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Exploration of Living Space from the Perspective of Intergenerational Symbiosis

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DOI: 10.23977/jsdgb.2023.010103 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 826

Author(s)

Wenling Wang 1

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1 School of Architecture and City Planning, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming, 650000, China

Corresponding Author

Wenling Wang

ABSTRACT

With the increase of social population, intergenerational relationship has become a social issue. As a form of space, living space carries an important function of intergenerational communication. Under the perspective of "intergenerational symbiosis", this study takes the living space as the research object, using the methods of architectural typology and case study, divides the living space into "complete cohabitation", "semi- cohabitation" and " complete separation". This paper summarizes the spatial organization of each type and related practical experiences, with a view to providing reference and inspiration for the design of future living spaces.

KEYWORDS

Intergenerational symbiosis, Living space, Shared living, Spatial design, Shared space

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Wenling Wang, Exploration of Living Space from the Perspective of Intergenerational Symbiosis. Journal of Sustainable Development and Green Buildings (2023) Vol. 1: 14-24. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jsdgb.2023.010103.

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