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The Last McMansion?

Posted by Matt Power, Editor-In-Chief

May 26, 2014 12:30:00 PM

THE TREND TOWARD LIVING LARGE in the suburbs has finally begun to reverse. In 100 years, the only trace of these suburban abominations will be found in museums and holgrammatic scapbooks. The shortlived era of the McMansion is ending, along with suburbia itself.

That's just one of the many eco-topian futurist predictions to be found in The Celestia Project, a year-long campaign by Green Builder magazine to break the cycle of dystopian thinking--and encourage positive action toward healthier lifestyles, restoring biodiversity, and learning to love living in cities. CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE.

Celestia Museum The Last McMansion Last Hurrah. The huge houses of the early 21st Century will soon become embarassing oddities of the past. (CLICK IMAGE TO ZOOM) Image: Kip Ayers, The Celestia Project

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