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.
Study of generic floor plans by sharing a specific room between two or more apartments - kitchen and study - living room - bathroom and kitchen - living room and kitchen with external study -
The ground floor opens up to the street and provides space for shops, ateliers, or community spaces such as public baths
The upper floors are used for living and working in several different combinations
Cluster apartment with shared kitchen, living room, and yard - residential ateliers with shared bathrooms - cluster apartment with shared gallery