20087CotC-5139.tif | Joel Rogers Photography - Northwest Worldwide
Built Green Homes, Conover Commons, New Craftsman style cottages, by the Cottage Company, Linda Pruitt, Developer, Ross Chapin, Architect, Seattle area, Redmond, Washington State, Pacific Northwest, USA,.
Nevada City Cohousing - Nevada City, California
Nevada City Cohousing - Nevada City, California. Our community is built on an historical site, the world’s first hydraulic mining site of the 1860’s. We’ve taken an 11-acre piece of land that was formally a "brown field" and transformed it into our thriving, beautiful,"eco-friendly" home.
CoHousing in Asheville
The cohousing movement, a form of intentional community which began in Denmark, was brought to the United States in the 1980's. It has grown significantly over the years, and there is intention for exponential growth in the coming years. Cohousing in Asheville, a city with a variety of intentional community experiments, consists of only one…
The Cottage Company & Pocket Neighborhoods | The Estate of Things
Sitting inside on a rainy Saturday in North Carolina, I turned to one of my favorite sources for renovation inspiration, The Cottage Company. Environmentally conscious development is just one of the goals the Cottage Company pursues in each project. Â The...
In my neighborhood — and in Provo generally — an ongoing discussion is how to improve the area and fill it with families and others who will invest in the community. I'd argue that the best way to do that is to support economic programs that create jobs and development, and that also raise local…
More Modern Farmhouse Curb Appeal | Pencil Shavings Studio
I’m eating up these lazy warm days of early summer; we’ve been camped out at Carlton Landing all week and I never want to leave. It’s been a glorious few days and I’ve been busy photographing some real estate listings, taking care of orders for clients, that sort of thing — all interspersed with plenty...
Cohousing communities help prevent social isolation
Groups in Denmark and the U.S. are choosing to live in intentionally intergenerational communities, which emerged to strengthen social ties between aging seniors and their younger counterparts who are balancing work and family. People living in them say the model fosters an interdependent environment and helps everyone feel more comfortable with the process of getting older. NewsHour Weekend's Saskia de Melker reports.