As Seattle deals with an exploding population of people experiencing homelessness, we look to other cities for solutions. In this case: Vienna, Austria. They seem to have figured out how to prevent homelessness, and their solution goes all the way back to the 1920's
To explain how Vienna solved the seemingly unsolvable issue of homelessness, we turn to William Menking.
William is an architectural historian, writer, critic, and curator of architecture and urbanism. He is professor of architecture, urbanism, and city planning at Pratt Institute and has lectured and taught at schools in the United States and Europe.