This project is regarding a production based cooperative on water in the Thames Estuary.

The population of London is expected to increase to over 11 mill people in 2050 - a city that has already experiences overpopulation for some time.

Due to this, London has a skewed property market, already locking out a considerable portion of its population. Today, 50% of London property is rented - and I'm speculating this is a result of owners embracing further profit utilizing people who can't afford they're own home. This also goes for the prices of land and land rights.

In 2050, how will London deal with 3 million people who can't fit nor afford living in the city?

I'm proposing a Production based Cooperative on water in the Thames Estuary, as this provides cheap non-populated areas, deals with increasing water levels and leaves less of a footprint.

I project a lifestyle where the home is viewed as a service, and the ownership has transferred into a notion of temporary access and utilization.

Architecture combining working homes and mobile vehicles, cancels out the considerable increasing time spent commuting. These hours will be substituted by work hours, which is the currency in this production-based cooperative.

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Cluster 3d-model with Travel Pod connected to service infrastructure


Tectonics and Construction logistics


Unit clusters for habitation, community and work


Habitation with programmatic pull-out functions


Section illustrating levels of infrastructure, pneumatic waste collection system and programmatic orientation.


An urban sample of the infrastructural cooperative trough crossing from Sheerness via Isle of Grain over to South End-on-Sea.