With the WFA movement (work from anywhere) becoming a trend after the epidemic, the phenomenon of intertwined life and work, and the clear boundary between privacy and sharing among youths of the Y and Z generation deserves consideration and response. In this study, the traditional sleep-oriented personal bedroom in shared accommodation is upgraded to a studio compatible with office production: an “interface” area with the boundary of the public area, a personal workstation with flexible storage, a clothing area with convenient accessories, a sleeping area with complex functions, etc., in order to meet the complex needs of life in a limited private space.






Yang Liu, Andreas Ben Esser, Empar Juanes, Shiqing Liu, Kai Fu Chung