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Mass Housing of the Scandinavian Welfare States

MASS HOUSING OF THE SCANDINAVIAN WELFARE STATES - Exploring Histories and Design Approaches


summary Edited by Svava Riesto and Miles Glendinning
introduction Svava Riesto (University of Copenhagen, Landscape Architecture and Planning) and Miles Glendinning (Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies, University of Edinburgh)
paper 1 "Mass Housing and the Emergence of the 'Concrete Slum' in Denmark in the 1970s and 1980s" by Mikkel Høghøj (School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, Denmark)
paper 2  "Mass Housing: Modern Architecture and State Power - A 20th Century Epic" by Miles Glendinning (Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies, University of Edinburgh)
paper 3  "Welfare Landscapes: Open Spaces of Danish Post-war Housing Estates Reconfigured" by Ellen Braae, Svava Riesto, Henriette Steiner and Anne Tietjen (University of Copenhagen, Landscape Architecture and Planning)
paper 4 "Restoring the Public: The Case of Fittja Suburb" by Thordis Arrhenius (School of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology KTH)
paper 5  "Yonder Product and Practice: Case Study of Drottninghög, a Post-WW2 Large Scale Housing Estate in Helsingborg, Sweden" by Heidi Svenningsen Kajita (University of Copenhagen)


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