Homes are clustered around a shared outdoor commons and infrastructure. The proposal provides niche urban market housing at construction costs of $100,000 per unit, excluding site work.
Governed by historic codes, the elevations feature dark wood cladding and white accents to emphasize frontages; some homes face the green.
Some of the models stack living spaces on the second floor. Others could be built as live/work units, or ground-level living areas with a second-story loft for the grandkids.
The three varying prototypes, each with a private indoor-outdoor space, are a typological study of the gable.