Cabrini-Green and Vele di Scampia: When Public Housing Projects Don't Work Out

Published Sep 11 2021 at 7:30 AM GMT
  • The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has seen inequalities laid bare, especially when it pertains to the unequal allotment of architectural resources to people.
  • The start of the pandemic saw Europeans who could afford it, for example, leaving the urban metropolises they lived in and going away to their second homes in the countryside.
  • We've also seen how poorer people in places like New York, for example, do not have adequate access to green spaces " a critical part of human well-being.
  • And within this conversation is also the issue of social housing - known by multiple names around the world - and how the social housing that gets designed in the present and in the future should respond to ever-changing global needs.



  • Published Sep 11, 2021 7:30 AM GMT