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Co-living 2020 : redefining the relationship between shared and private spaces in millennial co-living in Bangalore (Softcopy is also available)

by Goyal, Shrenik (PA104617)
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: xiv,74p. Year: 2019 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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Abstract i
Acknowledgements iii
Contents v
List of tables ix
List of figures xi
1 Introduction 1
1.1 Background and premise 1
1.2 Problem statement 3
1.3 Aim 4
1.4 Objectives 4
1.5 Methodology 4
1.6 Scope and limitations 5
1.7 Expected Outcome 5
1.8 Timeline 6
2 Understanding Co-living 9
2.1 Defining co-living 9
2.2 Rise of co-living 9
2.3 Co-living as compared to other forms of housing, primarily in the Indian context 10
2.4 Millennial co-living housing across different contexts 11
2.4.1 The Collective, Old Oak, London (Case 1) 11
2.4.2 CommonSpace, Syracuse, New York (Case 2) 13
2.4.3 Share House LT Josai, Nagoya, Japan (Case 3) 14
3 The case of millennial co-living in Bangalore 17
3.1 Corridor type co-living 17
3.2 1 bhk co-living 24
3.3 Summary 26
3.4 Millennial’s notion of co-living, the dynamics between sharing and privacy 28
4 Factors affecting the dynamics of sharing and privacy in co-living 37
4.1 Social coherence and wellbeing in co-living 37
4.2 Group functioning and dynamics 38
4.3 Group trust & cohesion in even and odd sized small groups 39
4.4 Perceived density 40
5 Site 41
5.1 Site Selection criteria 41
5.2 Site location & details 42
5.3 Building Byelaws regulated on the site 43
6 Design Proposal 45
6.1 Key issues that will be addressed through design demonstration of co-living housing 45
6.2 Design development diagrams 45
6.3 Design massing & cluster development 47
6.4 Final design concept & design detail drawings 51
References 67
Appendices 69
A1. Co-living survey for IT/ITES employed millennials in Bangalore 69
A2. Conversion of existing 1BHK apartments to co-living housing: 72

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