Narrow Houses: New Directions in Efficient Design

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Since the beginning of the housing boom of the 1950s, the size of the average North American house has steadily grown while the size of the average family has decreased. Today, a growing number of homebuyers seeking smaller, more efficient residential designs are rediscovering a centuries old housing prototype: the narrow house. Measuring twenty-five-feet wide or less, these "infill" or "skinny" houses, as they are often called, are on the rise in cities and suburbs around the world. The benefits of building small and ...

Narrow Houses: New Directions in Efficient Design 2010, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781568988733

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