Gamified Cohousing, born out of the research of “Architectural Democracy”, addresses two major problems in cities: loneliness and misuse of natural resources. With our business model of “service co-development” and it’s five step implementation plan we can turn any empty building, together with their local owners, into a thriving resilient cohousing and coworking community, regardless of its location.
With a mix of private and shared spaces, people can live and work in modern standards and benefit financially and socially via the facility management app, where daily tasks or rentals can be easily managed in a fun way.
We are not consultants, nor just developers or architects.
We turn you into a co-developer.
We take on the risk, we invest, we plan, we consult, we design and we manage your abandoned building into a profitable house.
If you do not have the money or expertise to turn your building into something profitable and meaningful in our society, we will be your partners, take a share of your property or a leasing agreement and we will turn you into a co-developer.
We want your local expertise too and you want our global Know-How!
According to a study of the Tampere University, Finland is the country in western Europe where most heritage buildings are being demolished. The cause seems to be related to the steady increase of more strict building regulations over the last decades and a lack of flexibility towards renovation projects. This has negative consequences. Not only it causes waste of resources (falling short of circular economy goals) but above all, it propels the destruction of communities and of cultural identities.
In an attempt to provide an impulse towards updating legislation, and to address two major problems in cities, loneliness and misuse of natural resources, the startup “Gamified Cohousing” was created in 2018, born out of the research on “Architectural Democracy”. The developed five step plan turns empty buildings into cohousing and coworking economies.
We do the renovation of old buildings into thriving resilient communities, where people can live in modern standards and use a facility management app to be engaged in daily tasks of the house to benefit from it socially and financially.