The Dream – Play – Challenge Project. Facing Up to the Crisis in Residential Living

Riviere, Sarah ORCID logoORCID: (2023) The Dream – Play – Challenge Project. Facing Up to the Crisis in Residential Living. Jovis, Berlin. ISBN 978-3-98612-078-8

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Abstract / Summary

Residential architecture is in crisis. In the twenty-first century we face population growth, migration and displacement, shifting intergenerational consensus, changing concepts of domesticity, and the disintegration of traditional gender roles. The architecture of the spaces in which we dwell plays an essential role in the face of such challenges.

The Dream – Play – Challenge Project sets up a different form of creative exchange. It addresses how we could live in the future, extending the inclusive approaches of intersectional feminism to move beyond traditional academic discourse. This publication shows how forty international researchers came together to dream into future ways of residing, playfully co-creating more vibrant and just spaces of exchange.

Item Type: Book
ISBN: 978-3-98612-078-8
Subjects: Arts > Architecture
Geography & Environment > International
Courses by Department: School of Architecture, Design & Interiors > Architecture
Depositing User: Sarah Riviere
Date Deposited: 27 Nov 2023 14:15
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2023 14:15


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