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Members of the Twin Lens Reflex Club visited the Beach Motel (then still squatted) and the Caza Mendoza before demolition.

The Beach Motel - Lakeshore Blvd., Toronto

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Members of the Twin Lens Reflex Club visited the Beach Motel (then still squatted) and the Caza Mendoza before demolition.

The Beach Motel - Lakeshore Blvd., Toronto

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tonightwedrinktomorrowweride:

A younger guy at work asked me about how different gears work . I found this and he’s all stoked and printed it out . If it’s good for him it’s good for any of you wanting to know the different types . lol . 

tonightwedrinktomorrowweride:

A younger guy at work asked me about how different gears work . I found this and he’s all stoked and printed it out . If it’s good for him it’s good for any of you wanting to know the different types . lol . 

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Image: Aerial view of the Carrieres Centrales, Casablanca, c. 1953, showing Cité Verticale (centre foreground), surrounded by estates of courtyard houses and (left) the bidonville

Monstrous isolated housing project were built in the colonial laboratory of Algeria and Morroco by French architects and planners. After having been tested in North Africa, massive HLMs were then brought back to house inhabitants originally from the colonies living in the banlieues of Paris.
The social housing projects in Maghreb and France ignored the push for decolonization on the part of the colonized and broke down the traditional communal living of the bidonville. This housing project resulted in the French garnering better control its emerging urbanized workforce and perpetuated the racist mission civilisatrice by creating a segregated “hygienic zone” for colonial subjects.

Image: Aerial view of the Carrieres Centrales, Casablanca, c. 1953, showing Cité Verticale (centre foreground), surrounded by estates of courtyard houses and (left) the bidonville

Monstrous isolated housing project were built in the colonial laboratory of Algeria and Morroco by French architects and planners. After having been tested in North Africa, massive HLMs were then brought back to house inhabitants originally from the colonies living in the banlieues of Paris.

The social housing projects in Maghreb and France ignored the push for decolonization on the part of the colonized and broke down the traditional communal living of the bidonville. This housing project resulted in the French garnering better control its emerging urbanized workforce and perpetuated the racist mission civilisatrice by creating a segregated “hygienic zone” for colonial subjects.

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