Re: attached vs detached
From: James Kacki (jimkackimts.net)
Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2007 13:03:19 -0700 (PDT)
I was eliciting comparisons between attached coho apt. type housing with
detached 'village style coho, NOT coho vs suburban isolation, as your note seems to suggest.
James

em_genuity [at] yahoo.com wrote:
> Hello, I have never blogged' and don't live in co-housing, but am
> interested in it. But my thought is, if you are choosing co ho, you
> probably have to be okay with honestly facing interpersonal conflict,
> even if you don't know the neighbors all that well, the housing jusy
> seems set up for More real life encounters, for better or worse, so
> to speak. Is that most co ho's experience, that it can be more messy
> but if you face it it's much more rewarding than suburban isolation!?
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> Thanks,
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> e.e.
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> On Jul 2, 2007, at 2:07 PM, James Kacki wrote:
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>> Does being so close cause interpersonal or societal conflicts that
>> might not arise in detached housing.  (I understand the green
>> (environmental) and energy advantages of single building
>> construction, but this question is about the interpersonal
>> implications). Anyone in that type of co-housing care to comment?
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