It's kind of funny that their view of the future ended up coming to fruition in the 70s but was largely reversed in the 80s through the 00s. The American dream home remains a lovely colonial with an acre of land and a white picket fence. That image is largely unchanged. Interesting that the style of home built in the 50s and 60s is much more "futuristic" than most being built today. There are entire neighborhoods of these 70s eyesores. We largely have pretty standard home structures. My house was built in 1935 and the house around the corner was built in 2003. They look nearly identical.
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