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About how can buildings be designed today to ensure they can resilient to the change will face tomorrow.
For me, the response relates to multiple aspects of living such as urbanisation and demography, energy efficiency, health and wellbeing and affordability. Also as the image of an intergenerational living, between, active adults their children and parents/grandparent.
Today building design should include a certain independence for the intergenerational living. Modulate space for work to transform into a semi to a private residence. Permitting to be used according to needs.
The design allowing a sense of togetherness, wellbeing and positive aspects relate previously.
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