the mechanisms of private access
This exhibition is devoted to the study of home ownership in the private sector, and therefore does not concern social housing or single-family homes, which are already broadly studied. It tries to answer these two questions:
- Where does our money go when we buy our home?
- How to acquire larger and cheaper housing ?
Buying your home is the legitimate wish of most of us urbanites. Paying rent, often very expensive, becomes inconsistent for the future when you decide to settle permanently in a city. But then again, real estate prices have skyrocketed over the past decade and it is now almost impossible to buy a home close to a centrality.
New apartments offered in new urban operations are small and very expensive. Despite all the state support intended for first-time buyers, this housing is still difficult to access.
from historical observation
What is going on ? Why is housing so expensive and so small in France, while in other European countries it remains affordable and large? Where does our money go when we buy a home and how can we buy bigger and cheaper? These are the questions that this exhibition, programmed by the ANMA-F foundation, tries to answer to.
We drew up a concise inventory based on history and the current real estate market, then identified possible savings by modifying the various parameters of the price of housing. Alternative solutions then appear, bringing new perspectives, a kind of “anti-crisis”. The adventure of the German city of Tübingen seemed exemplary to us to illustrate this dynamic.
In addition to the exhibition, we offer a playful translation of what is going on when buying a home, inviting people to create new rules of that game.
Fondation d’Entreprise ANMA
Atelier MAE : Nicolas Michelin, Suzie Delhay
Agence A-Typic : Ingrid Avot
FILMS Images de Ville
BOOKSTORECarriole à Livre M²
DOCUMENTARY RESEARCHAtelier MAE
IMAGE COPYRIGHT ANMA/F
Ville de Tübingen