The communitarian movement

Living and working together in community has become a global movement. Deciding on community, on living and working with like-minded people meets a widespread need to get out of a fairly comfortable but somewhat lonely life in favor of sharing more parts of one’s life with others.

In co-housing projects members own their own four walls but share outside spaces and facilities in common ownership, communes share everything with no private property and often little privacy. These two poles include everything in between allowing for infinite experimentation in new forms of living and working.