Month: July 2018

The place of Wellness in sustainable and affordable housing, Part 2

There is a large and fragmented body of works on the theory and practice of housing design and its relationship with wellness in different fields of study, from sustainability and affordability to interior design and practices of FengShui[1]. My research also coincided with the recent ‘2018 Australian Housing awards’, in which the award themes were …

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Contemporary formats of “work” culture and the appearance of new forms of (co/shared)working spaces

The appearance of new forms of employment has introduced an alternative wave of individualized urban professionals, such as casual-based, project-based, entrepreneurship, and freelance workforce. This generation of independent professional encourages a more flexible and nomadic worklife from remote and/or mobile locations. Since 1997 home-based work is growing rapidly, for instance in the UK, one in …

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