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Silvia Sitton

https://irughegia.wordpress.com

Sadoleto, 37, Modena, Italy
I'm a researcher in sharing economy and innovative housing models, with a PhD in these topics and a strong passion for writing and storytelling. I belong to the Italian Cohousing Network and since 2010 I’m in charge of the coordination of collaborative housing projects for the Municipality of Modena. In 2019 I’ve written “InHabit - storie di case plurali” a short film in 4 episodes about collaborative housing in Italy, supported by Emilia-Romagna Film Commission. My blog is Irughegia.

Plural Housing Stories


Housing stories and sharing practices by people living in Europe

Plural Housing Stories


Housing stories and sharing practices by people living in Europe
Stories, photos and maps to investigate the relation between sharing practices and collaborative housing models
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The project wants to investigate, with a narrative style and a visual approach, the European collaborative housing scene of today on the basis of subjective information collected through self-documentation tools as digital diaries and camera studies (published on an online map to set the stories geographically)
The main goal is try to deepen the relation about sharing practices and housing models, to determine whether and how different housing models can have an impact on sharing and to inspire new solutions and experiments for housing architecture .
The assumption is that the house fosters relationships, exchanges and social supports, both for the family (micro/personal level) and more widely in collective urban experiences (macro/city level).
Housing context becomes a good place to develop sharing, especially where common and private spaces are mixed, and architects have to take into account it to enrich their knowledge about housing and address new ways of living together.


Plural Housing Stories


Housing stories and sharing practices by people living in Europe

Plural Housing Stories


Housing stories and sharing practices by people living in Europe
Stories, photos and maps to investigate the relation between sharing practices and collaborative housing models
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The project wants to investigate, with a narrative style and a visual approach, the European collaborative housing scene of today on the basis of subjective information collected through self-documentation tools as digital diaries and camera studies (published on an online map to set the stories geographically)
The main goal is try to deepen the relation about sharing practices and housing models, to determine whether and how different housing models can have an impact on sharing and to inspire new solutions and experiments for housing architecture .
The assumption is that the house fosters relationships, exchanges and social supports, both for the family (micro/personal level) and more widely in collective urban experiences (macro/city level).
Housing context becomes a good place to develop sharing, especially where common and private spaces are mixed, and architects have to take into account it to enrich their knowledge about housing and address new ways of living together.



Idea by

Silvia Sitton
Sadoleto, 37
Modena
Italy
I'm a researcher in sharing economy and innovative housing models, with a PhD in these topics and a strong passion for writing and storytelling. I belong to the Italian Cohousing Network and since 2010 I’m in charge of the coordination of collaborative housing projects for the Municipality of Modena. In 2019 I’ve written “InHabit - storie di case plurali” a short film in 4 episodes about collaborative housing in Italy, supported by Emilia-Romagna Film Commission. My blog is Irughegia.