In this project, we will model and visualise concepts for a new co-housing scheme for MUCH, Manchester urban co-housing and will help them develop some key marketing messages and materials for their website and for social media. The hope is that the material produced will attract people to the housing scheme from all around Manchester, people at the lower end of the age spectrum (50-60 years old) as well as attract people with disabilities, people of colour, LGBT people and men. Using some of the potential designs that MUCH has along with precedence of other co-housing schemes in the UK we will develop a design with a digital model which includes the key design principles MUCH wants to feature in their upcoming scheme. As well as story boards for potential residents which will include snapshots of their lives/ daily routines at the scheme and finally, lots of creative conceptual imagery and collages to represent the scheme in a fun and artistic way. We will prioritise the needs of the occupants for example social interaction, maintaining independence, support for developing needs and using materials and design layouts which generally create a pleasant place to live and spend free time. The live project will push for a deeper understanding of the necessities behind designing co-housing and designing with community ethos in mind, moving the project from simply an idea to a visual and realised concept.