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DASH – Global Housing

Affordable Dwellings for Growing Cities

We are still working hard to finalize the last content for the upcoming DOUBLE issue of DASH! Among others, this issue will feature essays by Helen Gyger (Mediating Informality: The Urban Visions of Peru’s Law 13517), Dick van Gameren & Rohan Varma (Shifting Scales: Affordable Housing in India) and Nelson Mota (To Be Continued…: Housing, […]

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Interview with Tsedale Mamo

Grand Housing Programme, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

In 2004 the Grand Housing Programme (GHP) was introduced in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to reduce the overwhelming housing backlog, estimated at about 300.000 housing units and to replace 50% of the overall dilapidated public rental houses (locally known as Kebele Houses). For the upcoming Issue of DASH – Global Housing (autumn 2015), Brook Teklehaimanot, from […]

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Fria New Town

featuring in the upcoming issue of DASH - Global Housing

DASH is disovering the Archives of Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris for the upcoming issue on Global Housing. One of the projects which will feature in the Plan Documentation is: Fria New Town in Guinea Conakry (1956-1964) by Michel Ecochard / Guy Lagneau, Michel Weill  & Jean Dimitrijevic / Michel Kalt, Daniel […]

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Published on Archined: ‘Im welchem Style sollen wir wohnen?’

Article by Jurjen Zeinstra for DASH - Interiors on Display

As well as Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, the Netherlands as DASH pays attentions to the meaning of the 1:1 model. 1:1 models are enjoying a notable revival, not only in a contemporary form but also in a historical one. Where does this interest come from? To what degree is the 1:1 model – an […]

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Upcoming Issue of DASH

Global Housing - Affordable Dwellings for Growing Cities

An important chapter in the history of Western architecture is the emergence of affordable mass housing at the beginning of the 20th century and in the reconstruction period after the Second World War. Mass Housing became a full architectural and urban problem, with strong political and idealistic dimensions. Some of the projects that emerged in […]

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