Science: Homes of the Future

The Review of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, contemplating U. S. housing, last week pictured the "houses of the future." Previewer was John Ely Burchard 2nd, of Boston, professional investigator of new methods and materials for building. He finds "the home of the poor man ... an economic paradox," pays no attention to the home of the rich man "who can afford to remodel anything to his personal desire."

Left is the house of "Mr. John Q. Averageman who comes to the city to work every day, who, around his detached house, has a little land...

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