Decoding Bangkok’s Pocket-Urbanization: Social Housing Issues + Community Architects | green streets | Scoop.it

This is modern cosmopolitan Bangkok, the second most expensive South-eastern Asian city after Singapore.

Along with explosive city growth, the demand for urban housing has increased substantially. Due to a lack of sufficient and affordable housing, communities have settled into the cracks, eliciting a diagnosed social and institutional ‘pocket-urbanism’ that forms barriers of interaction among communities, and certainly between communities and authority figures...