Summer School 2019
List of Participants

Rim Afa
Institut National d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme (Rabat)
Towards a new definition of social housing in Morocco

Imane Bkiri
National School of Architecture (Fez)
Project El Kora

Thalles Vichiato Breda
Federal University of São Carlos
Agents, scales and mediations in housing occupations in São Carlos / SP:
‘New’ strategies for access to the popular home

Aysegul Can
Université Paris-Est Créteil val de marne (UPEC)
Istanbul Medeniyet University
Affordable Housing in the Global South:
Approaches for the Global North

Sandra Carrasco
The University of Melbourne
A socio-economic exploration of Melbourne’s African migrants:
Public housing as an incubator

Valentina Cavedon
Ca’ Foscari University
Housing First: An innovative approach in homeless’ services.
The cases of Bologna and Chioggia

Maitri Dore
Sameep Padora and Associates, Mumbai
In the Name Of Housing:
Affordable Housing Research, Mumbai

Tanja Herdt
ETH Wohnforum
Micro-Living and Cluster-Living:
Innovative concepts for small
and low-income households in high- density urban areas

Antonia Krahl
Bauhaus-University Weimar and University of Stuttgart
The contribution of housing companies
in the provision of affordable housing:
An exemplary analysis of the metropolitan regions
of Munich and Stuttgart

Carlos Alberto Manzano Moran
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Innovative approaches of socio-spatial reclaiming (and development?)
through bottom-up housing provision practices:
a comparative analysis of mutual-aid housing
cooperatives in two metropolitan areas in Latin America

Damjan Momirovski
Municipality of Centar
The Second generation:
Family paradigms translated into dwelling scenarios.
Can socialist architecture respond
to the needs of the new social formations?

Pablo Muñoz Unceta
TU Delft
Learning from the city of the slopes:
Housing as a tool to reduce socio-spatial segregation in Lima (Peru)

Raju Neupane
Central Level Project Implementation Unit
Janta Awas Program (People’s Housing Program)

Rituraj Pegu
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Forced Evictions and ‘The Right to Housing’:
Experiences from Delhi Slums in India

Marco Peverini
Politecnico di Milano
More than Affordable Housing:
Potentials and challenges in the innovation
of social and cooperative housing projects

Andrea Schikowitz
Technical University Munich (TUM)
Making sense of social living –
knowledge practices of co-housing groups in Vienna

Yahia Shawkat
10 Tooba (Applied Research on the Built Environment)
Parallel Social Housing in Egypt:
Fighting Commodification in an Authoritarian Context

Noa Zemer
Technion IIT (Haifa)
Socio-Spatial Dynamics in Cooperative Housing:
A Brutalist Estate as a Home for a Community