Whilst it becomes harder and harder to find accommodation in a growing individualistic society, new housing solutions are emerging around strong values such as sharing and togetherness.
In these community housing projects, people are involved in the making of their buildings, thus creating sustainable and accessible living spaces.
The eco part of the project can be seen in the energy performances of the building as well as in the creation of common spaces and social connections. In Switzerland, this movement is growing bigger and bigger.
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