How can coliving contribute to sustainability?

Coliving offers an option to reduce carbon footprint generated by construction activities, as it allows to take advantage of spaces that are already built, reducing the use of materials and equipment. Besides, coliving spaces give service to more users within a single place, in comparison to family residencies. 

“Coliving is a model that provides a better harnessing of the existing resources, since it’s based on sharing the use of the spaces.”

On the other hand, David explains that one characteristic feature of coliving is that it offers its users well communicated and central locations within the cities they are based. This means a more efficient mobility that is also positive for environmental care, since it contributes to increasing the use of public transport and bicycle lanes instead of traveling in private vehicles.  

How does Aticco Living work toward it?

To create its coliving spaces, David tells us that Aticco Living focuses mainly on rehabilitation and reconditioning of buildings that are already built. This way, the environmental impact of its construction activities is reduced. 

Besides, its architecture team works to achieve sustainability not only in construction, but in all its processes. From the use of sustainable materials, to a design that takes the most advantage of natural lighting and a right isolation to help reduce power consumption without compromising thermal comfort and the wellness of colivers. 

In terms of locations, Aticco Living offers a wide range of coliving spaces that are located in urban areas that are very well connected through public transport networks and bicycle lanes, for those who prefer a bicycle or a scooter for transportation. 

[H3] How can colivers help?

One of the features that allow coliving to be an example of sustainable housing are the joint efforts they make with their community.

As we stated before, the management of coliving spaces constantly work towards this goal, but it’s also true that colivers can work on daily actions to contribute, some of them are:

  • Enhance the use of natural light instead of artificial lightning. 
  • Be careful of not leaving the lights on when they are not being used. 
  • Use the dishwasher and washing machine fully loaded, making a better use of the water. 
  • Don’t leave appliances on standby when they are not being used. 

In Aticco Living we create communities of people who want to share moments with others, and for that respect is fundamental. Sustainability and respect are two of our community values and hence something that defines us. 

Would you like to discover how your life would be in a coliving space? 👉Contact us

Nowadays, sustainability is a goal that the economic sectors worldwide are trying to achieve, and the real estate sector, and coliving within it, are not left behind.

A study by the United Nations shows that new building constructions account for 36% percent of global energy use and 39% of energy related carbon dioxide emissions. That is why it’s so important to pay attention to the way real estate spaces are built and managed today, as well as finding solutions to reduce the environmental impact of this sector. The coliving model is one of them, and David Uriarte, CEO of Aticco Living gives us his insight about it.

How can coliving contribute to sustainability?

Coliving offers an option to reduce carbon footprint generated by construction activities, as it allows to take advantage of spaces that are already built, reducing the use of materials and equipment. Besides, coliving spaces give service to more users within a single place, in comparison to family residencies. 

“Coliving is a model that provides a better harnessing of the existing resources, since it’s based on sharing the use of the spaces.”

On the other hand, David explains that one characteristic feature of coliving is that it offers its users well communicated and central locations within the cities they are based. This means a more efficient mobility that is also positive for environmental care, since it contributes to increasing the use of public transport and bicycle lanes instead of traveling in private vehicles.  

How does Aticco Living work toward it?

To create its coliving spaces, David tells us that Aticco Living focuses mainly on rehabilitation and reconditioning of buildings that are already built. This way, the environmental impact of its construction activities is reduced. 

Besides, its architecture team works to achieve sustainability not only in construction, but in all its processes. From the use of sustainable materials, to a design that takes the most advantage of natural lighting and a right isolation to help reduce power consumption without compromising thermal comfort and the wellness of colivers. 

In terms of locations, Aticco Living offers a wide range of coliving spaces that are located in urban areas that are very well connected through public transport networks and bicycle lanes, for those who prefer a bicycle or a scooter for transportation. 

How can colivers help?

One of the features that allow coliving to be an example of sustainable housing are the joint efforts they make with their community.

As we stated before, the management of coliving spaces constantly work towards this goal, but it’s also true that colivers can work on daily actions to contribute, some of them are:

  • Enhance the use of natural light instead of artificial lightning. 
  • Be careful of not leaving the lights on when they are not being used. 
  • Use the dishwasher and washing machine fully loaded, making a better use of the water. 
  • Don’t leave appliances on standby when they are not being used. 

In Aticco Living we create communities of people who want to share moments with others, and for that respect is fundamental. Sustainability and respect are two of our community values and hence something that defines us. 

Would you like to discover how your life would be in a coliving space? 👉Contact us

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