Fernand Pouillon wanted to build at a low cost, to house the middle classes, to bring dignity to affordable housing, to reclaim the harmonious forms of the ancient cities. He was concerned about that neglected part of architecture, that is the house of others.
This story is included in the book 10 Stories of Collective Housing, by a+t research group.
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