filling gaps

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“It’s all about filling the gaps on rooftops, underneath bridges, empty walls — all those spaces that aren’t used,” says Malka.

quote from Stéphane Malka in Parasite properties invade Paris’ 19th century cityscape

http://edition.cnn.com/style/article/stephane-malka-paris-architecture/index.html

“It’s all about filling the gaps on rooftops, underneath bridges, empty walls — all those spaces that aren’t used,” says Malka.
Perhaps most importantly, the box flats are expected to sell for 40% below market rate for property in their location.
“For me, it’s a very social thing,” says Malka. “As soon as I saw the opportunity to build upwards, I took it.”
in 2018 – linking to same article from 2017 – (Why are designers creating parasite architecture?)
Stéphane Malka (@studiomalka) tweeted at 6:57 AM on Wed, Oct 10, 2018:
Thanks @cnn for the great article !
https://t.co/wGeIXJQXWY
(https://twitter.com/studiomalka/status/1050007355511975937?s=03)
filling gaps between these structures with glass, steel and wooden structures that serve as affordable inner-city housing.
links to the 2016 article again
cities for housing
half a house 
unauthorized home less ness..et al
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