Co-living exhibition at the Jacoba van Beierenlaan
Hanna is making a very interesting exhibition that shows the architecture, the everyday life and the diversity of collective practices. It will display the lessons that can be learnt from the complex, how these students live and keep their community.
The complex is one of the first Dutch large scale student complexes, that was built in 1966. The complex consists of 32 houses, these all contain 16 to 18 students that share facilities.
The exhibition will show the patterns of behavior in this specific type of architecture and it shows how the architecture produces potential spaces for collective practices. It also shows the importance of collaborative living for the future made possible by these types of shared student houses and the applicability to other age groups and places.