Here are articles, videos and links concerning Intentional Communities as related to CoHousing.
Published in April 2019 by Permaculture Online, the video reports on the LILAC Green Cohousing in UK, covering topics ranging from how the unique initiative first came about, the architectural adjustments for genuinely sustainable buildings and community development.
In this TED Talk by architect Grace Kim in 2017, the links between architecture, feelings of loneliness and the advantages of cohousing structures are introduced, with the idea that shared and community spaces can fundamentally changes the way we perceive ourselves in relation to the people who l
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.
Produced by the Foundation for Intentional Community and published on YouTube in December 2018, the video surveys the different types of existing intentional communities, including eco-villages, co-housing, housing coops and communes all grounded in shared and inclusive participatory processes in
Produced by the Foundation for Intentional Community and published on YouTube in November 2018, this video offers an introduction to the concept and practice of forming an intentional community, providing a brief historical overview of how these initiatives came about and where them term 'intenti
Written for Assemble Papers, Manuel Lutz's essay addresses cohousing in German-speaking Europe, its impact on the solidarity of everyday life and the importance of such community-approaches to living together by looking at various model projects.
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