Architecture

Anti-Homeless Architecture

Anti-Homeless architecture, a form of hostile architecture, is becoming more common as cities continue to develop. This particular type of architecture is implemented into the planning of cities, and is specifically intended to deter those experiencing homelessness from finding somewhere to sleep. Once pointed out, you start seeing examples of this type of architecture almost everywhere. Here are a few examples:

Altering Architecture, Positive Policies

Changes are continuously occurring in communities across the nation. Whether they are national policies or architectural changes to local buildings, changes often add to the hardships of homeless individuals. Yet more recently, there is a trend leading the other way, and favorable policies are heading in a better direction for the unhoused community.

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