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Posted by  D.J. Brown on December 12, 2002 at 09:35:48:

In Reply to:  what r the major problems in todays housing???? posted by anu on December 12, 2002 at 06:03:33:

in canada, where i am living at this moment... many houses in the suburbs all have the garage at the front, and the rest of the house hidden in the back,,with huge trees and landscape covering the house.

I hate this concept.. i know it is a bit difficult to hide garages,, especially with some of my neighbours having 3, 4, 5! cars.
Houses that are half a million dollars and up, are covered by 30 $ trees, where the only thing that is visable is garages..everywhere!

there is nothing pleasing about a garage, we store junk, store cars, and they usually create the mess that we end up cleaning.
in past studio work,, i have tried to hide garages
i was thinking of this subject to be my thesis.. when ever i get to it...

 
 
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