Collaborative Housing Processes

Paradigms in Transition from a North – South Perspective

Authors

  • Darinka Czischke TU Delft, Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Elke Schlack Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban Studies Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

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10.7480/rius.5.3984

Abstract

As an introduction, this chapter explains the main differences and convergences in the context of housing provision between Chilean and European cities. The chapter describes moments of housing provided by the Welfare States and moments in which housing rights are subject of major financialization. Here, the text describes what this publication wants to highlight: ‘the culture’ of the collective in housing provision. Despite the different traditions and cultural contexts in cities in the north and in the south, the core question remains the same: how do the inhabitants in the city agree on the way they want to live?

How to Cite

Czischke, D., & Schlack, E. (2019). Collaborative Housing Processes: Paradigms in Transition from a North – South Perspective. Research in Urbanism Series, 5, 17-26. https://doi.org/10.7480/rius.5.3984

Published

2019-10-07

Author Biographies

Darinka Czischke, TU Delft, Architecture and the Built Environment

Sociologist from the Catholic University of Chile, MSc in Urban and Regional Planning Studies from London School of Economics and Political Science, and PhD in Architecture from Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, with specialization on housing management, social enterprises and innovation. She is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Management in the Built Environment and head of the knowledge hub on collaborative housing Co-Lab Research, at the Faculty of Architecture in Delft University of Technology. 

Elke Schlack, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban Studies Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Architect from the Catholic University of Chile, and Doctor from the Technological University of Berlin, Germany with specialization in urban development and urban law. She is currently academic and researcher at the School of Architecture of the Catholic University of Chile and academic at the Andres Bello University, Chile. She is also member of the 9x18 Laboratory and CMLab of the UC.

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