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myliveablecity julaep. July - September 2017

housing for all

Uitgever:myliveablecity

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 118 pagina's
  • 4 jul. 2017

Cities are living organisms and have a character of their own. Each city has a personality dependent on its location, its history and the ambitions of its citizens.Undeniably we have a symbiotic relationship with our cities. To make our cities more liveable, we need to put more into them. We need to be more aware and involved, become more active and participative as well as be demanding of our city planners and administrators.

In this magazine a focus on the Housing for all, including:


Photo essay about private and public space, articles about India and Chandigarh A striking balance between old and new, technology project of RE-SETTLE, Micro Living in New York, Saving neighboorhoods in Moscow, the resilience of community living in Ganvie Africa, answers to never ending housing woes in Haiti, and more about Smart Homes, low-rise houses instead of tall-towers, bungalowland, an interview with Sameep Padora and more. 

Cities are living organisms and have a character of their own. Each city has a personality dependent on its location, its history and the ambitions of its citizens.Undeniably we have a symbiotic relationship with our cities. To make our cities more liveable, we need to put more into them. We need to be more aware and involved, become more active and participative as well as be demanding of our city planners and administrators.

In this magazine a focus on the Housing for all, including:


Photo essay about private and public space, articles about India and Chandigarh A striking balance between old and new, technology project of RE-SETTLE, Micro Living in New York, Saving neighboorhoods in Moscow, the resilience of community living in Ganvie Africa, answers to never ending housing woes in Haiti, and more about Smart Homes, low-rise houses instead of tall-towers, bungalowland, an interview with Sameep Padora and more. 

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