A couple of days ago, Jeff Speck himself -- architect, planner, former Director of Design for the National Endowment for the Arts, and co-author of the Smart Growth Manual -- graciously sent us some photos of his residence. It is a "flatiron" building on an acutely triangular lot, so it is not as prototypical as most of the buildings we aim to feature on this website. However, it is a small attached urban building, and it is full of many lessons for townhouse designers. So we uploaded them to the TownhouseCenter group/photo pool on Flickr. Check out the set here! How does its design respond to that of its neighboring buildings? How does it accomplish circulation -- vertical and horizontal -- in an efficient way? If you have images of townhouses -- photos or drawings -- upload them to Flickr, join the TownhouseCenter group, and add them to our photo pool for all to enjoy!