An existing 1930's bungalow is adapted to allow up to nine people to live independently, with some shared living spaces. A common room opens onto the front garden and street, and can have multiple uses: a co-working space, a common dining room or guest accommodation. Outdoor spaces provide further opportunities for interaction and shared activities. The front garden provides spaces for all households to gather and socialise, as well as a place to receive and meet with street neighbours. The rear gardens are private outdoor sanctuaries for small groups and individual households.

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