Never Demolish | Ilka and Andreas Ruby | Ruby Press

In the 1960s and 1970s, large-scale housing complexes were built around the world as a bold solution to meet the need for housing. Five decades later, they are largely ideologically outdated, urbanistically failed and mature for demolition. In this context, the Never Demolish intervention states that these projects can have a second life better than their first, through a sensible renovation: expanding spaces and improving living standards.





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