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Opening of the exhibition ‘Housing Apart Together’ on the second location at STAM, Ghent

Today, Flanders is being asked to live smaller and closer together in village and city centers. Collective housing projects are elevated to an ideal image, but at the same time they raise many questions. The ‘Housing Apart Together’ exhibition seeks to provide answers based on 20 collective housing projects in Flanders.

The exhibition started in autumn 2019 in C-mine, Genk and is now moving to STAM in Ghent, from 19/01/2020 untill 3/05/2020.  Also view the digital exhibition brochure www.housingaparttogether.be.

Articles about the exhibition: 
https://www.hln.be/in-de-buurt/gent/expo-over-cohousing-in-vlaanderen-geen-hippies-en-communes~a2253533/
https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20191029_04691907
https://www.tijd.be/cultuur/expo/cohousing-is-een-beetje-lief-en-leed-delen/10199869.html

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