Hier gibt es Artikel, Videos und Links zu allem, was mit Familien im Bereich CoHousing zu tun hat.
The article, written by David Brooks and originally appeared on The Atlantic, engages with contemporary sociological phenomena and themes such as the decentralization of family like and the necessity to recognise that alternative arrangements of cohabitation may offer more enrichng perspective co
In this article by Joe Pinsker and originally published on The Atlantic, the author inquiries the possible future scenarios after the "failure" of the model of the nuclear family, on which great part of the Nort American culture was based.
Produced by BPS News and published on YouTube in February 2017, this report explores the increase in cohousing trends in Denmark and the US, exploring the benefits of intergenerational, international co-habitation and resource sharing.
Originally appeared on the Irish Examiner, the article by Joyce Fegan reports on the progress of Ireland's first co-housing project, based on the model established by the Lilac project in Leeds, UK.
Originally written by Sarah Lozanova for Earth911, the articles provides an overview of the core principles underpinning cohousing communities, as well as accounting for the varied array of existing cohousing arrangements, ranging from eco villages to cohousing fllatshares.
Originally appeared as a commentary written by Ben Brock Johnson, a co-housing community resident in Massachussets, the article illustrates the advantages of co-housing in combating social isolation, feelings of loneliness and alienation from one's own neighbours and climate-change-related anxiet
In an article originally appeared on Positive News, Lucy Douglas looks at the co-housing model as having the potential to transform citizenry for the best and constitute a genuinely sustainable model in times of crisis.
David Roberts writes about the difficulties of adult friendships because of housing choices.