Papers presented at the Housing & Welfare Conference, Copenhagen, 7-9 May 2015
The recent growth of many cities calls for a rethinking of urban and suburban development. How are suburbs and former industrial areas transformed to provide room for new citizens and functions? How do housing and urban space shape communities and everyday life? How can architecture and urban planning deal with current challenges like segregation, climate changes and ageing societies? These are some of the issues that were discussed at the Housing and Welfare Conference held in May 2015 in Copenhagen. The academic papers presented at the conference are published in these proceedings.