Micro-living, shared living and co-living are emerging phenomena in housing. Living as a service concepts are challenging the traditional housing patterns. What’s their value to the city?
Why buy when you can borrow? Tulu installs tool libraries in residential, office or hospitality buildings available for everyone's use.
A new generation of companies are taking co-living to the next level. Combining van living with plug-in communities, Kibbo is one of them.
London-based Pocket Living is making homeownership more affordable and accessible through their modular homes.
IKEA collaborated with Polish designers to imagine how we can integrate a more eco-friendly lifestyle into our future homes.
The Block in Helsinki, Finland offers multigenerational shared living with communal spaces for all hobbies and activities.
Kin is the co-living solution for urban families complete with community events, shared family-centric spaces and even child-minding services.
Noiascape, a design initiative in London by Teatum+Teatum, is providing a network of new urban co-living spaces that prioritise homeliness.
Berlin-based startup Robynhood challenges the crippling housing crisis by transforming empty factories and commercial buildings into affordable housing with the use of sleeping pods.
Vivahouse is a prefabricated housing system that allows flexible housing to be quickly made available in empty buildings within 24 hours.
Torafu Architects have transformed a five-storey building in Tokyo into an office and co-living space for the business travellers coming to the city each day.
Architecture firm LOHA designed a high-density housing solution that meets demand without compromising affordability or its community.
Design studio Superflux has created an installation of how future homes might look like considering the realities of climate change.