Great spaces small houses

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Gingko, 2005 - Architecture - 256 pages
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One of the greatest challenges facing contemporary architects is how to turn a small space into a comfortable dwelling in which the lack of space is not perceived. This book shows how some of the world's most respected architects approach the problem of restricted space and how they have succeeded in creating amazingly stimulating environments. Small Houses Great Space, comprised of 30 illustrated case studies of small houses efficiently designed to maximize their limited space contains thorough information on every aspect of the design process from the ground up and in-depth technical commentary on each project contributed by the architects themselves. An excellent cross sample of new small houses from all over the world from several leading names in architectures, this new survey is an indispensable sourcebook for architects, designers and students.

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Contents

Cell Space Architects gg Gray Organschi
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Robert Oshatz Dick van Gameren Bjarne Mastenbroek
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Markus Wespi
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