I'm a young architect from New Zealand, working out of Bruxelles.
A tool to facilitate co-housing initiatives.
Our built environment is primarily conditioned by a process of development which must generate profit for the developer. For better buildings, particularly in the residential sector, we need an on-line tool which could
- Bring potential home-owners/investors together with architects and designers interested in pursuing co-housing initiatives
- Identify choice sites an buildings ripe for investment.
- Present designs, or just feasibility studies, generated by young architecture firms looking for exposure.
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