S.L. Dos Santos Vieira Brysch

S.L. Dos Santos Vieira Brysch

Research profile

Publications

Czischke, D. & Brysch, S. (2017). Collaborative Housing and Affordability: Understanding the interplay between collective self-organisation, design and affordability. Paper presented at the ENHR (European Network for Housing Research) Conference 2017, Tirana, Albania

 

Brysch, S. (2016). Existenzminimum reloaded: strategies to achieve Affordability in contemporary urban housing. Paper presented at the ENHR Meeting working group Comparative Housing Policy: New approaches to affordable housing, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands

 

Brysch, S. (2011). Existenzminimum: the issue of minimum housing between the Modern and the Contemporary, translated from the portuguese "Existenzminimum: A questão da habitação mínima entre o Moderno e Contemporâneo", Master Thesis, supervised by Prof Dr Nuno Grande, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto (FAUP), Porto, Portugal

Biography

Sara Brysch is an architect who holds a master’s degree in Architecture from Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto, Portugal. Her professional background includes working in Porto, Berlin and Mexico City, where she mainly focused on architectural design, management and construction supervision. Her research interests include affordable minimum housing solutions, "Existenzminimum" design approaches, collaborative processes in housing, participatory design, and sustainable building methods.


Sara works as research assistant supporting Dr Darinka Czischke’s research on collaborative housing. In addition, Sara is doing her PhD on the design aspects related to Existenzminimum and the design processes in collaborative housing, under the supervision of Prof Vincent Gruis (promotor) and Dr Darinka Czischke (co-promotor/daily supervisor).


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