Hallways, entrances, and exits are primarily designed with fire safety in mind, which can lead to long, monotonous corridors.
These resources can help handle the heat, whether you are an individual looking to support yourself, loved ones or neighbours, or a landlord looking for help in supporting residents.
Five design strategies for transforming a lobby into an awesome social space.
Resources from presenters and participants from the symposium, presented by Hey Neighbour Collective, Happy Cities, SFU Urban Studies and SFU Public Square.
Watch these three symposium sessions from June 8th, the second day of the Living Together Symposium.
Watch these three symposium sessions from June 7th, the first day of the Living Together Symposium.
Feeling connected to our communities, neighbours, and friends is fundamental to human wellbeing.
It isn’t just our family ties, close friendships, or group membership that make a difference. It’s neighbours.
Former HNC research assistant Lainey Martin discusses the Photovoice project and how visual media has the power to enhance both social connectivity and research insights.
Agenda for Living Together: Connecting housing, social well-being and resilience.
A list of articles and resources on issues like social connectedness, public health, and community design.
Living Together is a two-day series of engaging presentations and dialogues about tackling loneliness and social isolation in our homes and urban communities.
How do you show up for work as a landlord or property manager? I’ve been thinking about this question a lot recently. How do I listen to people who are…
We recently sat down with Ghazaleh over Zoom to chat about her work with the Collective and her experiences with liminal spaces and architecture.
A Hey Neighbour Collective research assistant tells us about the joy and importance of getting to know your neighbours.