By Harry Wei and Han Dong
The Bowery is used as the testing ground to reassert the programmatic relevancy of the factory as a place of sharing know-hows and tools. The project propose to dovetail hackerspaces, neighbourhood-scaled urban microfactories, and the untapped capital of e-waste management, to create a new ecosystem of production and consumption that centers around a new architectural typology of the makers.
Connecting Suburbia: Using Information and Communication Technologies to Readjust the Suburban House
By Joel Piecowye
When dwelling is sharing: the new era for collaborative housing in Europe
By Sara Brysch, M.Arch, PhD (c) At Faculty Of Architecture And The Built Environment, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Hybrid Workscapes: Emergent Infrastructures of Automation and Co-production in Horticultural Production
By Grace Abou Jaoude , Víctor Muñoz Sanz