The French revolution that could transform public housing in Waterloo

The architects also want to spread their philosophy of generosity and kindness in architecture.

That’s typified by adding “free space” at no extra cost that residents can use for a hobby, to grow plants, collect special items or entertain.

The Waterloo housing estate could be part of a French revolution of housing.Credit: Louise Kennerley

In one video, an elderly resident is shown saying how much she loves to “promenade”, or walk up and down her little balcony and through her…

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