Pathways Cohousing

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Built in 2000, Pathways Cohousing is a 24-unit cohousing community on a 46-acre wooded site. The housing units are situated in three clusters with a common house at the apex of this clover leaf plan.

The buildings were sited and designed for solar access and energy-efficiency. Materials and systems were selected to minimize ecological impact and maximize indoor air quality. The homes were designed on an intimate scale, with front porches providing a welcoming bridge between the community and private realm.

In collaboration with Laura Fitch and Margo Jones Architects.