Non-Profit Builds First Autism Community Housing

Non-Profit Builds First Autism Community Housing

Tara Bellucci
Feb 25, 2013

Just outside of Sonoma town center, a new development has opened. It's not for the vineyard tourists; Sweetwater Spectrum is a community for adults with autism, built with careful attention to minimizing unnecessary stimuli. The three-acre site will house 16 residents total. With high demand, the organization is looking for the best way to replicate Sweetwater.  

In other news, fund a sleek dock for your Macbook, and would you move a Frank Lloyd Wright house to Italy to save it? See the headlines after the jump.

• The First Housing Community For Autistic Adults Has An Organic Garden, A Greenhouse, And Hot Tubs | Co.Exist
• Kickstarting: A Super-Simple MacBook Dock, From Richard Sapper’s Sons | Co.Design
• Die-Hard Fan Wants To Save Frank Lloyd Wright House By Moving It To Italy | Architizer

(Image: via Co.Exist)

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