|Cohousing Getting Mainstream||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: psproefrock (psproefrockntsource.com)|
|Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 11:11:45 -0600|
Hi, all-- I came across an article in the February 1999 issue of AIArchitect stating that the AIA is collecting resource information about housing, including "new initiatives." This article was accompanied by two illustrations of cohousing communities (Ecovillage, at Ithaca, and the Delray Beach community) The article cites other resources that may be interesting/useful to cohousers, including "articles...'The New Politics of Urban Sprawl,' by Timothy Egan, _New York Times_, and 'Reinventing the Lakefront,' by Blair Kamin, _Chicago Tribune_, and books such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's new _Building Innovation for Home Ownership._" The HUD book was actually the source for the two cohousing illustrations. I take it as a positive sign to see that both HUD and the AIA are presenting cohousing in such a light. Philip Proefrock
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