Co-Productions & Co- Habitations

This panel seeks to explore ecologies and economies of habitation, emerging or historic, which traverse the tensions and potentials between the individual and the shared. The interrelationship between the singular and the multiple could be explored through the lens of any number of dimensions of housing, ranging from spatial, social, constructional, financial, and organisational to particular configurations of these factors. At a time when housing has become such a pressing social, economic, and political issue, critical examination of the modes of housing production, and of new spatial typologies and densities, may start to suggest alternatives to existing models of urban, suburban and rural habitation.

Session chairs: Deirdre Mc menamin, and Dougal Sheridan,