The Evaluation of Family Satisfaction with the Design of the Stacked Maisonette

Jan 01, 1974

This paper examines the problem of analyzing the mix and weight of preselected behavioral and demographic factors contributing to residential satisfaction in the organization of family types. To solve this problem, a research method was constructed, allowng personal and extended multi-method contacts with a sample of 12 families occupying stacked maisonette houses. In the analysis, three family types that appear to share consistent satisfaction factors, including both behavioral and demographic indicators, were identified.

Dr. Robert J. Beck, PhD (Universite de Montreal)
Robert Rowan (Universite de Montreal)
Pierre Teasdale (Universite de Montreal)
EDRA5/1974 Proceedings
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Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

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