An example of post-war architecture, ‘307’, a complex by Wonen Zuid in Roermond, consists of several three-high flats that interlock (meander) as it were, generating special semi-public space. The flats themselves are diverse: there are smaller flats as well as multi-room flats. This should ensure a diverse group of tenants and households. Despite these favourable conditions, life in the 307 is not as bright as it might seem. How can liveability be improved here?
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