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Housing Project 2.0

A social housing experiment on the evolution of contemporary ways of living. The exercise is applied to a Milanese block known as the quartiere Feltre, typical example of quality council flats of the late Fifties. Bridgind a gap of more than 50 years, this early model is adapted to today’s alternative family structure and different individual needs transforming the building inside and on its skin. Supervised by Guendalina di Lorenzo and Enrico Pinna.

Chiara Tansini (Switzerland), Thalia Katsiari (Greece), Parin Poolphokphol (Thailand)