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The Supernuclear Directory
aka the Table of Contents
Our guide to coliving is divided into “The Hard Stuff” and “The Soft Stuff.” The Hard Stuff will appeal to the left side of your brain: Legal and financial structures, finding property etc. The Soft Stuff will tickle the right side of your brain: Managing conflict, decision-making, etc.
We solemnly vow to leave no side of your brain untickled.
We’re also including a series of case studies to help you understand how individual communities run.
= On the newsstand: Articles we’ve written =
Opening remarks from the editors
Directory of coliving communities:
The Hard Stuff
Co-buying property with friends (long, detailed post!)
The Soft Stuff
Case studies of communities:
The story of RGB (11-person rented house in San Francisco)
The story of Radish (12-person co-owned compound in Oakland)
The story of Gramercy House (5-person rented house in NYC)
The story of Rabbithole (7-person rented house in San Francisco)
The story of Bauhaus (5-person rented apartment in Oakland)
The story of Ski Cult (17 person ephemeral community in Taos, NM)
The story of Clarens Commons (7-person co-owned house in Toronto, CA)
The story of Postel (56 person sharehouse in Tel Aviv, Israel)
The story of Whale House (6 bedroom house in Maui, Hawaii)
Case Study: The Village (14 adult, 4 kid multigenerational home in San Francisco)
The Story of Feÿtopia (a ~40 person seasonal community in Burgundy, France)
The Story of Sage House (9 bedroom house in Highland Park, Los Angeles)
The Story of Ashley & Cody’s (3 bedroom house in Durham, NC)
The Story of Moos (a 28-bedroom residence in Berlin, Germany)
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Thanks to our generous readers who have opted for a paid subscription, we are happy to compensate people who contribute articles to Supernuclear. We’ll pay $100 for the first submission per author, and another $200 if we decide to publish it (we can’t promise we will publish everything). A few things we’re looking for:
Case study of your community (we’ll give you a template!)
Design porn: Pinterest board of your space
Interesting experiments you’ve run in your coliving communities
Downfalls: Did you coliving community face-plant epically? Tell us about it so others don’t make the same mistakes.
Anything else you feel passionate about sharing
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