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MONU Magazine New Issue: Communal Urbanism

  • 00:00 - 26 April, 2013
MONU Magazine New Issue: Communal Urbanism
MONU Magazine New Issue: Communal Urbanism, Courtesy of MONU
Courtesy of MONU

MONU, a unique bi-annual international forum for artists, writers and designers that are working on topics of urban culture, development and politics, just released their newest issue #18 on the topic of 'Communal Urbanism'. How should we live together? is the central question focusing on contemporary communal living in cities. According to Martin Abbott's contribution "Learning to Live Together", this is a question often discussed among the housemates of Berlin's 40 year old communal "Hausprojekt Walde". Rainer Langhans, one of the early members of the legendary "Kommune 1", founded in Berlin in 1967, is convinced that in the future we will live increasingly communally. For more information on MONU's latest issue, please visit here.

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Cite: "MONU Magazine New Issue: Communal Urbanism" 26 Apr 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/363939/monu-magazine-new-issue-communal-urbanism/> ISSN 0719-8884