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The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live
This best-seller was met with an extraordinary response when it was published in 1998. In it, visionary architect Sarah Susanka embraced the notion of smaller, simpler shelters that better meet the needs of the way we live today. The book created a groundswell of interest among homeowners, architects, and builders. More than 200 photographs bring the spirit of the "Not So Big" house alive.85% (19)
When describing a favorite room in the house, do you find yourself using terms such as "expansive," "formal," and "spacious"--a marble foyer or a formal dining room perhaps? Or do the words "cozy," "intimate," and "warm" come to mind--a cheery little breakfast nook or a window seat complete with plenty of pillows and a breathtaking view? More than likely, you--like thousands of other homeowners--are drawn to the more personal spaces in your home, where comfort, beauty, and efficiency meet. In The Not So Big House, respected architect Sarah Susanka and coauthor Kira Obolensky address our affinity for the "smaller, more personal spaces" and propose "clear, workable guidelines for creating homes that serve both our spiritual needs and our material requirements." The heart of the not-so-big house--which is not "just a small house ... [but] a smaller house," that uses "less space to give greater quality of life," and is designed to not only "accommodate the lifestyles of its occupants" but also to express "our values and our personalities," is discussed in chapter 1, entitled "Bigger Isn't Better." Susanka's urging for homeowners to get creative with their space as well as loads of ideas to encourage that creativity are covered in "Rethinking the House" and "Making Not So Big Work." Discussions of specific needs, such as a home for one and designing for kids, can be found in "Lifestyles of the Not So Rich and Famous," while "Dreams, Details, and Dollars" gets down to the nuts and bolts of the operation, looking at quality versus quantity, budgeting, and what "low end," "middle ground," and "high end" really mean in home design and construction. Lastly, the authors look at the home of the future, which involves simplifying, recycling, reducing waste, and using energy-efficient construction. With more than 200 color photographs, as well as floor plans and Susanka and Obolensky's intelligent and lively dialogue, The Not So Big House is perfect for homeowners ready to rethink their space. --Stefanie Hargreaves
Bluegreen Wilderness Club at Big Cedar 2 Bedroom Floor Plan
Bluegreen Wilderness Club at Big Cedar resort in Ridgedale, Missouri offers 2 bedroom presidential units as seen in this floor plan.Bluegreen | Lake Condominiums at Big Sky 3 Bedroom Floor Plan
Bluegreen’s Lake Condominiums at Big Sky resort in Big Sky, Montana offers 3 bedroom loft units as seen in this floor plan.
International pressing of the 2007 compilation from the late great Rap superstar features one bonus track: 'Nasty Girl' (feat Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge and Avery Storm). Released to coincide with the 10th Anniversary of Biggie's death. Hailed by many as the greatest MC of all time, the Notorious B.I.G. was Bad Boy Records' flagship artist. This 17-track compilation honors the extraordinary life and career of the late, great Hip-Hop legend. The album features tracks spanning Biggie Smalls' prolific, all-too-brief career, as well as two previously unreleased cuts. Warner. 2007.Similar posts:
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