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|1||Different Times, Different Homes||3|
|4||From Campus to Sites||55|
|5||Buying Their First Homes||72|
|6||Making It Their Own||91|
|7||The Grow Home of the Future||108|
|8||La Casa a la Carta||128|
|9||Small Is Green||147|
|10||Neighbourhoods with a Sense of Scale||157|
Posted April 10, 2002
Avi Friedman brings us his decade plus of research in a classic architectural form - the rowhouse. Rejected for many years, the rowhouse has found its champion in Mr. Friedman's, 'The Grow Home'. His book is exhaustive on the search, analysis, and eventual building of this rediscovered architectural form. The writing does not make for light reading, but I do appreciate the wealth of facts presented by Mr. Friedman. Intellectually, one gets the feeling for 'The Grow Home', but the quality of the graphics and photographs let the book down. I look forward to a sequel.
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Posted October 26, 2008
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