The Noiascape co-living space is a new co-habitation space in west London that is hoping to encourage Millennials to spend more time at home. Designed by architectural duo Tom and James Teatum, who run the practice Teatum + Teatum, the space was completed for their property development firm Noiascape. This co-living space is the latest property for Noiascape and is a three-bedroom terraced mews house meant solely for rentals.
When designing the Noiascape co-living space, the architects carried out a survey to discover how Millennials use their homes. After discovering that just 17% of the waking day was spent in the home, the design duo decided to make the home more suited for the Millennial market. This involved restructuring the space to create narratives around rituals such as eating, sleeping and washing. The spaces in the Noiascape co-living space were built to be fluid and interconnected, allowing inhabitants to socialize, work and spend alone time without being restricted to their bedrooms.
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