Princeton Architectural Press
By Peggy Tully, editor
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Modern American Housing brings together the most
enlightened thinkers from the worlds of architecture,
social practice, and real estate development to
present the latest developments in the design and
construction of new housing stock in re-urbanizing
cities throughout the United States. New housing
is grouped into three sections—housing towers,
reused historical structures, and urban infill—and
documented with photographs, pre-construction
renderings, floor plans, and maps indicating location
in urban settings. An accompanying essay and a
discussion with urban planners, architects, and
policymakers round out this fresh look at the past
and future of the American house.
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