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    HOUSE BY SCHINDLER

    In his 1926 article, "Care of the Body," in the Los Angeles Times, Rudolf Schindler describes the house of the future: "Our rooms will descend close to the ground, and the garden will become an integral part of the house. The distinction between the indoors and the out-of-doors will disappear. The walls will be few, thin, and removable. All rooms will become parts of an organic unit instead of being small separate boxes with peep-holes."

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    JOAN GOODY INTERVIEW

    Joan E. Goody, FAIA is the recipient of the 2005 Boston Society of Architects Award of Honor, in recognition of her contributions to the profession and to the community. As principal of Goody Clancy, she has directed a wide range of academic, public, commercial, residential, and preservation projects. She was chair of the Boston Civic Design Commission from 1995 to 2005 and now serves on the faculty of the Mayor's Institute for City Design. Here she tells her story in conversation with Rebecca Barnes. — Editor

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