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[商业新闻] 【整理】2015-12-31&2016-01-03 伦敦房价为啥持续暴涨

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Architects face up to London's housing market   

London Architects are facing up to the issue of London's expensive rental market by creating modular living spaces.


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“Last year in November I lost my job. By the end of January, money was gone. My housemate kicked me out. I went to the council and they said they couldn’t do anything for me. Four or five nights I slept on the streets. People think of homeless people as this man sitting outside the station asking for money. And there’s different levels of homeless. If you are couch surfing, or you are staying at a friend’s house, you’ve got no lease with your name on it, you are homeless.”



Wendy’s experience led her to Y:Cube Mitcham in southwest London, a resident for young singles.



“Well for me, personally, it’s a stepping-stone to getting back into real life.”



The development is a collaboration between Pritzker Prize- winning architecture firm Roger, Stirk, Habour +Partners and youth charity the YNCA.



“In London there is a dearth of good quality affordable housing and Y:Cube offers them the chance to have their own front door, their own living space and their own home. And we can deliver an affordable home for them for about 65% of the equivalent market rent for this area.”



Rent for a one-bed room flat in southwest London averages $320 per week, Y:Cube renters pay about $100 less. And additional problem is the shortfall of available properties. Y:Cube hopes to be a solution to this affordable housing conundrum.

“Architects are problem solvers. It was all about money, at the end of the day, all about how much it would actually cost to build and therefore have that reflect in ensuring that rent staid at an affordable level.”



Y:Cubes can be built in two weeks at a cost of $45,000, The timber units are 26 square meters, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, purposely designed to be transportable.



“They can be redeployed elsewhere with great simplicity and speed with the notion of being able to then occupy that land for a shorter period of time. And when I say temporary, I mean ten years, 15 years. The door frame, I’m reaching up, eight foot. It’s much higher than a typical door, because what it does, it connects the two small spaces together. When it’s open, you get a feeling of a flow space. So Y:Cubes, it’s not just about the inside, it’s also about the outside. So out beyond every front door, there’s a stoop, and it’s about two meters wide. So you can sit here for an evening, chat to your neighbors who are passing by. The community is really important. Now there are 36 units in this place. That’s a really nice sized community.”



The YMCA’s goal is to have Y:Cubes stacked up right across the UK and beyond. For Wendy a young woman with ambition, it has meant the start of a new journey.



“It’s just a way for me to reintegrate myself into the community. Two or three years hopefully, is the longest I will stay here and by that time, I’d have enough funds to kind of move back into, into my, my new life.”



John Defterios, One Square Meter, CNN.

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“Last year in November I lost my job. By the end of January, money was gone. My housemate kicked me out. I went to the council and they said they couldn’t do anything for me. Four or five nights I slept on the streets. People think of homeless people as this man sitting outside the station asking for money. And there’s different levels of homeless. If you are couch surfing, or you are staying at a friend’s house, you’ve got no lease with your name on it, you are homeless.”

Wendy’s experience led her to Y:Cube Mitcham in southwest London, a resident for young singles.

“Well for me, personally, it’s a stepping-stone to getting back into real life.”

The development is a collaboration between Pritzker Prize- winning architecture firm Roger, Stirk, Habour +Partners and youth charity the YNCA.

“In London there is a dearth of good quality affordable housing and Y:Cube offers them the chance to have their own front door, their own living space and their own home. And we can deliver an affordable home for them for about 65% of the equivalent market rent for this area.”

Rent for a one-bed room flat in southwest London averages $320 per week, Y:Cube renters pay about $100 less. And additional problem is the shortfall of available properties. Y:Cube hopes to be a solution to this affordable housing conundrum.

“Architects are problem solvers. It was all about money, at the end of the day, all about how much it would actually cost to build and therefore have that reflect in ensuring that rent staid at an affordable level.”

Y:Cubes can be built in two weeks at a cost of $45,000, The timber units are 26 square meters, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, purposely designed to be transportable.

“They can be redeployed elsewhere with great simplicity and speed with the notion of being able to then occupy that land for a shorter period of time. And when I say temporary, I mean ten years, 15 years. The door frame, I’m reaching up, eight foot. It’s much higher than a typical door, because what it does, it connects the two small spaces together. When it’s open, you get a feeling of a flow space. So Y:Cubes, it’s not just about the inside, it’s also about the outside. So out beyond every front door, there’s a stoop, and it’s about two meters wide. So you can sit here for an evening, chat to your neighbors who are passing by. The community is really important. Now there are 36 units in this place. That’s a really nice sized community.”

The YMCA’s goal is to have Y:Cubes stacked up right across the UK and beyond. For Wendy a young woman with ambition, it has meant the start of a new journey.

“It’s just a way for me to reintegrate myself into the community. Two or three years hopefully, is the longest I will stay here and by that time, I’d have enough funds to kind of move back into, into my, my new life.”

John Defterios, One Square Meter, CNN.
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[Homework]【整理】2015-12-31&2016-01-03 伦敦房价为啥持续暴涨

Last year in November I lost my job, by end of January money was gone, my husband kicked me out, I went to the council and they said they couldn't do anything for me, four, five nights I slept on the streets, people think homeless people as those men sitting outside the station asking for money, and there are different levels of homeless, if you couch surfing and you stay at a friend's house, you got no lease with your name on it, you are homeless.
Wendy's experience led her to Ycude M in southwest London, a residence for young singles.
Well, for me personally it is a stepping stone to get back into real life.
The development is a collaboration between Pritzker prize winning architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners and youth charity the YMCA.
In London there is a dearth for good quality, affordable housing and Ycube offers the chance to have their own front door, their own living space, their own home, and we can deliver an affordable home for them for about 65% of the equivalent market rate for this area.
Rent for a one bedroom flat in southwest London averages $320 per week, Ycude renters pay about $100 less, an additional problem is a shortfall of available properties, Ycube hopes to be a solution to this affordable housing conundrum.
Architects are problem solvers, it's all about money, all about how much it would actually cost to build and therefore how that could then reflect in ensuring the rents stayed at an affordable level.
Y cubes can be built in two weeks at a cost of $45,000, the timber units are 26 square meters, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, purposely designed to be transportable.
They can be redeployed elsewhere with great simplicity and speed with the notion of being able to then occupy the land for a short period of time, but when I say temporary, I mean ten years, fifteen years, the door frame I'm reaching up to 8 foot, it's much higher than a typical door, so it does connect the two small spaces together, when it's open, you get a feeling of the flow space, so Ycubes is not just about the inside, it's also outside, so out beyond every front door, there is a *, and it's about two meters wide, so you can sit here over an evening, chat to your neighbours who are passing by, the community is really important, now there are 36 units in this place, that's a really nice sized community.
The YMCA's goal is to have Y cubes stacked up right across the UK and beyond, for Wendy, a young woman with ambition, it's meant the start of a new journey.
It's just a way for me to reintegrate myself into the community, two or three years hopefully is the longest I will stay here and by that time I'll have enough funds to come back into my new life.
John Defterios, One Square Meter, CNN.
                                                   
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"Last year in November I lost my job. By end of January my money was gone, my housemate kick me out. I went to the council and they said they couldn't do anything for me. For five nights I slept on the streets. People think of homeless people as those men sitting outside the station asking for money and there is a different level of homeless if you couch surfing or you are staying at your friends house, you've got no lease with your name on it. You are homeless. "

Wendy's experience lead her to the Y-cubes, in southwest London, a residence for young singles.

"Well for me, personally, it's a step up stone to getting back into real life."

The development is a collaboration between * price winning architecture firm, Roger, *, *, partners, and youth charity, the YNCA.

"In London, there was a dearth of good quality, affordable housing and Y-cubes offers them the chance to have their own front door, their own living space, their own home. And we can deliver an affordable home for them for about 65 percent of the equivalent market rent for this area."

Rent for A One Bedroom Flat in southwest London averages about 320 dollars for a week. Y-cubes renters pay about one hundreds dollars less. And additional problem is a shortfall of the available properties. Y-cubes hopes to be the solution to this affordable housing conundrum.

"Architects are problems solvers, it was all about money at the end of the day, all about how much it would actually cost to build and therefore how that could then reflect to ensuring the rent stayed at an affordable level. Y-cubes can be build in two weeks at a cost of 45 thousand dollars. The timber units are 26 square meters small enough to fit on the back of a truck, purposely designed to be transformable. They can be redeployed elsewhere with great simplicity and speed with the notion of being able to then occupy that land for a short period of time. And when I say temporarily, I mean ten years, fifteen year. "

"The door frame I am reaching up to 8 foot, it's much higher than a typical door, because what it dose, it connects the two small spaces together, when it's open, you get a feeling of flow space. So Y-cubes, small just about the inside, and it's also outside, so out beyond the every front door, there is a *, and it's about two meters wide, so you can sit here over in the evening, chat to your neighbors who are passing by. The community is really important, now there are 36 units in this place, that's a really nice sized community."

The YNCA's goal is to have Y-cubes stacked up right across the UK and beyond. For Wendy, a young woman with ambition, it has meant a start of a new journey.

"It's just a way for me to reintegrated myself into the community. Two or three years, hopefully, is the longest I will stay here and by that time and have enough funds to kind of move back into my new life."

John *, One Square meter, CNN.
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