Fwd: NPR.org - Not A Group House, Not A Commune: Europe Experiments With Co-Housing
From: David Heimann (heimann.davidgmail.com)
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2015 19:00:49 -0800 (PST)
Hello Everyone,

        My relative forwarded this NPR piece on cohousing in Europe.
Evidently the author doesn't know about cohousing either in Denmark or
here in the USA.  Equally ironic is the first comment, who talks about
impromptu cohousing in Washington, DC, without being aware of Takoma
Village and its DC siblings!

        Nonetheless, some folks on the other side of the pond have
come up with some interesting ideas!

Cheers,
David

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Subject: NPR.org - Not A Group House, Not A Commune: Europe
Experiments With Co-Housing
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NPR

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House, Not A Commune: Europe Experiments With Co-Housing

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Message: A facebook friend mentioned this.  It looks like the NPR
author is not aware of co-housing in the US.


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Not A Group House, Not A Commune: Europe Experiments With Co-Housing
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>From urban high-density housing to rural communal living, Europeans
are using the principle of co-housing -- in which neighbors share space
and resources, depending on their needs.

LINK: 
http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2015/02/16/385528919/not-a-group-house-not-a-commune-europe-experiments-with-co-housing



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