Living Form: Architecture and Society in Israel

A collection of articles that deal with the prevalent  forms of living in Israel.

It offers an architectural, aesthetic and cultural analysis of housing typologies, in both public and private sectors.

The collection of articles examines the common living typologies  – within Israel’s borders of the ‘Green Attrition Line’ – from a point of view that combines architecture and society: the ethnic, national and class identity of the living forms and their inhabitants, the ways in which architecture for housing expresses ideology and social concepts, and more.