That's not a bad idea, actually.
There was a book titled "Websites that Suck", written to be a web
designer's handbook of things to avoid (even tho' few people seem to have
Anyhoo, it seems to me that a book in a similar vein about 'House Design
Dos and Don'ts' would be marketable. You should look into doing it ;) !
They're not as "dysfunctional" as a lot of places I've been in, or looked
at floorplans of, while house-hunting - a lot of them have so many random
nooks and crannies (resulting from the geegawgery of the exterior design
and/or roof arrangement) that it makes it difficult to figure out how to
even put furniture into the rooms. Also, it might be arguable that, since
a sphere is the most efficient design in terms of maximizing volume while
minimizing surface area, a hemishperical structure might allow for minimal
heating/cooling costs (since less surface area means slower thermal
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