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Micro Home / Co-Living Space (Concept)

Micro Home
Micro Home

This Co-Living concept aims to address problems which derive from rapid urbanisation, a change of modern lifestyle as well as a new definition of luxury. Especially 'Generation Y' and the so called 'Millennials' are looking for flexible and affordable accommodation in the city. In addition they appreciate living as part of a community for social interaction and networking. Micro Home offers a communal space for cooking, working, sharing ideas as well as a private area with modular furniture systems for maximum flexibility and individualisation.

University

Kingston University London

Kingston University London
Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom

Martina Pirklbauer,
Kingston University London