An interdisciplinary project on the future of European living spaces
Due to rapid social change in Europe, many of the dwelling models that had been developed over the past two centuries now seem outdated. Well into the 20th century, residential planning was concerned primarily with the building of homes for inhabitants who, within a family structure, often lived and worked in one location for their entire lives. However, radical changes in employment (restructuring of working conditions, increasing flexibility, etc.), in social relations (changing gender roles, tendency towards growing individualisation, etc.), in demographic development (birth rate, migration, life expectancy, etc.) as well as within the family unit (single parents, one-person households, patchwork families, etc.) have led to the creation of new living arrangements in Europe. These have resulted in changing living needs which in turn require new housing forms and typologies.
LT - The book
The book on the project!
X-CHANGE presents LT, the book emerging from the project Living tomorrow. A sellection of articles and photographs gives an impression of the outcomes of this last two years.
Download the book as pdf-file!
Have a look at the exhibits and photographs from the opening and complemental presentations.
Home, the catalogue is out!
Download and/or have a look at the little book with selected prints from "at home", "artist view" and "Houses with no limits".