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Le Housing Associations a Glasgow : un modello di gestione di base

Romice, Ombretta and Joiner, Rob (1999) Le Housing Associations a Glasgow : un modello di gestione di base. Edilizia Popolare : Rivista di Architettura e Urbanistica, 249 (1). pp. 4-17. ISSN 0422-5619

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The history of population of Glasgow has always been characterized by cycles of expansion and contraction of its architectural heritage, by waves of wealth and poverty continue. Each of these has brought with it changes in the characteristics of the profile urban profile of the city.