A stunning visual celebration of the model for social housing, the Golden Lane Estate, with commissioned photography, illuminating architectural history of the building and fascinating interviews with residents of the Estate.
Investigates the relationship between the dominant ideologies of British public life in the second half of the twentieth century. This book examines the influence of universalist and selectivist approaches to social housing and asks important questions about the connection between social values and government policy.
In order to meet modern residential needs, the Patronat Municipal de l'Habitatge de Barcelona (PMHB) has launched a process of the public offer's diversification by building high-standard architectural housing models specific for the most vulnerable categories of society. Text in English and Italian.
Transforming Social Housing: International Perspectives explores the differences and similarities in housing policies and practices by focusing on social housing institutions and their ability to influence affordability and quality of housing.