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Could Europe's Empty Parking Garages Become Housing?

Despite central locations in cities, many parking garages see less use as increasing emphasis is placed on alternatives to cars. As Europe struggles to house millions of refugees, architect Alfredo Brillembourg sees potential in the many near-empty European parking structures.

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In Belgium, a Proposal to Put Housing in Big-Box Parking Lots

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