Adaptable House

Adaptable House seeks affordability through flexibility

FACT 24

Adaptable House seeks affordability through flexibility. It was designed for OEDC, an organization founded on the idea that investing in people and thoughtful, strategically sound projects can strengthen the quality of life in the community. The house transforms to suit the changing needs of North Omaha residents, working equally well as a multi-generational home, a single-family house with rentable apartment, a live-work house with space for a small business, or home for a growing family. The options allow owners to adapt to changing lives and provides opportunities to generate income, all within a compact frame that maximizes affordability.

This project is featured in the exhibition FACT 24: NEw Attainable House

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Project Team

FACT students:
Becca Kalhorn
Maddie Whitted

Planning student:
Vadelynn Ndembet

intern:
Ethan Boerner

Actual Architecture Co.
Dennis Krymuza

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