Co+2: Co-living Community Forums: Government Report

Daniela Ottmann, Joerg Baumeister

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'Co+' is a research and development project to prepare the realisation of a demonstration that showcases affordable housing in modular building technology for Seniors. The research and development phases in 2017 and 2018 result in the following government reports:
- Co+ l 'Co-living Design tool Kit' A tool-set for age appropriate housing design parameters for Housing I Department of Communities (DCCO) I Government of Western Australia;
- Co+2 'Co-living Community Forums' Community engagement workshops to co-design, showcase and to promote the developed modular housing prototypes (H+) within the Urban Living Strategy for Housing I Department of Communities (DCCO);
- Co+3 'H+ Co-living dwelling complex' Urban living in age-appropriate communities (program, diagrams, models and plans for a case study area based on discussions with DCCO).

This project will apply previous research of the AUDRC on Affordable Housing, Modular Building Systems, Community Participation, and Housing Identity for Housing I Department of Communities (DCCO) I Government of Western Australia:
- H+ [modular housing systems] housing modules individually and for multi- residential urban living (2015);
- C+ 'My future home' This report contains the approach, design, ad result of the interactive demonstration 'My future home' community charrette, held at the B-Shed/Fremantle Ports, with the City of Fremantle, Housing Authority, AUDRC, and further contributions by the Department of Water, the Water Corporation, and Landcrop (2016).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPerth
PublisherThe Australian Urban Design Research Centre
Commissioning bodyGovernment of Western Australia Department of Communities Housing
Number of pages115
ISBN (Print)9780648371519
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jul 2018


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