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Old entrance hall

7 shortcomings of the contemporary residential entrance

In a time of constant innovation, is it not surprising that residential building entrances have not changed over the last fifty years? The current systems do not communicate with one another - separate letterboxes, doorbell panel, intercom in the apartments, many keys and locks and a price tag between £900 and £1,350 per apartment. Yet despite this considerable investment, the entrance no longer meets the needs of residents.

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Yust

Construction tailored to millennials

The number of young starters in large cities is rising. Project developers are increasingly incorporating the changing needs of this growing group of millennials into their work. In April 2017, construction started on YUST (Young Urban Style), an Antwerp housing project that effortlessly combines sustainability, sharing economy, and neighbourhood integration. In this blog post, you'll read all about how more communal spaces, (electric) car sharing, and a Bringme Box put this vision into practice.

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Leo Van Broeck

How future-proof is Bringme?

Our way of living has changed drastically over the last 20 years, and to ensure sustainability and relieve pressure on mobility, we’ll have to do a lot of things differently. We spoke to Flemish Government Architect Leo Van Broeck about the most trailblazing developments of today and tomorrow, and the role that organisations such as Bringme play in living 2.0.

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Bringme in London

Why student accommodation Liberty Plaza can no longer go without the Bringme Box

Students these days know the digital world like the back of their hand. It’s not surprising that they’re big on online ordering. And it’s definitely not surprising that the most active Bringme users are… students. What is it that draws them to Bringme? We went to student accommodation Liberty Plaza in the heart of London, to ask two of its residents this question.

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