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|From: Lydia & Ray Ducharme (ducharm1cadvision.com)|
|Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 19:25:41 -0700 (MST)|
I think a lot of cohousers are woo woo thinkers! ;-) Lydia Ducharme WholeLife Housing Calgary, Canada ----- Original Message ----- From: <PattyMara [at] aol.com> To: Multiple recipients of list <cohousing-l [at] freedom2.mtn.org> Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2000 2:15 PM Subject: Re: housing options- diverse can work > In a message dated 2/14/00 11:24:19 PM marchpower [at] worldnet.att.net writes: > > << With all the attention spent > on creating a wonderful Common House for community events and > activites...wouldn't it be odd to ignore the same issues of space, light, > and comfort in our individual homes? > >> > > A tried & true archival unit design would pay deep attention to space, light > and comfort. And if you start from such a place, then site-specific tweaking > could alter it to create a good fit for your location. > > Is everyone ready for some California woo-woo? I believe that the land we > choose to live on has both subtle rand resonant energy. Perhaps the land is > choosing us, rather than the other way around. All designs must take into > account the spirit of the place. A good site plan pays respect and attention > to these energies. > > Tried & true archival designs for common house and individual homes can be a > good starting point once a harmonious site plan is created. > > OK, woo-woo transmission complete. > > warmly, > Patty Mara Gourley > Tierra Nueva, Cen. CA Coast, ancient sand dunes, Chumash seasonal hunting and > gathering site, sage and lupine dune-meadow, eucalyptus forest, organic > avocado orchard, new zealand spinach sprawl and most recently, cohousing > community. >
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