The fourth in the increasingly less accidental series of talks that relate to Last Meter® themes - this one considering the opportunity to integrate services into public housing at the time of retrofit.
What is the role of of public or social housing? Who pays for it? Can user service integration be a part of making housing more self-financing and thus accessible? What about retrofit?
John Manoochehri (BASE2), Michele Knapp (Cocoon Construct), and Erik Stenberg (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) share experiences, perspectives and outlook on what's going on and what's next.
Find out: is public housing a "revenue generation device", or a "community building tool" or both?
Image is of the Pruitt-Igoe buildings, the enfant terrible of the public housing debate, which were definitely not retrofitted since everyone decided they hated them.