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Suburban Flight

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It’s become an all-too-familiar scenario all across America: A city’s downtown, once a thriving place to live and work, has slowly withered and become decrepit.
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  George Nelson's book Tomorrow's House, classic Neutra homes, and the contemporary architecture from the sunny state of California's all provided inspiration for Peter Bracher's personal Genesis Project.  Photo by: Juliana Sohn
    George Nelson's book Tomorrow's House, classic Neutra homes, and the contemporary architecture from the sunny state of California's all provided inspiration for Peter Bracher's personal Genesis Project.

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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  The modern Bracher house stands out in the more traditional Fairgrounds neighborhood outside the Dayton, Ohio city center.  Photo by: Juliana Sohn
    The modern Bracher house stands out in the more traditional Fairgrounds neighborhood outside the Dayton, Ohio city center.

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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  The Brachers spend large amounts of time lounging in their courtyard spaces, as Peter demonstrates. "Whatever room you're in on the first floor, you're looking at some type of garden. That was the whole idea of the project," the architect explains.  Photo by: Juliana Sohn
    The Brachers spend large amounts of time lounging in their courtyard spaces, as Peter demonstrates. "Whatever room you're in on the first floor, you're looking at some type of garden. That was the whole idea of the project," the architect explains.

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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  There's no lush lawn on the grounds of this long and narrow house, but the Brachers still made room for some greenery.  Photo by: Juliana Sohn
    There's no lush lawn on the grounds of this long and narrow house, but the Brachers still made room for some greenery.

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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