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Intimate Spaces

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Exploring Adaptive Living Spaces in a Pandemic Era
Mladen Jadrić

Jadrić examines the evolving concept of family in contemporary society, emphasizing that it extends beyond traditional nuclear units to encompass broader communities such as neighborhoods, co-living arrangements, and working groups. These diverse forms of “family” have increasingly adopted the characteristics of closely-knit, mutually supportive social groups, providing solace and resilience during challenging times.
Through the lens of three distinct projects, Jadrić illustrates the diverse rhythms of life experienced by different families navigating the balance between privacy and public engagement. Each project represents a unique interpretation of adaptive living spaces, offering a spectrum of possibilities for self-determination and fulfillment.
“Intimate Spaces” serves as a thought-provoking resource for architects, urban planners, policymakers, and anyone interested in reimagining the way we live in an ever-changing world. It offers insights into the profound impact of the built environment on our daily lives and emphasizes the potential of innovative design solutions to enhance our collective resilience and quality of life.

Projects:
GREEN HOUSE AUSTIN / TEXAS / USA 2013
HAUS GRILL-REICHENAUER/ PAYERBACH / AUT 2020
AT HOME IN THE ALPS  / RAMSAU / AUT / 2022

With Contributions of Alexander Peer

 

Description

Size: 18 x 23 cm. /  9,05 x 7,08 in.
Pages: 120
Illustrations: B/W / Duotone
Cover: Hardcover
Publication date: February 2024
Published by: Actar Publishers
ISBN: English-German 9781638401261
Price: 20€/ $24,95/ £20

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Authors

Miaden Jadrić

excerpt

Three presented projects reflect three different rhythms of life of three families between their privacy and the public.

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