Our lifestyles are diversifying, and our ways of living and working are also changing. We live in multiple locations and work remotely. The character of collective housing, which tends to reflect society, may also be entering a period of change. This issue presents eighteen diverse projects – including a capsule hotel, cooperative garden, college dormitory, and shared house – that explore the meanings of “collectivity” and “living” today, all of which address the possibilities that emerge in spaces and programmes, in order to raise the basic question of what collective housing will be like in the future. With work by Go Hasegawa, Kengo Kuma, Sou Fujimoto, Hiroyuki Ito, and more.