Ranking 8th in the nation for foreclosures while also being a preferred destination of the top 1%, Miami is a city of extreme economic inequality.
The reGeneration House aims to bridge the gap and provide a condominium that is able to adapt to the fluctuating economy while creating a multi-generational community for Miami locals. Comprised of flexible units, the building’s plasticity allows it to maintain maximum occupancy as it morphs from a heavily owner-occupied unit to a rental condominium according to the changing economy. Units can be subdivided into three studio apartments, two one-bedroom rentals or fully owner occupied three-bedroom apartments depending on the personal and economic situation of the inhabitant.
PennDesign | Studio Critic: Brian Phillips