Recession Could Bring Big Change in What Consumers Demand in New Homes
So, this is really a very relevant and fascinating topic---the change in choice of house typology as a result of the change in the economy. But...
"There is actually a pattern of building out there that is called manor houses," she said. From the front, they look like traditional houses, with a single entry. But the structure may incorporate two to five homes within, with separate entries tucked away on the sides of the building. "It's been found to be a way of putting affordable housing into an area," McAlester said.
But wait a minute---"manor houses" as a new typology? Please give me specific examples.