|urban cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Grace Kim (graceschemataworkshop.com)|
|Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 16:01:53 -0800 (PST)|
Sarah - While it's true that the communities listed are in one building, none of them is truly "urban" as what you might be invisioning in NYC -with the exception of Bo90 in Copenhagen (I also have lots of photos if you need more images than what you find on the internet). I think the one mentioned in Sweden is in a mid-rise building but I recall the setting being more suburban (apologies if my memory serves me wrong). I've also been in the search of urban models here in North America (there is a high rise in spain that was discussed in a previous string)- the closest ones I can point you to would be Quayside Village in Lonsdale, BC (North Vancouver) and Swans Market in Oakland, CA. But again, probably not as dense/urban as you might be envisioning. grace h. kim, aia principal schemata workshop an architectural collaborative 159 western ave west, #483 seattle, wa 98119 v.206.285.1589 f.206.285.2701 www.schemataworkshop.com <http://www.schemataworkshop.com>
- Re: urban cohousing, (continued)
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