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Master of Architecture (MArch)
In the near future, a large percentage of the human population will have to relocate due to an ever changing climate. This will create both short-term and long-term housing needs. To support this shift, our cities will be forced to modify their current use of spaces so that they may accommodate an increasing population and their ever-changing needs. So, is there a way to design homes specifically to make increased population density not only bearable, but enjoyable? This project seeks to design non-load bearing modules that provide both partitions and furniture. The modules should be easy to manipulate so occupants have the freedom to readapt and shape their spaces to meet their changing needs.
Young, Elise, "Flexing boundaries : tectonic strategies for the multi-generational home" (2022). Masters Theses. 893.
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