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Mass Housing: Modern Architecture and State Power - a Global History

Glendinning, Miles (Edinburgh College of
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Irish Housing Design 1950 - 1980: Out of the Ordinary

Ward, Brian
This book examines the architectural design of housing projects in Ireland from the mid-twentieth century. This period represented a high point in the construction of the Welfare State project where the idea that architecture could and should shape and define community and social life was not yet considered problematic.
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ReHab: Living, Inhabitants, Spaces

Paone, Fabrizio
At the beginning of the economic crisis in 2007, housing became a central commodity in the short-circuit system of mortgages granted to private individuals and businesses.
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Architecture as a Way of Seeing and Learning: The Built Environment as an Added Educator in East African Refugee Camps

Elorduy, Nerea Amoros
How built environments impact early childhood education in East African refugee camps.
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Glasgow: High-Rise Homes, Estates and Communities in the Post-War Period

Abrams, Lynn
This book focuses on peoples' post-war experiences as they were rehoused from overcrowded and unsanitary Victorian slums, to new high rise estates built on vacant sites within the city and on its periphery.
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A History of Council Housing in 100 Estates

Boughton, John
In this highly-illustrated survey, John Boughton, author of Municipal Dreams, examines the remarkable history of social housing in the UK.
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Social Housing: Definitions and Design Exemplars

Karakusevic, Paul & Batchelor, Abigail
Weaving together exemplar case studies, essays and interviews with social housing pioneers and clients, this book demonstrates real-life best practice responses to the challenges associated with housing provision, with a focus on design ideas.
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Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London's Past for a Sustainable Future

Guillery, Peter & David Kroll
This book, for anyone with a professional or personal interest in improving housing provision everywhere, aims to inspire by offering in-depth studies of London's housing past and seeks to provide sustainable solutions for the future by linking to wider contemporary historical and social contexts.
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London: Twentieth Century Housing Projects

Ruimschotel, Tjerk
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