Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on New Trends in Social Sciences
The Modular System for Furniture Design for Public Rental Housing in China
Xi Chen, Rosjana Chandhasa, Akapong Inkuer, Chanoknart Mayusoh, Pisit Puntien
Public rental housing is an important part of China’s security housing system. In the past few years, public rental homes are very popular. This research aims to Modular system and furniture needs of condominium tenants in China by using qualitative research and collecting documents, books, textbooks and related research. Including exploring the area then used a qualitative research method. The research area scope is Chongqing, China, which is the number 1 city that tenants live.
The result of the research, tenants’ demand for furniture of condominium in China responds to tenants’ demand for furniture in public tenants and the specificity of the area and the public space rental policy, standards and the universality of modular systems for furniture design, which can reduce production costs, convenient transportation and can be used with today’s online development era. Various changes of small modules.