“I’ve been playing with the idea of finding ways of building on unbuildable land.
The term unbuildable land typically refers to property located in a place with a lot of code restrictions. There probably are places that you’d be hard-pressed to build a house too, like a cliff or lake bottom, but even in those extreme locations, I bet there are people clever enough to pull those feats of engineering.
So for the sake of argument, lets say that most unbuildable land is ‘unbuildable‘ because of some rule, regulation, or requirement that other humans have placed on the community.
I’ve been using California Pines, a giant failed subdivision in the remote northeast corner of California, as a basis for this design exploration…”
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