Low-income neighborhoods are typically characterized by layers of protective barriers such as walls, gates, and fences. This housing proposal in Mexico aims to dissolve such barriers. Using a base module, spatial variety is generated through strategies such as shifting and interlocking. In the name of post-privacy, courtyards, kitchens, laundry, and childcare are shared between a social unit of 6-10 residents. An internal street acts as a promenade where residents can re-purpose zones or engage publicly with neighbors. The project envisions various forms of living beyond the nuclear family, to ultimately accommodate many ways of living together.
IN COLLABORATION WITH CAMILLE CHABROL