This photograph shows apartment buildings and urban gardens in Skärholmmen, a suburb in southern Stockholm. The apartments were mostly built in the late 1960s and early 1970s as part of the Million Program, a program that attempted to create one million new dwellings in a decade. While it reached it’s goal of providing quality homes, it has been argued that the price has been paid in aesthetics.
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Housing development -- Sweeden -- Stockholm; Cities and Towns -- Sweeden -- Stockholm; Dwellings;
Smolski, Chet, "Stolkholm: Skärholmmen Apartments and Gardens" (2012). Browse All. 885.
dwellings; Million Project; urban garden;