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Mini-Project: Find Your Dream Home

For this weeks project, we're collecting images of GOOD readers' dream homes. What do you got?


Did you hear about this (very rich) guy in India who just built a $1 billion house? It's 27 stories tall and has room for 160 cars. We're not sure that's our ideal living environment, but it did get us thinking: What is our dream home? What is your dream home?

You might be interested in living in an iconic piece of architecture like Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Fallingwater house. Maybe you want to live in a house from the movies. Maybe you want something super-efficient like that awesome, tiny 24-room Hong Kong apartment. Or maybe you want some really crazy retro-futuristic thing, like the one above. Your options are limited only by your dreams.


How to Participate:

1. Find (or create) an image of your dream home.

2. Email the image to us at projects[at]goodinc[dot]com or send it to us on Twitter.

3. Send it to us by 3:00 p.m. PST. Sooner, if you can.

At 4:00 p.m. PST, we'll publish the best 10 pictures that come in, or maybe more, and we'll all be primed for some weekend home-improvement projects.

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