Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset

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Urban Land Institute, 2005 - Architecture - 126 pages
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This lavishly illustrated book describes the development of 15 affordable housing projects, designed by some of the nation's most gifted architects. It shows how affordable housing can be durable, environmentally sensitive, comfortable, attractive, and economical to maintain.

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Contents

Preface vii
3
Affordable Housing Today by Nicolas Retsinas
25
Case Studies
42
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This book was written by Adrienne Schmitz, a director at the Urban Land Institute, the leading real estate and land use education and research institute in the world, in conjunction with The National Building Museum, which has mounted a travelling exhibit on affordable housing design.

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