marina phillips wrote:
So, with that in mind, I have the idea that a community of people might be better able to tolerate living together if they were sharing a house that was thoughtfully designed to accommodate the needs of the group and the individual.
There are many benefits of people sharing the same roof (see other thread). But how to offer genuinely private AND productive public space for the dwellers? I think that people are turned off by is the "lack of privacy" in house-shares, but I don't think that has to be part and parcel to sharing a house, if the house were designed properly.
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