A View Of Social Housing in Countries Where ‘Social’ Is Not Repugnant

architectural sketch of social housing in Amsterdam
Woningbouw - Housing Spaarndammerplantsoen (6142993705) photo by Het Nieuwe Instituut is licensed under no known restrictions on using this file
Social housing in Amsterdam, circa 1917. At the time, they were billed as 'palaces for workers'.

These days, not everyone in the world except Americans (the odd progressive aside), believe that social housing deserves to go belly up in a hand basket, or be otherwise eradicated in some other hellish prescription of permanent doom.

For an extensive and intriguing view of how other countries in the world view social housing, both figuratively and philosophically, view and read more in arch daily: Comparing Social Housing in Countries Around the World