Migrant Marseille - Architectures of Social Segregation and Urban Inclusivity
Examining the complexity of Marseille through a series of case studies of its built environment, this book tells of an urban reality where migration is especially prevalent. Essays, photographs, and drawings illustrate the impact of migration on space, architecture, and territory. But it also offers strategies for development that can support social and spatial integration.
- Marc Angélil,Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, Julian Schubert, Elena Schütz, , Leonard Streich (eds.)
- Ruby Press
- Language English
- Format22.5 x 13 cm