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Accommodating change: innovation in housing

French, H, ed. (2002) Accommodating change: innovation in housing. Architecture Foundation, London. ISBN 9780951906774

Abstract

Housing design is once again central to the debate on the future development of cities with pressure to provide more, both cheaply and quickly. This time it is to accommodate an increasing population and changing demographics. The Accommodating Change initiative grew out of Circle 33 Housing Groups desire to promote interest in and thereby, improve the quality of affordable housing. In collaboration with the Architecture Foundation, They held two competitions, for architects and for students, a series of workshops and seminars focusing on different housing related issues and an exhibition. This publication includes illustrations of selected competition entries and essay contributions from architects and academics.

Item Type: Book
Note:

This book accompanies an exhibition held by The Architecture Foundation for Circle 33 Housing Group at Bury Street, WI. 22nd February - 27th March 2002.

Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Divisions: Bath School of Art and Design
Date Deposited: 20 Mar 2015 14:15
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2018 15:36
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