Integration or fragmentation: the housing generator competition for South African cities
This book, which features a forward by Nelson Mandela, concerns recent attempts and proposals for creating workable housing in South Africa, and as such is an important contribution to the international debate on architecture and housing in economically emerging countries. The essays provide important incentives for this debate, and show where and how possible solutions can be achieved.
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