Living via Airbnb

David Roberts and Elaine Kuok live in a different neighborhood every month without having a home of their own. This is the second of five portraits of people who are pioneering new ways of living in cities.

The first portrait shared on this blog was on Living in net cafés

This is part of Home Economics, presented at the British Pavilion at the Venice architecture biennale 2016.

Via ‘How we live now‘ of The Guardian

Author: ignazstrebel.net

Ignaz Strebel is an urban geographer and senior scientist at the University of Lausanne. His research is on the social and material practices that make up and transform urban systems. Using ethnography and audio-visual projects, he currently researches building care work, energy infrastructure services and the transformation capacities of prefabricated buildings.

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