Gallery: David Hill and In Situ Studios Propose Gorgeous Affordable All...

There are many things to love about the slow-paced, old fashioned South, but zoning laws are not one of them. Raleigh, North Carolina is overflowing with recent graduates and young professionals that cannot afford homes that are required to be a certain minimum size. Thankfully, North Carolina designers David Hill and In Situ Studio are working on a proposal to create tiny prefab homes in the alleyways of the historic city. The beautifully designed eco-home zone called "RA-50" or "Alley Residential" is not only flexible and affordable for inhabitants, but also offers a price break for land owners and reduces the city's carbon footprint.

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  1. M. Swail April 21, 2014 at 10:35 am

    Where is the kitchen?

  2. Sidnia Soto December 22, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    Great idea, I live in NJ and housing is horrible, would like something like this project in my area.

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