Domestic & Labour – Urban Housing
In the last three years the epidemic has hit the world and people’s lifestyles have begun to change dramatically. People have gone from waking up at home, going to a café for breakfast and going to work to doing all their activities at home.
A study of the Calton area shows that Calton is more deprived and has more children from single-parent families than any other area in Glasgow. At the same time, Calton has a large number of arts and music related buildings and events which have led to a concentration of artists in the area.
The project therefore aims to provide housing for single parent families and shared housing with work space for a variety of people. There are three different types of shared housing to choose from, providing living space for two to ten people per household.