Small Houses go Big Time. Oregonian article.
Excerpt: ”There’s more to small than size,” says Seattle-area architect Ross Chapin, who specializes in designing small-home “pocket neighborhoods.” “There’s a shift in attitude that is real personal — realizing what is enough,” he says. “When you can shift your attitude that way, you can save thousands of dollars in yearly expenses.” And, in the process, be on the way to living sustainably.”
Despite the slightly awkward translation, this is a pretty interesting little essay on the advent of the linear perspective and its influence on art, Christianity, modern technical drawings and astronomy.
Galileo’s drawings of the phases of the moon.