National Building Museum: How can housing meet evolving demographics?
Glad to see this kind of exhibit and hope it opens other opportunities for innovation:
National Building Museum exhibit showcases housing innovation
EXCERPT: The Open House features a hyper-efficient layout, movable walls, and multifunctional furniture, allowing the space to meet the needs of a variety of today’s growing but underserved households.
Does anyone know what role the local organization, Citizen Housing & Planning Association (CHAPA) played?
Who's on CHAPA's #CoHousing / #CoLiving task force, and staff person to contact for their plans locally in 2018?
Despite the exhibit name, Town Square, seems to be an emphasis on tiny, flexible furniture / floorplan, not community. Does the exhibit itself address the broader context?
Similarly, how do these units fit into conversations of zoning reform and visions of what Prof. Barry BlueStone calls #21stCenturyVillages?
Glad to see #MillennialVillages have expanded to address the need for intergenerational and exciting to solutions that can adapt to meet that need: