Affordable Rural Co-Housing Concepts : Rural co-housing concept

An interesting and sustainable rural co-living concept has been awarded the 2022 Davidson Prize, which apart from prestige also includes £10,000. The proposal was imagined by Charles Holland Architects, in collaboration with artist Verity-Jane Keefe and Joseph Zeal-Henry, the founder of Sound Advice (an architecture discussion platform).

The award-winning rural co-living concept, officially called Co-Living in the Countryside, responded to a prompt with the theme Co-Living – A New Future? The collaborators have designed this complex as affordable and commendable. At its core, the concept of rural cohabitation incorporates wood-frame housing blocks and strategic “living arrangements” that are flexible and adaptable to community needs. Additionally, Charles Holland Architects, Keefe and Zeal-Henry have toyed with the idea of ​​shared facilities, from kitchens and workshops to child care spaces.

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