Cite des Fleurs
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|basic project statistics|
|gross building area||541200|
|site area||492000 sq. m|
|families w/ children||0|
codes. The blocks were divided into euqally-sized narrow plots and were sold to individuals by the 1860s. Buildings here are a combination of terrace houses with front gardens inside of the block- a characteristic different from rear gardens that are prevalent elsewhere - and apartment buildings around the edge of the block. All gardens face a communal passageway, which was later open to the public.
N: Rue Navier
W: Avenue de Clichy
E: Avenue de Saint-Ouen
1. POP/Ac and POP/Ha are estimated based on the number of habitable rooms (586 habitable rooms per Ha in the area), assuming on average one people occupies two rooms, which results in an average family size of 5. FAR is estimated based on plot ratio. Dwelling units per Ha, habitable rooms per ha
and plot ratio refers to: Firley, Mr Eric, and Caroline Stahl. The Urban Housing Handbook. Wiley, 2009. p.115
2. All photos come from Firley, Mr Eric, and Caroline Stahl. The Urban Housing Handbook. Wiley, 2009. p.115-121
3. Maps come from google map and bing map.