Shared housing in Sege Park

20% LESS = 20% MORE is a concept that proposes how to design new typology housing and how to convert Sege Park into a neighbourhood, where its urban structure, building design and smart management technologies determine environmentally‐friendly, yet affordable living. Key element of the proposed housing is a numerous implementation of the common shared indoor and outdoor spaces, which allows to save 20% of the floor area. However, by sharing, residents of the neighbourhood get access to the quality recreational, leisure and work spaces, facilities, appliances and services. Spacious, innovative and trendy shared rooms, plus all of the bonuses increase wellbeing of the residents by 20%. The frequent sharing of various common rooms and outdoor spaces, as well as living up-to-date with many smart and sustainable technologies, keeps the residents constantly involved in creation and improvement of their homes, neighborhood and community.

Furthermore, urban plan of the Sege Park and architectural design of urban blocks contributes to creating social cohesion. Various in size and typology apartments attract residents from all the spectrum of society. Apartments are grouped into the building blocks, where community engagement happens through sharing.


Title: 20% LESS = 20% MORE
Type: The Nordic Built Cities Challenge international competition
Location:  Sege Park, Malmo, Sweden
Date: 2015
Team: Tadas Jonauskis, Justina Muliuolytė, Edita Gumauskaitė, Mantautas Šulskus, Dalia Uogintė, Ignas Uogintas