Soviet housing: Culture and architecture
Kagler, Robert Scott
Master of Architecture
The creation of architecture is a process of solving problems. Architecture is complete if and only if it satisfies the competing human needs for liberty and security. Soviet Housing satisfies the need for security in architecture because it is considered as one part of a series of guarantees. By integrating a degree of choice into this existing set of basic guarantees, the need for liberty in architecture can be satisfied as well.
Architecture; Cultural anthropology