In 2000, Mexican presidential candidate Vicente Fox proposed building two million low-cost homes throughout the country. During Fox’s six-year presidency, 2,350,000 were built, at a rate of 2,500 homes per day. Over the past seven years, artist Livia Corona has been examining the space between these promises and their fulfilment
Britain's housing crisis isn't a question of supply – it's far more serious than that, finds Douglas Murphy
Despite the excesses of his more recent work, the Israeli-Canadian architect retains something of his early idealism, says Lyra Kilston
Ole Scheeren and OMA have teamed up to design a luxury residential block in Singapore that borrows aesthetically from post-war housing’’’
Elisabeth Blanchet offers a poignant study of the emergency homes that became part of the suburban British landscape, says Owen Pritchard
Was the demolition of a St Louis housing project in 1972 the death of modernism? This heartfelt documentary won’t be drawn.
The dramatic facade of these apartments in the Portuguese village of Alcácer do Sal is a functional response to residents’ needs.
Apart from its proximity to Interstate 10, there is little unusual about this block of flats – an architectural monolith in an up-and-coming area of LA. That is, until you step inside.