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Title
Crawley Standard Housing (low-income)
Work Type
Image
Date
1966-10-01
Location
Crawley, West Sussex, England
Material
35 mm slide film Kodachrome
Description
Roads in Crawley were designed to create slow-speed quiet and uniform residential neighborhoods. This is important to their designs around cul-de-sacs or otherwise odd curves, et cetera. Houses also arranged their orientations along geographic directions. The income groups of neighborhoods are segregated and design lightly differs to indicate prosperity or the illusion of.
Obsorn, Frederic J. and Arnold Whittick. "New Towns: Their origins, Achievement and Progress." London: L. Hill, 1977, pp. 134-151.
Keywords: housing, public housing,
Repository
Rhode Island College Special Collections
ID Number
5764
Source
Digital Initiatives at Rhode Island College
Rights
Rhode Island College
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