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“Re-Coding Homes Through Flexible Interiors”, a book that defends adaptable housing
It delves into the flexibility of buildings focusing on the user
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Cities and buildings are essential spaces for social and cultural relationships, a key aspect when refurbishing dwellings or building new ones.
With the aim of defending this idea, Nilüfer Saglar Onay, S. Banu Garip and Ervin Garip have written “Re-Coding Homes Through Flexible Interiors: Emerging Research and Opportunities,” which researches how interior design models can transform existing spaces in more flexible and functional housing units, while increasing the functional value and spatial quality of living spaces in social housing.
The book also addresses the design and architecture of cohousing, which favors the most social side of cohabitation.
All this makes this book the perfect piece for architects, engineers, interior designers, furniture designers, building companies, architecture firms, professionals, academics, students and researchers.