Domestic Commons are the spaces between our homes. They are the spaces that form the immediate thresholds between our private, interior lives and the city beyond. Not quite private, but also not public. They are manifest as valuable in-between spaces that reinforce a sense of trust and collectivity between those that share them, but elsewhere are revealed as unsafe, ungenerous or neglected spaces that negatively impact communities and neighbourhoods.
This series of conversations invites architects, researchers and policy advisers to explore the Domestic Commons with us.
Curated and hosted by Medium
Designed and edited by Anastasia Galicheva and Benjamin Redgrove
Commissioned by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
With the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union
First released on 8.11.2020 - Floor 9 of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial Tower