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In the center of Caracas, Venezuela, stands the 45-story “Tower of David,” an unfinished, abandoned skyscraper. But about eight years ago, people started moving in. Photographer Iwan Baan shows how people build homes in unlikely places, touring us through the family apartments of Torre David, a city on the water in Nigeria, and an underground village in China. Glorious images celebrate humanity’s ability to survive and make a home — anywhere.

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  1. I feel Iwan Baan is romanticising poverty, and it's actually quite provoking how he's idealizing these people's lives as some sort of "admiration of humanity". He's wrong. I've lived in countries with high poverty. I've talked to people like those we see in this video. The reason why they may mind happiness and positive energy during those difficult circumstances is because humans are survivors. But rest assured, if they had the chance they'd move in a heartbeat to those newly constructed highrises and houses we see at the end of the video. Ironically, Iwan Baan has a negative view of those newly constructed houses which is even more mindboggling. What's his problem with these people getting a better quality of life?

  2. As Latin America i know the poverty from very close. There is no such thing as "the joy of living in slums" !!! The fact that some pretentious idiots with priviledge lives want to glorify misery. Doesn't help a all. All you are gonna see if you visit this places is Illness, violence and the strong will of surviving and specially the hope of making their way out of there someday.

  3. I am from Scotland from a reasonably privileged background, worked in many countries from Libya to Eastern Europe, I now live in Eastern Europe working in Cabinda, Angola. I haven't experienced all you have but understand completely what you are saying. Thank you for a great speech.

  4. This Ted talk is my favorite now ! wow I have faith in humans and their creative abilities despite their situations ! 
    they inspired me !

  5. The conclusion to this session exemplifies the ingenuity of humans. Ignorance is abundant but creativity and innovation thrives. I enjoyed this very much. The bit about digging homes due to lack of materials is engineering at its finest. I wonder how they deal with heavy rains?

  6. I agree with you Nelson Garcia. The tower of David has become a circus show for people outside Venezuela who do not have the slightest idea how big a problem it is for the city and the people who live on these structures designed for other purposes.

  7. what?? is just people homeless that vandalize buildings..maybe is new to you..but is nothing new..come  in Romania and see the Gypsies..they are doing EXACTLY the same NOT just SAD our world will be if no Architects..exist.

  8. It wasn't a mocking laugh, it was basic laughter at the idea of covering the brick wall with brick print wallpaper.. people would laugh no matter if they were poor or rich. An idea like that has comedic value, I'm sure you've seen movies that displays such humor..

  9. The fact that the audience found humorous that the people's choice of "design" was covering 'brick with brick wallpaper' left me outraged. How could you laugh and not find empathise with another human being that just wants a better place to live….and to make that place a home with love and care.

  10. Now you have all these architects praising torre de David as an example of IDK what (originality?)… I dare you to go live there or in any other slum in Caracas and tell me if that is a real model of architecture or just recipe for chaos… its easy to praise something you do not really understand specially when u come from a first world country, this soooo celebrated slum model doesnt solve any of the problems of the people it creates more and more problems

  11. really, the conditions these people are living in aren't that bad, it's what they're used to, can we just celebrate the creativity and ingenuousness of these people? they aren't some mission trip community,

  12. People will be homeless in cities of America rather than go to the country and get off the grid. Id love to get out of the city and build my own small house, I do not want a mc mansion nore do I want the taxes to go with it.

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