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Author: Alex Daniell

Alex Daniell is a designer and builder of small residential structures. He has owned and redesigned six houses, and built several more. He has visited over 30 intentional communities, and lived for two years at the Walnut Street Co-op in Eugene. He consults as a financial advisor and belongs to the Wordos, a science fiction and fantasy writers group.

Articles by Alex Daniell include:

  • The Meandering Paths of Arcadia (Issue # 136)
  • Opportunity Village Eugene: Pioneering New Solutions for the (Formerly) Homeless (Issue #162)

Opportunity Village Eugene: Pioneering New Solutions for the (Formerly) Homeless

Posted on May 15, 2014 by
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An innovative self-governing village lifts spirits while modeling new ways to address homelessness.

The Meandering Paths of Arcadia

Posted on September 7, 2007 by
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Builder and old-house renovator Alex Daniell fell in love with the charming, old-world village atmosphere of 8-year-old Arcadia Cohousing. He asks Giles Blunden, the group’s architect, how he did it.

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