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finn-wilkie · a month ago
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Collet & Muller, Social Housing, Lognes, 2020
www.collet-muller.com/
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tamazo2 · a year ago
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公社出島アパート(1962) 長崎市新地町 2020 一階は元々給油所だったが、現在は駐車場になっている。
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vanishingsydney · 3 months ago
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Stairwell window. Great Depression-era art deco apartment building, still used as social housing for low income earners. Dulwich Hill.
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elarafritzenwalden · a month ago
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'SAAL - Bairro da Bouça', social Housing Lapa - Porto, Portugal; 1973-77
Álvaro Siza, António Madureira, Anni Gunther (colour photography by Elara Fritzenwalden)
see map | more information 1, 2, 3, 4
via "Werk, Bauen + Wohnen" 70 (1983)
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architectureandfilmblog · 4 months ago
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3D-printed home, Tabasco, Mexico
3D PRINTED HOUSING FOR THOSE WHO NEED IT MOST (2019)
This video from U.S.-based nonprofit New Story and tech company ICON introduces a project in which they’ve collaborated to build the world’s first 3D printed affordable housing community, in Mexico. This is an experimental prototype neighbourhood that is intended to include 50 dwellings. The printing process is also looked at in the video WORLD’S FIRST COMMUNITY OF 3D PRINTED HOMES (2019). Image via dwell
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conformi · 2 months ago
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Mario Fiorentino, Federico Gorio, Piero Maria Lugli, Giulio Sterbini, Michele Valori and Riccardo Morandi, Nuovo Corviale, Rome, Italy, 1975-1984 VS Ad Deir, Petra, Jordan, mid-first century CE
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tamazo2 · 2 months ago
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大阪府住宅供給公社 浜寺団地(Osaka Prefectural Housing Corporation Hamadera housing complex)
大阪府堺市西区(Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture)
1960年(Completed in 1960)
フェニックスの大木が目印の古い団地。
全ての住人が退去済みです。
An old housing complex marked by a large phoenix tree.
All residents have moved out.
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vanishingsydney · 4 days ago
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1970's-era mixed housing with some apartments rent-controlled for low income earners. Newtown.
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elarafritzenwalden · 9 months ago
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‘SAAL - Bairro de São Victor’, social housing Bonfim - Porto, Portugal; 1974-77
Álvaro Siza + Domingos Tavares, Francisco Guedes, Adalberto Dias, Eduardo Souto Moura (colour photography by Elara Fritzenwalden)
see map | more information 1, 2, 3
via "Architectures à Porto", Ed. Pierre Mardaga, Brussels (1990)
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whosecityisthis · a year ago
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Whether we dwell in caves or in condominiums, housing is a universal human practice. Home is an extension and expression of our capacity to create. It takes an infinite variety of forms, but making a home for ourselves is an essential and universal activity. Residential alienation is what happens when a capitalist class captures the housing process and exploits it for its own ends. Hyper-commodified housing is alienated housing. It is dominated by people who see dwellings through the eyes of an investor interested in profit or a technocrat interested in control, instead of seeing it as a social right. Commodified dwelling space is not an expression of the residential needs of those who live in it. It is determined by landlords, sublessors, management companies, real estate developers, banks, bailiffs, and bureaucrats–by the ensemble of social roles and institutions that prop up the seemingly inhuman laws of housing markets in contemporary society.
David Madden & Peter Marcuse, In Defense of Housing: The Politics Of Crisis
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germanpostwarmodern · 10 months ago
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House Gaastra (1959-60) in Zeist, the Netherlands, by Han Schröder
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1985suns · 5 months ago
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lacaton & vassal’s transformation of 530 dwellings through the lens of laurian ghinitoiu
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