‘Curated Community Living’


From left: Anjali Khera, Global Community Curator, Anil Khera, Co-founder and CEO of Node-Living, and Ava Kilmartin, Irelands First Community Curator in Node Flagship Global Property in Dublin.

This afternoon.

25 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2

Node –  Ireland’s f;irst  curated community apartment living’ – opens its “flagship global property” .

Designed to bring a “diverse group of globally-minded creatives, professionals and entrepreneurs together to enjoy an authentic and higher quality shared-living experience”, Node has already opened Brooklyn, New York and London.

Pictured are artist Kady Berry (pic 3) and  Julie and Owen Mc Loughlin from Jando Design (pic 4).

Node Living

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27 thoughts on “‘Curated Community Living’

  1. qwerty123

    Around 1400 per month per person. Jaysus. Manhattan levels of rent. And Dublin is no New York.

    Includes wifi though, and smeg fridge.

  2. Not On Your Nelly

    That’s a lot of words and I’m still not sure what’s happening.

    Can I get free tea here?

  3. francis almond

    I got a ‘Jando’ print as a gift for someone who loves illustration from Jam Art. It turned out to be a rasterised photograph. I exchanged it for a Sketchy Ink print which are indeed illustrations. Just sayin!

    1. George

      That’s not what “rasterise” means. Did you not look at the print before you bought it? Just sayin.

      1. francis almond

        I did look at it online and it said it was an illustration. When It arrived on inspection it was a ‘rasterised’ or ‘vectorised’ photograph not an illustration as advertised (it was a photograph that had been passed through some kind of Photoshop filter or effect). Which is why I returned it and got something that was an illustration.

    1. LeopoldGloom

      other than the incorrect use of You’re!! Aargh, and I changed it from your for some reason.

      Runs away and weeps uncontrollably!

  4. Junkface

    Higher quality of living? Who’s doing the cleaning up? That’s the crux of EVERY shared home. Someone ends up cleaning more than the others.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Extremely impractical.

      I had one. I gave it up for a Hotpoint with a decent freezer with actual DRAWERS so that the entire contents of my freezer didn’t come tumbling out every time I opened the door.

  5. Tom

    This is actually a big story on the indo website. People pay extortionate money to live in a houseshare. Mad news.

  6. Otis Blue

    Christ, this looks insufferably grim.

    What type of simpleton needs “curated living”?

  7. civilian

    ‘curated living’ aka houseshare.
    Yay – living with strangers. sounds good!
    (introverts need not apply)

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