The Collective Stratford is a new architectural development, situated in London, that is a fantastic example of micro-living being applied to the modern urban context in the most versatile and appealing manner. Much like the Common in Brooklyn in the USA, the Collective Stratford will offer reasonably affordable housing in a community space, although it will also offer office space and a start-up incubator for its residents.
The device's co-living units will include 12 square meters of floor space and will contain one or two bedrooms. There will also be communal kitchens, a guest lounge, landscaped terrace, gym, library, laundromat and a variety of services included free Wi-Fi, weekly linen changes and a concierge.
Ultimately, the Collective Stratford is designed to make it possible for young people living in one of the world's most expensive cities to enjoy affordable and stimulating living.
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