1993. 6 Dwellings


While public housing, in the sense of cooperatives, languishes between mediocrity and financial scandals, and private collective housing persists in its own commercial saturation, residential architecture survives in the form of individual homes. The uniqueness of these houses, at times designed by the architects for themselves, surely does not compensate for the profession’s regression from general to specific, nor for its neglect of a socially fertile field to lock up in padded refuges of self-withdrawal...[+]

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