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Aernouts Nele

Bio

Nele Aernouts is an architect, urban designer and researcher. Since 2013 she has been conducting research on collective dwelling forms that address the housing needs of underprivileged groups. By focusing on the Brussels-Capital Region, her main interest is to uncover the complex interplay between planning processes and spatial configurations of social housing estates and the co-habitation of its residents.

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nele.aernouts@vub.ac.be

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Université(s)

VUB

Publications

« The establishment of a new community-led housing initiative in Brussels, Belgium. » Aernouts, Nele; Ryckewaert, Michael. Housing and cities in a time of change: are we focusing on people? European Network for Housing Research, Lisboa, June 29 – July 1.. Lisboa, 2015.
« Reconceptualizing the “Publicness” of Public Housing : The Case of Brussels. » Aernouts, Nele; Ryckewaert, Michael, Social Inclusion, Vol. 3, No. 2, 09.04.2015, p. 17-30.
« Wonen aan de onderkant… een toonbeeld voor de bovenkant? Het collectieve huisvestingsproject Vandenpeerdeboom van Community Land Trust Brussel. » Aernouts, Nele; Ryckewaert, Michael in « Woonnood in Vlaanderen : Feiten, mythen, voorstellen. » ed. / Pascal De Decker; Bruno Meeus; Isabelle Pannecoucke; Elise Schillebeeckx; Jana Verstraete; Emma Volckaert. Antwerpen : Garant, 2015. p. 371-384.