Multi-family housing: the art of sharing
Multi-family housing is acknowledged as a complex residential building type. The architect's design must foster a sense of comunity in an urban setting, while also accomodating the need for a resident's individual space. This new volume documents more than 30 multi-family housing projects from around North America in full-colour photography accompanied by descriptive text. These multi-family projects represent some of the latest design trends in high-density living.
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AUTHORS PREFACE 6 BERNAL GATEWAY 86 PARKVlEW SENlOR APARTMENTS 150
PlERCE ELEVATED 56 PARK WEST 132 JOHNSON STREET TOWNHOMES
SUMMlT RESlDENCE HALLS AND COURT 66 15WADDELL 140 THE SlENA
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