Ana Vaz Milheiro
Ana Vaz Milheiro
COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). Funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union.
Cities and Territories
COST Action CA18137 – European Middle Class Mass Housing
COST - Action
The main challenge of this Cost Action is to create a transnational network that gathers European researchers carrying studies on Middle-Class Mass Housing (MCMH) built in Europe since the 1950s. This network will allow the development new scientific approaches by discussing, testing and assessing case studies and their different methodologies and perspectives. MCMH has been generally underestimated in urban and architectural studies and there is still a lack of comparative analysis and global perspectives. The number of transnational publications and scientific meetings has also been scarce. By crossing different approaches focus on Architecture, Urbanism, Planning, Public Policies, History, Sociology new concepts and methodologies will arise. Therefore, the Action aims to produce a wider understanding of MCMH sprawl, deepening on-going researches and focusing on the existing case studies. The current methodologies, surveys, catalogue and contextualization allow an initial mapping of relevant case studies, their diverse degrees of resilience and how they have been adapted to current (urban and social) conditions. It is intended to develop the knowledge of the interaction between spatial forms, behaviours and satisfaction and to combine methodologies of architectural and social analyses. The Action will be developed by three Working Groups, coordinated by a Core Group: Documenting the MCMH; Development of a specific set of (new) concepts for MCMH analyses; Leverage contemporary architecture interventions and Public Policies. In the Action will be involved researchers related to Mass Housing, MCMH Architecture and Urbanism, Planning and Public Policies, Sociological studies, Architecture History and Modern Heritage.
Outputs & resources
Ana Vaz Milheiro, Inês Lima Rodrigues, Mónica Pacheco, Alexandra Areia, Filipa Fiúza, João Cardim, Patrícia Canelas, Rogério Almeida, Sandra Marques Pereira
Adrian Rusu, Adrienne Csizmady, Agnieszka Jachowicz, Ahmed El-Amine Benbernou,Aleksandar Petrovski, Alessandra Como, Anica Dragutinovic, Anita Milakovic, Anna Yunitsyna, Anne Kockelkorn, Anneli Kährik, Artur Feio, Barbora Čakovská, Byron Ioannou, Carla Herrera, Carmen Enss, Claus Bech-Danielsen, Dalia Dijokiene, Dalia Dukanac, Dalit Shach-Pinsly, Despina Dimelli, Dina Stober, Edmond Manahasa, Elif Kutay Karacor, Els De Vos, Epp Lankots, Federico Zanfi, Filippo De Pieri, Gaia Caramellino, Georgi Georgiev, Geran Marko Miletic, Hamdi Tekin, Hassan Estaji, Ivana Brkanić Mihić, Ivana Domljan, Janice Fiorentino, Janusz Grycel, Jasmina Siljanoska, Jasna Mariotti, Johanna Holvandus, Juliana Martins, Kadri Leetmaa, Katarzyna Szczepanska-Woszczyna, Konstantina Kalfa, Kostas Tsiambaos, Lidwine Spoormans, Lora Nicolaou, Luisa Smeragliuolo Perrotta, Magdalena Zaleczna, Maren Harnack, Maria Leus, Marija Drėmaitė, Marija Milinkovic, Maruška Šubic Kovač, Matas Cirtautas, Melda Açmaz Özden, Melinda Benko, Merryan Majerowitz, Metka Sitar, Milica Milojevic, Monika Magdziak, Muge Akkar Ercan, Nataša Krivokapić, Nevena Novakovic, Nevena Vasiljevic, Nicole De Togni, Nieves Mestre, Olga Harea, Paul Wauters, Paz Nuñez Marti, Predrag Živković, Rade Šarović, Roberto Goycoolea Prado, Sandra Treija, Sanela Klarić, Simon Starček, Sonia Arbaci, Susanne Schindler, Tamás Egedy, Teresa Rovira, Uta Pottgiesser, Vanja Skalicky, Veneta Zlatinova-Pavlova, Vilte Janusauskaite, Vlatko Korobar, Yael Allweil, Yankel Fijalkow, Zlata Dolaček-Alduk
Middle Class, Mass Housing, Twentieth Century Architecture, European City