In response to the lack of affordable housing in London, Bartlett student Matt Lucraft has proposed an evolving self-built housing co-operative based on a mishmash of English vernacular and historic Japanese architecture.
The Dagenham Breach Housing Co-operative seeks to address London's current property crisis by offering an open-source modular system that could be used to build customisable houses cheaply and quickly.
Taking the form of treehouse-like structures arranged around shared gardens, the buildings could be gradually extended as required by tacking on additional modules.
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