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Rethinking the Architecture of Social Housing in Flanders

I. Social housing is a slippery concept. While similar expressions such as ‘public housing’ or ‘dwellings for the poorest / the labouring classes’ give precise indications concerning the actors involved and the targeted population, the notion of ‘social housing’ highlights a more problematic, dynamic dimension. In it, housing is constructed as a matter of generalized

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Conference Call: Architecture and Bureaucracy

The upcoming conference on ‘Architecture and Bureaucracy: Entangled Sites of Knowledge Production and Exchange’ will take place in Brussels, Belgium, 30-31 October 2019. The goal of this conference is to critically engage with and reflect on the ways in which bureaucracy influences architecture and the ways in which architecture generates bureaucracy. We welcome papers that

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