|CHUCK AND KATIE||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Mac Thomson (ganeshrmi.net)|
|Date: Fri, 18 Apr 1997 09:42:28 -0500|
Hot damn. We just this week (after 18 months of searching) reached an agreement on the purchase of some beautiful land for our dream community. Now we move into the fun work of design, development, and county approval. Yes I did say ³fun² and I know that from the posts I¹ve seen here, maybe ³arduous² or something even worse would be more appropriate, but for now let me have my rosy misconception. I¹m too happy to care. One thing that I¹ve never noticed too much of on this list is a discussion of Chuck and Katie¹s work. I remember a couple of posts over the years in support of it, but never a real no-holds-barred discussion. I¹d imagine that they must be the preeminent cohousing architects in the country and I¹d like to know what people think of them that have worked with them. I realize that this gets a bit personal, but we¹re an open and honest bunch of folks and this is an issue of great development importance, no? We do plan on using them, BTW. What are their strengths and weaknesses? What would you do differently in your work with them if you had it to do over again? What worked particularly well or was particularly fun? -- Mac Thomson San Juan Cohousing ganesh [at] rmi.net Durango, Colorado "Courage is grace under pressure." - Ernest Hemingway -- Where the energy level has increased about sixfold fueled by the grace of 330 acres of majestic Ponderosa, sublime Juniper & Pinon,and pastoral irrigated meadows. (We¹ll only be able to ultimately afford about 140 acres so we¹ll divest ourselves of the rest.)
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