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9789516825567 - Lehtovouri, Olli: The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture.
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Lehtovouri, Olli (?):

The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture. (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789516825567 (?) tai 9516825567, Tuntematon kieli

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Helsinki, rakennustieto, Qu.-8°. 191 S. mit sehr zahlr. Abb. Gebundene Ausgabe. Einband gering berieben. - Texte finnisch / englisch. - About a third of the housing stock consists of rental properties, the remainder being owner occupied. Most housing is built by building companies or developers. Municipalities also commission housing. The City of Helsinki owns more than 50 000 rental properties and about 1000 new ones are built each year. At present about 25 000 new houses are built each year. Some 10 000 single-family houses, commissioned by the future owners, are built each year. From 1991-1995 the share of state-supported housing accounted for about 70 % of total new building. The share of improvement building has increased sharply during the 1990s. The deregulation of the money market in 1989-90 led to overheating in the construction industry. This culminated in a slump in the early 1990s and a sharp downturn in housing starts. The few that were built were almost totally dependent on state financing. The state has actively supported housing in a variety of ways since the 1960s. Housing policy in Finland is the responsibility of the Ministry of the Environment. Under it functions the Housing Fund of Finland, which in practice carries out the house building support policies. Local authorities manage their own housing policies independently, likewise the related land use and town planning aspects. The book is divided into six independent illustrated stories, each with a short introduction, but with the emphasis on examples. The first five carry the story chronologically from its origins to the present. The examples in the last chapter on leisure-homes are mainly from the postwar period. The aim of the book is to provide a general picture of living conditions and housing architecture in Finland. Due to the breadth of the subject it has been necessary to exclude certain aspects. Thus there is nothing on how people working in agriculture and forestry lived. Likewise, there was insufficient space to discuss the residences of military and church officials or early industrial dwellings, which served as examples for other residential building. Another notable deficiency is the housing policy pursued by the wood processing industry in the late 19th century. On the other hand the book touches on the improvements carried out in the 1990s to the high-rise residential areas dating from the Sixties and Seventies, and the conversion of industrial premises for housing which has produced such interesting results in Turku and Tampere. The examples focus on actual housing solutions. The book examines the development of homes and their amenities, as well as residential building typological solutions. The examples have not been limited to dwellings alone, but also residential milieus and buildings as a part of the environment. (S. 15-17) ISBN 9516825567 Architektur [Finnland, Häuser] 1999 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.
9516825567 - Lehtovouri, Olli: The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture.
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Lehtovouri, Olli (?):

The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture. (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9516825567 (?) tai 9789516825567, Tuntematon kieli, Helsinki: rakennustieto

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Qu.-8°. 191 S. mit sehr zahlr. Abb. Gebundene Ausgabe. Einband gering berieben. - Texte finnisch / englisch. - About a third of the housing stock consists of rental properties, the remainder being owner occupied. Most housing is built by building companies or developers. Municipalities also commission housing. The City of Helsinki owns more than 50 000 rental properties and about 1000 new ones are built each year. At present about 25 000 new houses are built each year. Some 10 000 single-family houses, commissioned by the future owners, are built each year. From 1991-1995 the share of state-supported housing accounted for about 70 % of total new building. The share of improvement building has increased sharply during the 1990s. The deregulation of the money market in 1989-90 led to overheating in the construction industry. This culminated in a slump in the early 1990s and a sharp downturn in housing starts. The few that were built were almost totally dependent on state financing. The state has actively supported housing in a variety of ways since the 1960s. Housing policy in Finland is the responsibility of the Ministry of the Environment. Under it functions the Housing Fund of Finland, which in practice carries out the house building support policies. Local authorities manage their own housing policies independently, likewise the related land use and town planning aspects. The book is divided into six independent illustrated stories, each with a short introduction, but with the emphasis on examples. The first five carry the story chronologically from its origins to the present. The examples in the last chapter on leisure-homes are mainly from the postwar period. The aim of the book is to provide a general picture of living conditions and housing architecture in Finland. Due to the breadth of the subject it has been necessary to exclude certain aspects. Thus there is nothing on how people working in agriculture and forestry lived. Likewise, there was insufficient space to discuss the residences of military and church officials or early industrial dwellings, which served as examples for other residential building. Another notable deficiency is the housing policy pursued by the wood processing industry in the late 19th century. On the other hand the book touches on the improvements carried out in the 1990s to the high-rise residential areas dating from the Sixties and Seventies, and the conversion of industrial premises for housing which has produced such interesting results in Turku and Tampere. The examples focus on actual housing solutions. The book examines the development of homes and their amenities, as well as residential building typological solutions. The examples have not been limited to dwellings alone, but also residential milieus and buildings as a part of the environment. (S. 15-17) ISBN 9516825567 Versand D: 5,50 EUR Finnland, Häuser
9789516825567 - Olli Lehtovuori: The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture. / Suomalaisen asuntoarkkitehtuurin tarina.
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Olli Lehtovuori (?):

The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture. / Suomalaisen asuntoarkkitehtuurin tarina. (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789516825567 (?) tai 9516825567, Band: 217, Tuntematon kieli, Helsinki (FIN): Rakennustieto Oy / Ymparistöministeriö (Ministry of Environment), 1999, 1. Aufl., 193 S./pp., Bildband, kovakantinen

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Helsinki (FIN): Rakennustieto Oy / Ymparistöministeriö (Ministry of Environment), 1999, 1. Aufl., 193 S./pp., Bildband, 21,7 x 30,5 cm, OPappband. / Hardcover. (9516825567). Buch OPappband. / Hardcover.. Text: ENGLISH / FINNISH (Sehr schönes Exemplar, vermutlich ungelesen / Very good clean copy)
9789516825567 - Lehtovuori, Olli: THE STORY OF FINNISH HOUSING ARCHITECTURE
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Lehtovuori, Olli (?):

THE STORY OF FINNISH HOUSING ARCHITECTURE (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789516825567 (?) tai 9516825567, Tuntematon kieli, Rakennustieto Oy, kovakantinen, Käyttää

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Alkaen myyjä/Antikvaarisia, Harbinger Books
Helsinki: Rakennustieto Oy, 1999. About fine. 191pp. Sources. Color photos & drawings thru-out. Spectacular! Bi-lingual. Scarce out-of-print. Size: Oblong 4to. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. ARCHITECTURE.
9789516825567 - Olli Lehtovuori: The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture: Suomalaisen asuntarkkitehtuurin tarina
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Olli Lehtovuori (?):

The Story of Finnish Housing Architecture: Suomalaisen asuntarkkitehtuurin tarina (2008) (?)

ISBN: 9789516825567 (?) tai 9516825567, Tuntematon kieli, Rakennustieto Publishing, kovakantinen

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Rakennustieto Publishing, 2008-04-01. Bilingual. Hardcover. Used:Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. 24*7 Customer Service.