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Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Introduction

Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Introduction ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Runa Johannessen Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Introduction Denmark rjoh@kglakademi.dk Runa Johannessen , Kirsten Marie Kirsten Marie Raahauge Royal Danish Academy – Raahauge and Martin Søberg Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark kmr@kglakademi.dk To describe something as spaces of welfare immediately raises Martin Søberg questions: What is welfare and what does it have to do with space? Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, First, the noun welfare has a least two meanings. It can signify the Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark state of a person’s or group’s physical and mental health and martin.soberg@ happiness, for instance in relation to safety and material goods. It kglakademi.dk also signifies the help given to people in need, for instance by the state or by organizations. There are various ways in which states might or might not provide such benefits. The Nordic countries Volume 10/Issue 1 (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) are for instance March 2022 pp 7–20 well-known for providing rather extensive services to their inhabitants DOI:10.1080/20507828. based on high levels of taxation, a model which political scientist 2022.2050644 Gøsta Esping-Andersen has described as “a social democratic No potential conflict of interest was reported http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Introduction

Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Introduction

Architecture and Culture , Volume 10 (1): 14 – Jan 2, 2022

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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Runa Johannessen Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Introduction Denmark rjoh@kglakademi.dk Runa Johannessen , Kirsten Marie Kirsten Marie Raahauge Royal Danish Academy – Raahauge and Martin Søberg Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark kmr@kglakademi.dk To describe something as spaces of welfare immediately raises Martin Søberg questions: What is welfare and what does it have to do with space? Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, First, the noun welfare has a least two meanings. It can signify the Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark state of a person’s or group’s physical and mental health and martin.soberg@ happiness, for instance in relation to safety and material goods. It kglakademi.dk also signifies the help given to people in need, for instance by the state or by organizations. There are various ways in which states might or might not provide such benefits. The Nordic countries Volume 10/Issue 1 (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) are for instance March 2022 pp 7–20 well-known for providing rather extensive services to their inhabitants DOI:10.1080/20507828. based on high levels of taxation, a model which political scientist 2022.2050644 Gøsta Esping-Andersen has described as “a social democratic No potential conflict of interest was reported

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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Runa Johannessen Spaces of Welfare: Editorial Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Introduction Denmark rjoh@kglakademi.dk Runa Johannessen , Kirsten Marie Kirsten Marie Raahauge Royal Danish Academy – Raahauge and Martin Søberg Architecture, Design, Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark kmr@kglakademi.dk To describe something as spaces of welfare immediately raises Martin Søberg questions: What is welfare and what does it have to do with space? Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, First, the noun welfare has a least two meanings. It can signify the Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark state of a person’s or group’s physical and mental health and martin.soberg@ happiness, for instance in relation to safety and material goods. It kglakademi.dk also signifies the help given to people in need, for instance by the state or by organizations. There are various ways in which states might or might not provide such benefits. The Nordic countries Volume 10/Issue 1 (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) are for instance March 2022 pp 7–20 well-known for providing rather extensive services to their inhabitants DOI:10.1080/20507828. based on high levels of taxation, a model which political scientist 2022.2050644 Gøsta Esping-Andersen has described as “a social democratic No potential conflict of interest was reported

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