The ghetto debate has been on going for many years, but recent years the topic has
undergone a notable and substantial development amongst politicians. In line with this
development a governmental system known as “Ghetto list” is brought to life, The Ghetto list
is a list over council homes across Denmark. The list aims to respond to the social inclusion
challenges there is in the danish society.
To help those council homes whom is on the list, the government decided to renovate little
by little these areas. The wish is to make these areas safe, welcoming and an attractive
place to live, and with all hope bring citizens with a higher social status to these areas.
This project will focus on the architecture within Taastrupgaard, now that this council estate
is on the ghetto list. Furthermore will we investigate if architecture can help the council
estate off this infamous list? Seen in the light of theory and empirical interviews with
professionals, this project will attempt to explain and analyse the development
Taastrupgaard has undergone the past 40 years and the future plans.
Can architecture help these council estates off the list?
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||19 dec. 2016|