'Housing Without Housing' en Marruecos
This tale of a "voyage" expects to bring closer an international co-operation experience in Morocco, in the field of neighborhoods whole enhancing, by generating knowledge for habitat related project assessment. This attempts to pull down the strongest "basic" principles, the deepest rooted "logics", the proudest "rationality". The initial hypothesis is placed upon the idea that only the own history and identity deconstruction can be used to the satisfactory meeting and international cooperation; only a person or nation ready to self deconstruction in order to make sens of one's pieces and situation, can perform a meeting in diversity and fariness.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 (Fall)
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