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Houses for Small Spaces by Gary Takle
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Houses for Small Spaces

by Gary Takle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0980831482, Paperback)

With many cities around the globe bursting at the seams, town planners are creating smaller lot sizes. As a result, architects and designers are pushing the boundaries of available space. In this book we look at some of these solutions with the aim of helping the reader to think outside the square and create a house that is both aesthetically inspiring, as well as practical. In this exciting book we reveal just what is achievable within a smaller footprint and prove that architectural innovation knows no limits.

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With many cities around the globe bursting at the seams, town planners are creating smaller lot sizes. As a result, architects and designers are pushing the boundaries of available space.

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