|Review: Neighborhood for the 90's||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H Olson -- WB0YQM (FRED%JWHvx.cis.umn.edu)|
|Date: Tue, 26 Jan 93 12:46 CST|
Review: A Neighborhood for the 90's An article entitled "A Neighborhood for the 90's" by Andrew Nelson appears in the Jan-Feb 1993 issue of the periodical Special Report. Special Report is a slick magazine that is placed in Medical Office waiting rooms - Group Health in the Twin Cities has it for example. The 3 page article discusses Cohousing in a suportive but objective way using the Winslow Cohousing Group on Bainbridge Island for specific examples. Photos are more of people than of the architecture. It does present enough specifics about Winslow to be of interest to those already familiar with Cohousing as well as being an introduction to the idea. The article is one of three about housing alternatives (the others being "self built" and "small town"). The editors introduction to the articles refers to cohousing as "an upscale kibbutz". I've asked this before but will again; Is there anything in the U.S. that is self-described as a kibbutz? Fred (Internet: fred%jwh [at] vx.cis.umn.edu)
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