Name Authors Name Course Details Date Summary of ANew Method: The Community Unit by Catherine Bauer Catherine Bauer’s modern housing policy has been viewed as a conscious effort to move in a different direction in housing. The modern housing program fronted by Bauer centered on designing a unified public policy concerning housing issues especially for the poor who were often isolated by the two-tier approach (Bauer Pg. 157). When establishing community units adequate standards must be developed to assist set up economic housing units in a timely manner. The poor housing conditions in cities were largely due to old practices utilization of land-economic planning policies and electric power line generation to establish standard houses in post-war. Cities such as Zurich and Frankfort adopted large-scale construction to increase the size and form of their residential and agricultural housing structures (Bauer Pg. 164). Many of the large-scale constructed structures have been subsequently divided into apartments and colonies of varied social and visual units. Modern housing set the tone for larger developments that have accommodated schools playgrounds social buildings and other geometric establishments critical in the development of any city. Works Cited Bauer Catherine. Modern Housing Etc. [With a Bibliography.]. G. Allen &Unwin 1934 [...]
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