KNOWLTON.WORK celebrates student work from the 2019-2020 academic year at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University.

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Kay Bea Jones

We desperately need alternatives to American market-rate housing. Facing growing rates of poverty and poor offerings of affordable housing to accommodate families, single persons and the elderly, we are witnessing the erosion of stable, healthy communities and a rise in homelessness. A century of modern models for architectural forms and public spaces that serve a plethora of needs, cultures and economies are well known. This studio began with research of contemporary urban housing.

The studio project sought to define and design architectural solutions for co-housing to meet the needs of the Columbus Co-Housing Community with proposals for sites in Sunbury, The King-Lincoln neighborhood and the Brewery district. Fourteen final projects in ISSUU publications are provided for the CCC.

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