Co-housing for Students and Young-olds

Urte Laukaityte-Salce
Education degree
School of Design
Study programme
Spatial Design


Transformation project explores co-housing as an affordable living option for students and a rapidly growing demographic section of young-olds. The aim is not only to regain the right to dwell in the overpriced city centre, but also to tackle loneliness among the 


generations. Thresholds as the focus of the project narrative shape spaces for interaction and contribute to the sense of belonging. Morover it deals with equal approach to generations, providing the uniform living unit that could accomodate both.

In 2017-2019, KADK is working with the UN sustainable development goals
This is reflected in our research, teaching and the students’ projects. This project relates to the following UN goal(-s):
Reduced inequalities (10)
Sustainable cities and communities (11)
Life on land (15)

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