Assessment of Educational Outputs of Low-income Housing Project

Suheir M. S. Ammar


The provision of housing to meet the rapid increase in population from all economic classes is a target of most housing programs. This paper aims to suggest a new type of economic housing in Gaza- Palestine through an architectural education studio and analyzing its acceptance through a questionnaire and interviews. The need for this type of multi-storey attached apartments in Gaza is essential considering matching it with socio-cultural values to be accepted by society members. The results clarify the best characteristics of the low-income housing. The degree of acceptance among the students was higher than among interviewees from responsible authorities.


Educational outputs; Architectural studio; Low-income housing; Assessment

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