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The co-living "Murate Community", located in the former prison complex and Benedictine convent of Le Murate in Florence, offers accommodation to students and women in need, with the aim of breaking down social barriers and encouraging mutual aid between two communities. This common space offers several dining rooms and lounges, as well as a kitchen to share moments of daily life together, to make encounters and to create real community values in a very natural atmosphere with materials such as leather, wood and polished concrete.



Like a sophisticated dormitory, co-living offers two different living units: individual and family. The apartments all look the same, in a soft, white and light wood decor, offering a living room, work space, small kitchenette, bathroom, and one or two bedrooms depending on the unit chosen.
It will offer housing to students and women in need (with or without children), creating a mixed community that breaks down social barriers and provides mutual benefit.



A daycare center with peaceful and pastel decoration will provide the freedom for the women residing in the co-living, to leave their child there if they have some, and thus to facilitate their social reinsertion.