Gallery: Architects Reimagine the American Suburb for MoMA’s ‘Foreclose...

The Museum of Modern Art’s new exhibit, “Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream,” addresses our nation’s recent challenge of foreclosed homes in our downtrodden economy. The exhibition showcases five architectural teams' solutions to five site-specific neighborhoods across the country which have been greatly affected by foreclosure. Inhabitat was on hand for the press preview to examine the advantages of these proposed solutions which combine affordable housing, community, home ownership, and sustainability. The sites were chosen for their foreclosure rates and amount of publicly held land available, and they were redesigned with regards to The Buell Hypothesis, which seeks to transform the design of suburban America.

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