Multi-Family Housing: The Art of Sharing
This work contains nearly 50 examples of the latest ideas and designs in the field of multi-family housing today. Drawn from throughout North America, these multi-family housing projects, presented in full-colour photographs and detailed drawings, show how living environments can be created that respond to local climate, culture and economic necessity. The projects range from affordable housing to luxury condominiums, and all display inventive, creative ways of making private as well as public space that can be shared within the community and neighbourhood at large. Essays by the author, Michael J. Crosbie, and multi-family housing architect Michael Pyatok consider the expressive and ingenious ways of making houses. -- Product Description.
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