Housing Metanoia: Accommodating the Modern Family’s Changing Spatial Needs Through Flexible Design
Untereker, John Bradford
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The goal of this investigation is to understand how architecture can respond to the existing housing stock to accommodate a more family/ community-centered living opportunity through flexible spaces. The design will allow residents to incrementally expand or contract their living spaces through a modular approach thus: bring families back into urban neighborhoods through thoughtful multi-generational housing design, create a community of diverse ages, encourage a sustainable lifestyle, and address affordability in desirable urban neighborhoods.
- Architecture