These entries present ideas about how buildings, cities, and landscapes can be made into better places for humans. Humane Design is published by Jeremy Fretts, and is committed to "improving the human habitat." Jeremy Fretts is a designer and project architect at Niles Bolton Associates, and a member of the Congress for New Urbanism.    RSS/XML

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Housing the homeless + Bungalow courts = WIN!

I'm a big fan of California's tradition of building bungalows around a courtyard (aka "Mews"), especially popular in the 1920s.  Architecture firm Modative just won a competition for converting derelict bungalows into housing for the homeless.  What a fantastic idea! Congratulations to Modative and their interdisciplinary team.