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09:35AM | 06/17/18
We are looking at building our home this time around. We have a list of things we want, and a longer list of what we don't want.

A few years ago I read an article on a home built with the 'central utility' construction practice. All utilities were run in a column in the interior of the home. The article was in Dwell magazine, but I don't know which issue and the publisher is no help.

From what I have been able to find in addition to the Dwell article, the design originated in the 1950s or 60s. And that is it, only a paper describing this theory. No model homes mentioned. I can't even find plans.

Any help with identifying the Dwell issue or other materials is appreciated.

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