|Re: Common House||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Buzz Burrell (buzzdiac.com)|
|Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 13:14:07 -0500|
On 10/14/98 9:20 AM Mac Thompson wrote: >So if a person doesn't need to use a specific common resource for an >activity and if the activity isn't a group activity, it won't happen >much in a common facility. That's why I think that reading rooms and >meditation rooms in common houses don't tend to get used much. Those >tend to be private activities that don't require a special common >resource. > >Any thoughts on this theory? Hi Mac; I've always presumed the same as you. Furthermore, I've also noticed a Common House quirk that I'd like to bring up: Why is there such a big emphasis on DINNER? It seems like a lot of building and trouble for a relatively infrequent activity. Personally, I recreate, work, dance, garden, and then eat whenever I get around to it, so I've been inputting my lifestyle into our CH programming in hopes of a design/function that encourages my activities. For example, we have a small group, but we are constructing a Home Theater in our CH. I believe this is really going to draw people in, while also being economically efficient. Buzz Burrell Geneva Community Boulder, CO
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