“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
“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://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
unauthorized home less ness..et al