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New forms of collective housing in Europe

by Arc en rêve

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Living individually while feeling comfortable within the framework of a collective building: this lifestyle trend is becoming increasingly evident. This inventory of new forms of collective housing in Europe documents forty-five built projects that can serve as models. Selected by leading international architectural critics, all of the buildingsby young, little-known architects as well as by such renowned names as Foreign Office, Manuelle Gautrand, MVRDV, and Miller & Marantaare presented in texts and images and analyzed according to the same typological criteria. This has resulted in a fascinating picture of a wide variety of solutions that differ according to country and sociopolitical and cultural context. With contributions from Nick Barley, Bruce Bégout, Stefano Boeri, Albert Ferré, Francine Fort, Caroline Goossens, Andrej Hrausky, Hans Ibelings, Anna Agata Kantarek, Bart Lootsma, Michel Lussault, Rafaël Magrou, Ilka & Andreas Ruby, Marcus Steinweg, Maria Topolcanska, Katrien Vandermarliere, Jean-Didier Vincent, and Chris Younès. Individuell wohnen und sich dabei wohlfühlen im Rahmen eines kollektiven Gebäudes: zunehmend ist dieser Lifestyle-Trend auszumachen. Diese Bestandsaufnahme neuer Formen kollektiven Wohnens in Europa dokumentiert 45 gebaute Projekte mit Modellcharakter. Ausgewählt von führenden internationalen Architekturkritikern, werden alle Bauten von jungen, kaum bekannten Architekten bis zu renommierten Namen wie etwa Foreign Office, Manuelle Gautrand, MVRDV, Miller & Maranta nach denselben typologischen Kriterien in Text und Bild dargestellt und analysiert. Es resultiert ein faszinierendes Bild unterschiedlichster Lösungen, je nach Land und dem politisch-sozialen und kulturellen Kontext. Mit Beiträgen von: Nick Barley, Bruce Bégout, Stefano Boeri, Albert Ferré, Francine Fort, Caroline Goossens, Andrej Hrausky, Hans Ibelings, Anna Agata Kantarek, Bart Lootsma, Mi

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