HousingLab is an innovative service design laboratory for housing. It is offering research and experimentation for the development of sustainable housing across 3 main areas: information, coaching and experimentation. HousingLab is using active participation to transform the housing system into a product-service system. In this paper we describe the design process of HousingLab and two ongoing experiments: on-line tools for improved neighbors’ relationship and a coaching method to enable groups of people in envisioning and designing their Collaborative housing solution. From these 2 experiments, it is clear how co-design tools are functional for trust building among all stakeholders (public and private constructors, inhabitants, etc.) and therefore increase the chance for successful projects.

HousingLab, Exploring new ways of housing the city.

ROGEL, LIAT;CORUBOLO, MARTA
2012

Abstract

HousingLab is an innovative service design laboratory for housing. It is offering research and experimentation for the development of sustainable housing across 3 main areas: information, coaching and experimentation. HousingLab is using active participation to transform the housing system into a product-service system. In this paper we describe the design process of HousingLab and two ongoing experiments: on-line tools for improved neighbors’ relationship and a coaching method to enable groups of people in envisioning and designing their Collaborative housing solution. From these 2 experiments, it is clear how co-design tools are functional for trust building among all stakeholders (public and private constructors, inhabitants, etc.) and therefore increase the chance for successful projects.
Northern World Mandate
Housing, collaboration, product-service system, participatory design
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