Arc 606 Inclusive Design: Infill

University Heights (left) and Emslie (right) neighborhoods. Images from Google Earth.

University Heights (left) and Emslie (right) neighborhoods.  Images from Google Earth.

This studio will explore the possibility of co-housing as a model for multi-lot urban infill for students and seniors in multiple Buffalo neighborhoods.  

In University Heights we will work directly with a community organization to develop co-housing typologies on distributed lots.  On the east side we will speculate on co-housing opportunities across adjacent lots.  These prototypes and associated distribution strategies will address topics of inclusive design, context, affordability, community, and shared amenities.

Eligibility: Open to graduate students enrolled in the Inclusive Design Graduate Research Group

 

Faculty

11/2/18
Steph Cramer studied Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (BArch 2006) and received the post-professional degree Design + Make from the Architectural Association, London (MArch, 2014).

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