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Mass housing, high-rise and vertical cities – What else?

Organizers: Tamas Egedy (1)
From: (1) Budapest Business School, University of Applied Sciences, Budapest
Keywords: mass housing, high-rise housing estates, vertical cities

Housing estates have been built all over the world, and if we look at them in Eastern and Western Europe, there are far more similarities than differences. Their origins are common, their construction was inevitable and there are no fundamental differences in the reasons for their construction. They were all built to address the housing shortage in the short term. Looking at the architectural evolution of mass housing programmes after the Second World War, we find that they replicate to some extent the post-World War I situation in that there was a gradual shift from suburban neighbourhoods to large housing estates on the periphery, and the same urban ideologies and architectural techniques were employed. In Europe, housing estates thus became widespread and in many countries they continue to constitute an important segment of the housing market. In recent decades, the issue of high-rise housing estates has often been the focus of urban geographical, architectural, and urban planning discourses, and more recently a new mainstream urban paradigm, the theory and practice of vertical cities has grown out of this issue. This session aims to bring together and present current research on mass housing, high-rise housing estates, and vertical cities, focusing in particular on social, economic, and urban issues, housing market processes, and other related topics.

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