The Suburban Loft

Reblogged from Archinect, Sunday’s the New York Times looks at the phenomenon of the suburban loft. The spread of this building type from city core into countryside is further evidence that with urban life now accessible, at least to some degree, everywhere, anytime, both city and country are slowly converging into exurbia. Karrie Jacobs wrote about this in more depth in a 1994 Metropolis article titled “I am the Uncool Hunter.”

Reblogged from Archinect, Sunday’s the New York Times looks at the phenomenon of the suburban loft. The spread of this building type from city core into countryside is further evidence that with urban life now accessible, at least to some degree, everywhere, anytime, both city and country are slowly converging into exurbia. Karrie Jacobs wrote about this in more depth in a 1994 Metropolis article titled “I am the Uncool Hunter.”

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