During the 20th century, housing constituted one of modern architecture's most fruitful areas of investigation, from the point of view of applying new technologies and the development of architectonic archetypes as well as from the planning of the city and the social role of architecture. One result of this is the big apartment-block complexes put up in the 1960s, many of which present enormous problems of upkeep. If to begin with they were built to alleviate the pressing housing needs of the immigrant population, today they adapt badly to current new living patterns. 264pp.
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