Vertical social segregation in Athenian apartment buildings
Athens grew very dynamically in the first three post-war decades, during which its population more than doubled (from 1,500,000 in 1951 to 3,500,000 in 1981).
The city’s increasing population was housed in two main ways: a) individual privately-owned housing in the city’s outskirts, characterised by poor construction standards and b) housing in modern apartments built through the flats-for-land (antiparochi) system that mainly covered the needs of the middle and working-class social strata.
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