastrophe danger aid and secure housing improvement. furthermore, this publication additionally presents the evidence-based layout framework for catastrophe resilient housing upon which layout principles and suggestions for secure and resilient housing could be generated and shaped.
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For the houses whose long walls are intentionally kept for a design idea, the exclusion of consolidating partitions or piers Fig. 2 Housing Vulnerability to Natural Disaster in an Era of Climate Change 25 Fig. 4 Highly unsafe conditions are seen in the long gable walls in-between also provide unsafe conditions (CECI 2003b). 6 m because such houses are more likely to be destroyed by storm wind compared to lower houses (CECI 2003b). The use of verandas or balconies structurally attached to the main house, according to DWF (2011), is a really unsafe condition because the destruction of such a veranda or balcony may lead to the destruction of the main house (Fig.
Social vulnerability is characterised by the factors that determine the degree to which people’s life, their housing and livelihoods are threatened by, or at risk to, a hazard (Wisner et al. 2004). Tapsell et al. (2010) scoped the concept of social vulnerability into three components: security (awareness and understandings of safety-related issues and long-term stability), economic (financial affordability for vulnerability reduction), and social (institutional and contextual conditions). And interestingly, these three factors seem to be clearer in the situation of Central Vietnam.
The outcome of this design competition also showed that current understandings of local architects on disaster resilience are still limited since they often viewed resilience 6 1 Introduction as ‘safer’ or ‘stronger’. This may explain the unsuccessfulness of some recent housing reconstruction projects where technical issues were more concentrated than social and institutional ones. It also showed the necessity to conduct this research to find out what disaster-resilient housing actually means within the context of Central Vietnam and how to achieve it in practice.
Developing Disaster Resilient Housing in Vietnam: Challenges and Solutions by Tuan Anh Tran