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MONU releases its 32nd issue on "Affordable Urbanism"
Netherlands Architecture News - Apr 27, 2020 - 13:31 8160 views
MONU has released its 32nd issue on "Affordable Urbanism". MONU is a unique English-language, biannual magazine on urbanism that focuses on the city in a broader sense. This issue is about Affordable Urbanism.
With the words of Bernd Upmeyer, Editor-in-Chief: The creation of affordable urban spaces - whether for housing, work spaces, public spaces, urban infrastructure, or other functions - is a complex issue, as cost considerations must be balanced with other important objectives such as social usability, environmental sustainability, beauty, etc.
Because, as the former Chief Planning Officer of the city of Hamburg, Jörn Walter, argues in our interview “Redefining a Radical Social Market Economy”: none of this is worth anything if people cannot pay for it... continue reading in Issues and get a printed copy here.
This issue is supported by European Post-master in Urbanism (EMU) - Strategies and Design for Cities and Territories, Bauhaus-University Weimar’s International Master Course: Integrated Urban Development and Design and Incognita’s Architecture Trips: Discover Eastern European Architecture and Urbanism. Find out more about MONU's supporters in Support.
Cover: Image is part of Will Hartley’s contribution “Squatting in London” on page 97. © Will Hartley)
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