All Together Now

The co-working and co-living revolution
RIBA Publishing
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  • erschienen am 30. April 2021
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  • 224 Seiten
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978-1-000-37531-2 (ISBN)

Collaborative spaces have been hailed as either the solution to the 21st century's culture of overwork and broken housing market, or as an unworkable and impractical aspiration. Designing for such spaces has its particular challenges and considerations, especially in how to deliver attractive, healthy and efficient collaborative places. A practical and inspirational design guide, this book draws on the author's own experience, as well as the work of others, offering workable and practical solutions, and showcases a huge variety of different kinds of collaborative spaces across the globe. Including detailed and illustrated case studies across the co-living, co-working typologies - both new build and conversion, at different scales and in different settings - it concludes with a best practice toolkit, giving practical advice and lessons for all designers working at any scale. Case studies include: *The Project, Hoxton, London *Outpost, Bali *Venn, Tel Aviv

1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Milton
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
  • 40,09 MB
978-1-000-37531-2 (9781000375312)
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Naomi Cleaver is an interior designer and design consultant, as well as frequent writer and broadcaster, specialising in communal living and working. She has written widely on design and architecture, with columns for the Daily Telegraph and the Times, and is also a frequent conference speaker and awards judge.

Amy Frearson is a writer, editor and speaker specialising in architecture and design. She is editor-at-large for Dezeen and contributes to magazines including Elle Decoration, Grand Designs and Icon. She holds a Masters in architectural history from The Bartlett and a degree in architecture from Kingston University.

Introduction: A shift towards sharing

1. Our new shared habitats

*Coliving and coworking: a lexicon

*Benefits and barriers

*Forms of sharing

*Impact of social distancing

2. Student housing reinvented

*The emergence of PBSA

*Defining factors

*The new frontier of student living

Case studies

*Chapter King's Cross


*The Student Hotel Florence Lavagnini

*The Project at Hoxton


3. Coliving in the mainstream

*Living as a service

*More than millennials

Case studies

*The Collective Canary Wharf

*The Italian Building

*Vivahouse Soho

*Cumberland Place

*K9 Coliving

*LifeX Classen


4. Generations come together

*Shared living for families

*Multigenerational homes

*Developing new models

Case studies

*3 Generation House

*Caring Wood

*Angel Gardens

*Lange Eng

*New Ground Cohousing

*Humanitas Deventer


5. Coworking lifestyles

*A global movement

*Curated communities

Case studies

*NeueHouse Hollywood

*Fosbury & Sons Harmony

*Big and Tiny Silver Lake

*The Wing Soho

*The Department Store

6. The work-life merge

*Working from home

*Becoming digital nomads

Case studies

*Garden House

*Zoku Amsterdam

*Mokrin House

*Outpost Ubud Penestanan

7. Design toolkit

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