Thursday, Aug 17, 2017
Loneliness doesn’t always stem from being alone. For architect Grace Kim, loneliness is a function of how socially connected we feel to the people around us – and it’s often the result of the homes we live in. She shares an age-old antidote to isolation: cohousing, a way of living where people choose to share space with their neighbors, get to know them, and look after them. Rethink your home and how you live in it with this eye-opening talk.
Monday, Jan 2, 2017
Like finding a long term rental (1 month+) and sharing. It would definitely be a great way to split the costs and be a part of a social group. Yes, there are coliving spaces but I can’t find them everywhere. They are extremely limited and somewhat expensive as well. Something similar to colive.co (It is down now and usually not that active).
Thursday, Dec 22, 2016
The concept of “ownership” as we know it is quickly changing. Traditionally, we’ve been tied to the idea of possession, paying for products and services outright or taking years (or decades) to pay off a home mortgage or car loan. Nowadays, everything seems to be available for rent or subscription.
Tuesday, Dec 6, 2016
Remote Year program sends participants around the world as they continue to work.
Wednesday, Oct 19, 2016
I’ve seen a number of posts about people’s experiences as participants of Remote Year, but I’m wondering if anyone can share their experience in any other remote coworking program. Terminal 3 and The Remote Experience both seem more attractive to me than Remote Year based on price, flexibility, and accommodations, but I haven’t been able to find any detailed personal accounts. Perhaps that’s just because these other programs are younger.
Thursday, Oct 13, 2016
The idea of mixing work and travel isn’t a bad one. But co-working with fellow “digital nomads” on a grown-up version of summer camp sounds like a nightmare.
Monday, Oct 3, 2016
Communal living is hardly a departure from tradition—it’s a return to how humans have been making their homes for thousands of years.
Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016
We decided to take a deep look at co-living: the past, present, and future of this industry we are proud to be a part of.
Monday, May 23, 2016
The overlap between co-living and co-working is no coincidence. Co-living startups are hoping that they can do to residential accommodation what co-working did to office space: attract young people to shared spaces, subverting the economics of real estate by offering access over ownership.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Thousands applied for the inaugural class of travel start-up Remote Year. Here’s what happened to the 68 people who went.
Monday, Mar 21, 2016
The last 5 weeks I stayed at roam.co in Bali, a new and aspiring coliving startup from New York. I was so blown away by the experience and fascinated by the whole concept that I decided to write a quick post about my time there to share the experience with everybody. My stay there also brought up many thoughts about the future of living.
Wednesday, Mar 9, 2016
Co-working has been a popular option for many start-ups over the last few years. The new trend on the scene, however, is co-living, but will it take off in the same way?
Sunday, Mar 6, 2016
Those Millennial-filled compounds aren’t all that different from 19th-century boarding houses.
Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016
The expression “coliving” may bring up memories of bad roommates, cramped quarters, and college dorms. In reality, coliving is still focused on coworking—it just allows those using the space to sleep, eat, and play.