TEENAGER'S COTTAGE * 154
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Problem
If a teenager's place in the home does not reflect his need for a measure of independence, he will be locked in conflict with his family.
Solution
To mark a child's coming of age, transform his place in the home into a kind of cottage that expresses in a physical way the beginnings of independence. Keep the cottage attached to the home, but make it a distinctly visible bulge, far away from the master bedroom, with its own private entrance, perhaps its own roof.
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