Red Vienna, a Cass Research Seminar.
Rosie Hervey (the Cass) will ask: What innovation around shared amenity and common space is emerging
within community-led schemes? and how can this in turn facilitate a new
generosity of the built environment towards its neighborhood and the
development of more inclusive cities?
Collective culture, housing all generations: Rosie exmines the role of intergenerational community-led housing within the context of urban infrastructure and the collective culture of cities. Through ethnographic studies Rosie has been researching the socio-material networks that form within multi-generational communities and exploring the design and governance of common infrastructure in which informal networks of care develop.
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