Text for CAMP
In the text for the CAMP zine, we share an insight into the Viennese housing project Gleis 21. The accompanying photo essay is an output of the Bauhaus in Residence, in which the residents themselves recorded life in and around Gleis 21 using disposable analog cameras
Bauhaus in Residence
In April 2023, Reclaim Prague will live and work for one month in the Viennese co-housing project GLEIS21 as part of the bauhaus in residence program.
Reclaim Žižkov at the New European Bauhaus Awards
Reclaim Žižkov was awarded second place in the category Regaining a sense of belonging at the New European Bauhaus Awards Rising Stars 2022! The category for concepts by authors under 30 recognizes "inspiring examples of beautiful, sustainable and inclusive projects that contribute to creating a sense of belonging."
Interview for CAMP
In an interview for CAMP (the Center for Architecture and Municipal Planing) we discussed the circumstances of the Reclaim Žižkov project, future plans and the role of affordable collective living in the context of the housing crisis.
Reclaim Prague - A Collective Living Network
Reclaim Prague started as a thesis project at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Liechtenstein with the question "In the context of Prague's housing crisis, how can the architecture of collective living take its part in creating a desirable, affordable and robust city?" While the theoretical part investigates the topic of collective living, the design part focuses on the transformation of the Žižkov City Hall block into a local micro-centre.
Housing for Millenials
Housing for Millennials was a semester project at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Liechtenstein asking the question "How will the upcoming generation change our housing culture?" Despite the specific plot assignment, the project is a universal study of housing typologies embracing the sharing economy as a tool for a more sustainable city.