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A+T 42 - Reclaim Domestic Actions 2

A. Fernandez Per

  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 152

  • Publisher: HARD NUT Books

  • Date Published: Jun 2014

  • Stock Code: 83612

  • ISBN: 9788461681877

  • Binding: Paperback

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Rounding off the “Reclaim” series, which arose from an environmental sense of reclaiming land, objects, infrastructures and materials, this issue focuses on the refurbishment of dwellings, analysing actions carried out on both private residences and collective housing. Through works by Lacaton & Vassal, for instance, the collective housing passed down from the last century is reconsidered, demonstrating that selective redemption of architectural heritage is becoming an increasingly viable option for today’s cities.

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