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id caadria2013_072
authors Christopher, Hannah; Srinivas Tadeppalli and G. Subbaiyan
year 2013
title Computer Aided Modular Geometric Modeling,to Study the Perception of Safety – Natural Surveillance for Perceived Personal Security
source Open Systems: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2013) / Singapore 15-18 May 2013, pp. 761-770
wos WOS:000351496100079
summary Natural surveillance is one key factor proposed, in the approach to decrease fear of crime. Building fenestrations and outdoor spaces like terrace, balconies and verandas that extend the interior spaces and the indoor activities, beyond the closed external shell of the buildings, are proposed by CPTED, in their place specific policy guidelines, to help design out fear and crime. In this background, this study on natural surveillance opportunities, explores typological variations of these component outdoor spaces of buildings, in line with variations in size and location. The affordances considered for this study specifically focus on the ways in which these spaces structure the visual fields for the external observer. This paper thus reports the survey of visual preferences exploring the spatial affordances of building spaces and their association with fear of crime.  
keywords Natural surveillance, Typology, Fear of crime, Visibility analysis 
series CAADRIA
email hannahchristo@gmail.com
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