1994. 6 Popular Housing


Economic and normative limitations make social housing an extraordinarily constrained playing-field in which one must, moreovery defer to extremely rigid rules. The forced practitioners of this strict discipline always deserve additional points when engaged in uneven matches with that difficult rival embodied by mass public housing, where quality cannot distract quantity, and where one must simultaneously address the urban fabric and the typological piece, the public and the domestic...[+]

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