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a+t 49. COMPLEX BUILDINGS

dwelling mixers

Uitgever:a+t

ISBN: 978-84-697-7251-5

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Spaans
  • 120 pagina's
  • 16 jan. 2018

This second issue in the ‘Complex Buildings’ series of a+t.

The new average family is merely a basic outline of the different possibilities that have appeared in recent years. Given the wide variety of living situations today, the dwelling aims to satisfy needs regarding use, lease, cohabitation, and temporality. By way of this inquiry into the collective now, we become increasingly distanced from the average dwelling and propose new ways of living together – an option which embraces complexity.

This issue of a+t magazine draws a timeline in the collective housing of the 21st century in which three generations of project types coexist, reflecting varying degrees of complexity: a diversity of types, the best of two worlds, and reducing individual space.

FIRST GENERATION: Diversity of Types

Family Constellations. LIN Architects Urbanists, 144 Apartments and 1 Kindergarten. Paris (France)
Empathy with the Context. COBE and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, Krøyers Plads. Copenhagen (Denmark)
All Ages Living Together. Innocad, C34. Graz (Austria)
Urban Amplifier. Olivier Namias, Less. Vincent Parreira Atelier Architecture. Paris (France)
Dwell and Destination. COBE, The Silo. Copenhagen (Denmark)

SECOND GENERATION: The Best of Both Worlds

Common Aspirations. Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley, Brentford Lock West. London (United Kingdom)
Arranging Typologies. Hessamfar & Vérons, 93 Multi-family Housing Units. Ginko, Bordeaux (France)

THIRD GENERATION: Reducing Individual Space

Spatial Quality beyond the Size. Edelaar Mosayebi Inderbitzin Architekten, Min Max Mixed-Use Residential and Commercial Building. Opfikon (Switzerland)
Possibilities for Community Life. DRDH architects, DVVT architecten, Orleanshof Complex. Aarschot (Belgium)
The Integration of Emergency. Studio Muoto, 34 Dwellings, Nursery and Emergency Shelter. Paris (France)
Empowerment and Social Cohesion. Farshid Moussavi Architecture, La Défense-Nanterre Residential Complex. Paris (France)
A New Urbanity. Peripheriques Architectes, Social Residence and Restaurant. Paris (France)
Coliving. Bogevischs Buero Architekten & Stadtplaner/ Schindler Hable Architekten, Cooperative Housing Complex WagnisART. Munich (Germany)

This second issue in the ‘Complex Buildings’ series of a+t.

The new average family is merely a basic outline of the different possibilities that have appeared in recent years. Given the wide variety of living situations today, the dwelling aims to satisfy needs regarding use, lease, cohabitation, and temporality. By way of this inquiry into the collective now, we become increasingly distanced from the average dwelling and propose new ways of living together – an option which embraces complexity.

This issue of a+t magazine draws a timeline in the collective housing of the 21st century in which three generations of project types coexist, reflecting varying degrees of complexity: a diversity of types, the best of two worlds, and reducing individual space.

FIRST GENERATION: Diversity of Types

Family Constellations. LIN Architects Urbanists, 144 Apartments and 1 Kindergarten. Paris (France)
Empathy with the Context. COBE and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, Krøyers Plads. Copenhagen (Denmark)
All Ages Living Together. Innocad, C34. Graz (Austria)
Urban Amplifier. Olivier Namias, Less. Vincent Parreira Atelier Architecture. Paris (France)
Dwell and Destination. COBE, The Silo. Copenhagen (Denmark)

SECOND GENERATION: The Best of Both Worlds

Common Aspirations. Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley, Brentford Lock West. London (United Kingdom)
Arranging Typologies. Hessamfar & Vérons, 93 Multi-family Housing Units. Ginko, Bordeaux (France)

THIRD GENERATION: Reducing Individual Space

Spatial Quality beyond the Size. Edelaar Mosayebi Inderbitzin Architekten, Min Max Mixed-Use Residential and Commercial Building. Opfikon (Switzerland)
Possibilities for Community Life. DRDH architects, DVVT architecten, Orleanshof Complex. Aarschot (Belgium)
The Integration of Emergency. Studio Muoto, 34 Dwellings, Nursery and Emergency Shelter. Paris (France)
Empowerment and Social Cohesion. Farshid Moussavi Architecture, La Défense-Nanterre Residential Complex. Paris (France)
A New Urbanity. Peripheriques Architectes, Social Residence and Restaurant. Paris (France)
Coliving. Bogevischs Buero Architekten & Stadtplaner/ Schindler Hable Architekten, Cooperative Housing Complex WagnisART. Munich (Germany)

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