URBANEER worked with the developer and their architects to fit out the project’s 485 square foot studios of the new development that included 18 townhome units in four buildings.
An adaptable space that creates multiple room options based on each tenant’s needs.
The small studio, in effect, provides the functionality of a two bedroom unit at a fraction of the cost.
URBANEER incorporated a number of space-saving solutions to the studios in this ground-up development.
For years, housing has been developed around an insatiable appetite for consumer goods. It has lead huge homes moved further and further from city centers and neighbors. What would happen if our were designed and developed from a people-centered (as opposed to stuff-centered) perspective? These are some of the questions we are out to answer at Urbaneer.
The digitization of our world has deep implications for the housing industry. What happens when our stuff disappears, when our media is in the cloud, when our food is delivered on demand, when our cars are summoned by the press of a touchscreen? How much space will we need? With less stuff and space, will we have a different cultural connection to our homes? How will the housing industry shift?