The Effect of Mixed use and rhe change of Function on The Privacy of Residential Fabric
The mixed use represents one of the strategies of land use to develop the choices within the residential fåbrics, in order to get areas more continuous with other parts of the city, through the potentials that the different functions give within the areas related together to create movement spaces within the residential fabric. The research studies the concept of mixed use, also explains the public and private areas, and the relationship between them in urban settlements, and the role of this relationship in the materialization of privacy within the residential fabric. Finally the research submitted the effect ofthe relationship between movement and the spaces configuration, on the functional requirement in the urban environment. The aim of this paper is to explore the effect of mixed use and the change of function on the movement in the residential fabric. The research hypothesis is the change of land use, and the penetration of these uses has an effect on the privacy
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