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Title: 99 Years of the Housing Question in Sweden
By (author): Daniel Movilla Vega
ISBN10-13: 9144120478 : 9789144120478
Format: Paperback
Size: 225x200mm
Pages: 326
Weight: .860 Kg.
Published: Studentlitteratur (SW) - July   2017
List Price: 65.00 Pounds Sterling
Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 2
Subjects: Architecture : Sweden
This book presents the history of modern architecture in Swedish housing. It is essential reading, especially at a time when a lack of accommodation is having such a brutal impact on Swedish society. However, this has not always been the case. Decisive public policies implemented during the 20th century led to an exemplary democratisation process of housing, unparalleled in terms of equality and inclusiveness. The first part of the book presents an overview of housing responses in Sweden. It dissects the housing question, describing it as a multidimensional phenomenon that cannot be addressed without considering social, political and economic circumstances. The second part compiles texts and materials from the exhibition Bo. Nu. Då: Bostadsfrågor och svar under 99 år (Housing. Now.Then: 99 Years of Housing Issues and Responses) held at ArkDes in 2016 and curated by Dan Hallemar. Based on the rich ArkDes collections, the book features examples of architectural solutions to the housing question from 1917 to the present. 99 Years of the Housing Question in Sweden brings together different perspectives, contributions, accounts and critiques from specialists and citizens alike, each illustrating in its own way how modern Swedish housing and society have developed and evolved hand in hand. The result is an important but relatively unknown discourse on the role of housing in the construction of the welfare state which offers vital lessons for today’s world.
Table of Contents:
Preface; Introduction; Constructing Folkhemmet: A Critical History; Ways Out of the Housing Crisis; Housing Now Then; Temporary Homes; Emergency Housing for Swedish Workers; Homeless; Home; Innovations; Co-Housing; Light in Housing; Neighbourhood; Everyday Metrics; The Million Programme Now; Debate.
About The Author:
Daniel Movilla Vega has a PhD in architecture and has been a guest researcher at ArkDes (Stockholm, Sweden) in 2016 and 2017. Since 2009 he has undertaken international academic research on housing, focusing on social and architectural changes that are interlinked with establishing new collective approaches to residence and the city. He has been a visiting researcher at Columbia University (US), TU Delft (The Netherlands), MARKhI (Russia), FAU-USP (Brazil) and NTNU (Norway).
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