"When it comes to houses less than 25 feet wide, facades are deceiving: Savvy architecture makes the interiors feel airy, even spacious." --Details, March 2011
"The Kate Mosses of residential design... Clearly, six metres - the widest measure that defines "narrow front" - is all that's really needed." --Azure, February 2011
About the Author
Avi Friedman is a world-renowned architect and director of the Affordable Homes Program at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has served on the National Housing Research Committee of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.