Matthias Hollwich’s architectural prototype for multigenerational living, called Skyler, is a vertically layered sculptural tower that supports its occupants throughout their lifetime.

Retirement rethink: architect’s multigenerational co-living design an alternative to storing elderly far away and forgetting their needs

  • Matthias Hollwich’s Skyler concept replaces ‘simulated reality’ of retirement communities with apartment towers for people of all ages who look after each other
  • While this New Yorker reimagines Western model of old people living together, developers in China are importing it in face of social change, one-child policy
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Matthias Hollwich’s architectural prototype for multigenerational living, called Skyler, is a vertically layered sculptural tower that supports its occupants throughout their lifetime.
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