Tag: Co-living
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Space as a Service: How Roam is Building a Co-Living Business for Digital Nomads

Do you want to get into the heads of the top initiators and performers from the architectural community? If so, we heartily welcome you to Archipreneur Insights! In this interview series, we talk to the leaders and key players who have created outstanding work and projects within the fields of architecture, building and development. Get […]

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7 Urban and Architecture Trends to Watch in 2017

Driverless cars, The Internet of Things, smart materials and sustainability have been the driving forces behind the most innovative accomplishments in architecture in 2016. What are the architecture trends that will mark 2017? 2016 was an exciting year for architecture trends. While we still haven’t started travelling to space – though we are a step […]

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Breaking the Mold in Architecture with Alexis Dornier

Welcome back to Archipreneur Insights, the interview series with leaders who are responsible for some of the world’s most exciting and creatively disarming architecture. The series largely follows those who have an architectural degree but have since followed an entrepreneurial or alternative career path but also interviews other key players in the building and development […]

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Is Micro-Scale Housing the Future of Urban Living?

According to the United Nations’ World Urbanization Prospects 2014 report, 54% of the global population lives in cities. These numbers are expected to rise in the future. As the population and rental prices continue to grow in large urban areas, a new trend of living in small places is gathering momentum. High-density cities such as London, […]

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Space as a Service: Business Models that Change How We Live and Work

Long-term leases and skyrocketing property prices are making it increasingly difficult for young professionals to remain in metropolitan areas. New models of living and working have since gained popularity among millennials. Companies like WeWork, Pure House, Krash and Common recognize the younger generation’s need for convenience, flexibility and less liability, and have developed successful business […]

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