'Machine Living': The Discourses And Ideologies Of Spatial Order Which Informed The High Rise Developments Of The Housing Commission Victoria 1950-1970

Bree Carlton

Abstract


Examines the Victorian Housing Commission's 1950's-60's policy to build residential high-rise apartments in Melbourne, Australia, noting how modernist architectural ideologies and technocratic urban renewal trends overrode community concerns of low-income

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