Safe as houses

“Because of a collective understanding of this rich history and the social adhesive of the atypical housing the occupants seem to be very well acquainted with each other: neighbours share compost heaps, invitations, produce, and preserves. The sense of community the gully generates seems to persuade people to spend their entire lives here.”

Read this article about planning housing development in Wellington, New Zealand in full at…

Capital Magazine Source: Safe as houses – Capital Magazine

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