|Other author/creator||Bregman, Neil.|
|Other author/creator||Jeans, Katherine A.|
|Other author/creator||Laewen, Michael.|
|Other author/creator||Larcoque, Holly.|
|Other author/creator||Sound Venture Productions (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||Barry Hobin Architect.|
|Other author/creator||Life Line Network.|
|Other author/creator||Home by Design Television, Inc.|
|Other author/creator||Films for the Humanities (Firm)|
||Title from videocassette label: Residential architecture: applied function and form
||The spread of suburban housing has given rise to a neo-traditionalism, an attempt to capture the look and feel of a small town in a suburban environment. This video examines the Prince Charles ̕project in Poundbury, England, a Seaside, Florida waterfront community, a unique housing subdivision in Markham, Ontario, and a bedroom community of Calgary, Alberta, all examples of neo-traditionalism.
|General note||Videocassette release of a television program.|
|Credits||Director of photography, Michael Tien ; editors, Harry Ferderber, Cheryl Gadoury ; music, David Campbell.|
||Host, Holly Larocque.
||Home by design (Television program)
|Publisher number||FFH 30657 Films for the Humanities & Sciences|