Adaptable co-living spaces

November, 28th, 2018
In our weekly news filter ‘What We’re Clicking On’, we share our thoughts on the most interesting articles relating to the future of cities, buildings and interiors.


Vivahouse is effectively making use of the booming millennial nomad market that have a hard time finding a home. They turn empty malls, office buildings, hospitals  and other types of real estate into livable spaces by building modular prefab rooms. One of the first locations can be found on London’s High Street and Vivahouse aims to expand all across London. The company was founded by one of WeWork’s early employees, which is visible by the focus on the flexibility and co-experience: all residents share amenities like the kitchen and bathroom. Besides creating a sustainable and adaptable way of creating living space, Vivahouse wants to promote a community vibe with these shared spaces. Living in a Vivahouse costs approximately $770 a month or $75 a night.

Read more at Curbed,

Image from Vivahouse via Dezeen