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Reading the architecture of the underprivileged classes a perspective on the protests and upheavals in our cities

Reading the architecture of the underprivileged classes a perspective on the protests and upheavals in our cities

Elleh, Nnamdi editor

Book. English.
Published Farnham; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, c2014
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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Nnamdi Elleh
ISBN: 1409467848, 9781409467847
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
Note: Hbk.
Physical Description: xviii, 278 pages illustrations 25cm
Subject: Urban poor; Architecture and society History 19th century; Architecture and society History 20th century; Vernacular architecture

Contents

  1. The Context(s) and the Theoretical Underpinnings
  2. Sustainable Shared Spaces and Experiences of Modernity
  3. Politics and Urban Regulations: Demolished and Refurbished Neighborhoods