Adele Peters 02.03.16 6:00 AM For over a decade, architecture students at Rural Studio, Auburn University's design-build program in a tiny town in West Alabama, have worked on a nearly impossible problem. How do you design a home that someone living below the poverty line can afford, but that anyone would want—while also providing a living wage for the local construction team that builds it?
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This is a Texas Barndominium, yes really! Built by W.D Metal Buildings of Pleasanton, Tx. Worth checking out. Love the interior and exterior architectural elements of this structure and it very practical application to a lower cost home design.