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Co-Living, Custom-Order Homes, and Creative Economies: Is This the Future of High-Density Housing?

5 monthes ago   |   By Arch Daily

Architecture students use space-age materials and radical designs to imagine tomorrow's urban housing centers. Image Courtesy of Design Research Laboratory
This article was originally published on Autodesk's Redshift publication as " Customizable Communities Could Be the Key to the Future of Urban Housing ." London has a fascinating history of urbanization that stretches back to Roman settlement in 43 AD. During the Industrial Revolution and Victorian Era, the city's population peaked, as did its problems related to population density. The air was filled with soot and smoke, crowded slums...
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