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The architect designed the building in an X formation, with two main modular structures united by a passageway. The living and sleeping areas were placed at opposite ends of the space to allow for privacy and “to allow the children to continue their auton

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Originally appeared in Modular Retreat
on March 17, 2010
The architect designed the building in an X formation, with two main modular structures united by a passageway. The living and sleeping areas were placed at opposite ends of the space to allow for privacy and “to allow the children to continue their auton
The architect designed the building in an X formation, with two main modular structures united by a passageway. The living and sleeping areas were placed at opposite ends of the space to allow for privacy and “to allow the children to continue their autonomous relationship with their parents on their way to self-reliance,” he notes.

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