If I ever have another house it would be more along the lines of what Le Corbusier's plan is. His is a design as far away from the Victorian aesthetic as possible. Instead of living in a house that needs constant maintenance and remodeling it would be free of ornamentation and excess. His quote that "a house is a machine for living in" is apt.

http://quazen.com/arts/architecture/...for-living-in/


To tie this to the workshop homework, which is 5 Churches in 5 days, I started to think about what is the architectural background on the churches, who designed and built them. Since I don't have a list of them before hand I can only ponder the question, later I can review what I've seen and see how they fit into what I know about architecture.