Meeting the burgeoning demands for co-living and affordable housing, Chlenov 42 retrofits an existing two-story structure in Tel Aviv into a model co-living environment that allows individuals of different occupations and interests to live comfortably together. Through the design of a spectrum of shared spaces, this housing strategy offers an alternative to the high cost and isolation of living alone.
To support this cohabitation, the design defines varying degrees of public and private spaces that rethink the typical multi-unit residential plan. While each tenant has their own private room and bathroom unit, other spaces are given over to collective programming.
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