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The project was conceptualised by considering 'volume' instead of the area, as it gives a resident the opportunity to live in a house which need not be just a ﬂat plane. Of the total available volume, 50% is used for 500 units, giving 324m3 of volume per house, which is higher than the standard living space per capita in Russia, while the other 50% is used for shared facilities.
Sunlight shafts as courtyards within the apartment blocks ensure well lit and ventilated apartments.
The stepped section of the blocks is a response to the river, giving each unit a river view.
‘Dacha’ in the city: XL, L, M & S is an entry for a competition named Hustle Hub. The challenge here was to build a replicable co-living housing concept for 1. Young 2. Migrant/Local 3. The working population of 20-35 years of age, which is affordable, works on cyclic leasing for durations longer/shorter than rental cycles and gives them enough headspace to build their career and move. The Hustle Hub is also visualised as a framework that can extend to other megacities of the world. .
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